SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) regularly issues warnings to investors and other stakeholders about fraudulent activities in the stock market. These warnings are usually intended to alert investors to be careful when investing in certain stocks, as the stock may be subject to fraudulent activities.
SEBI warnings may also be issued to warn investors about potential scams and other types of fraudulent activities in the stock market. SEBI also warns investors about the potential risks associated with investing in certain stocks or in certain markets. SEBI’s warnings are typically issued through its website or through press releases.
SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) is the regulator of the securities market in India. It regularly issues warnings to investors and market intermediaries to be cautious while investing in the securities market.
Such warnings usually contain information about the risks associated with investing in the securities market and advise investors to be aware of any possible fraudulent activities or schemes. Investors are also advised to take all necessary precautions while investing in the securities market and to consult a qualified financial advisor before making any investment decisions.