It was a long arduous journey for the stock market in Bangladesh to reach this level from the nascent stage in 1954. Along the way it saw many pluses and minuses. The Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC), a regulatory body for the stock market, came into being in 1993. Over the years it has taken a lot of measures to regulate the market. Fifteen such important measures have been presented here for the valued readers, easy perusal the capital market acts as an intermediary between savers and companies seeking additional funds for bussing expansion. A vibrant capital market supports the growth an economy. Making good use of the capital market at help optimize resource allocation and ensure sound development of the financial sector and the economy as a whole. Relaxed and flexible monetary policy, improved liquidity, the interest rate and rules about merchant bank loans for investors in the capital market are very crucial macroeconomic factors that come into play in ensuring a stable capital market. The first share market crash in 1996 was a big event in the capital market of Bangladesh. Unlike 1996 the stock market was far more expanded in 2O1O. So, many more factors came into play in the market crash in 2O10-11. After that market crash it was noticed that the price volatility continued into 2O12 before witnessing stability to some extent in 2013, though the confidence crisis still remained-When the stock market goes through its cycle, investors ride a roller-coaster of emotions-from excitement to depression. So it is important to stabilize the market, if investors' confidence is to be sustained. To achieve that end, it is also important to activate the over-the-counter (OTC) market and Bangladesh institute of Capital Market (BICM), ensure good governance, raise awareness of investors and also enhance market efficiency.