There is nothing new if there are ups and downs in the share market because it is, after all, the very characteristic of stock brokering, but when fluctuations are too high and the market goes awe fully volatile, the risk factor for the traders assumes graver proportions. In such a condition, only expert traders, with enough of dexterity at their command in the field, are able to survive leaving the rest swooning and collapsing. Current market conditions are as such only. Share market is always highly vulnerable to even slightest possible movement at national or international level, be it in the field of politics, governance, general markets or any events that occur in the country and equally abroad. If there are heavy rains, the share market is affected, if there are no rains, there are upheavals there, and if there are changes at the top level in the government, the share market goes awe fully awry. If it is famine or drought or some other calamity, this market is the first to become a victim. Only experienced traders are the ones who can successfully foresee these eventually and transact business proficiently. For the rest, they should have necessary patience to wait and watch for the favourable developments before they go for necessary purchase or sale of their stock.