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What Is A Issue Price?

What Is A Issue Price? The price where a firm's shares are provided at first in the primary market is known as the Issue price. When they start to be exchanged (buy or sell in market), the market price might ...…

What Is Bear Market?

What Is Bear Market? [ad name="468x15- 5 link"] A bear market is happens when a major index encounters a drop of 20% or higher from the most recent high point. Beyond the price activity, a bear market has a ...…

Why Do I Need To Take Investment Risk?

Why Do I Need To Take Investment Risk? [ad name="468x15- 5 link"] While most evident when markets are falling, threat is ever-present. However, it’s not something you want to avoid totally because without risk, you won’t be able to grow your wealth sufficiently over ...…

Definition for Bond

Definition for Bond A bond is a debt security issued for a period of more than one year with the purpose of raising capital by borrowing. The bonds are sell by Federal government, cities, corporations, states and many ...…

Preference Shares

Preference Shares Dividend that is first paid to preference shareholders before any dividends are paid to common stock holders, This shares represent partial ownership in a company to shareholders, but generally do not give voting rights. Preference ...…

Common shares

Common shares Common shares are standard shares with no particular restrictions or rights and have the potential to provide the highest financial gain, but ordinary shares (common share) also have the heavy risk. Ordinary shareholders are the ...…

Type of share (stock)

Type of share (stock) Stocks are divided into two types there are common stock and preference stock The common share (ordinary shares), which give the right to the shareholder to share in the earnings of the ...…

Why Do Companies Split Their Stock? Stock Split Good?

Why Do Companies Split Their Stock? Stock Split Good? [ad name="468x15- 5 link"] A company splits their stock because administration has a theoretical ideal price range for the firm’s stock. If the market price of the stock rises higher than the ideal price range, a ...…

What is securities?

What is securities? The securities are generally categorized into debt securities and equity securities , The  banknotes, bonds and debentures are a debt securities , The  futures, forwards, options and swaps are a equity securities. , e.g., common ...…

Secondary Market?

Secondary Market? Secondary Markets refers to a market where securities are traded after being initially offered to the public (IPO) in the primary market, Secondary market comprises of equity markets (NSE,BSE) and the debt markets. Secondary Markets ...…

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