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FAQs - What is All or None?

Ans – It is an order to buy or sell a stock that must be entirely executed.

FAQs - What is Annual Report?

Ans – It is a report prepared and produced annually by a company which contains financial information about the company.

FAQs - What is Arbitrage?

Ans – It is buying and selling the same security on different markets and at different price points.

FAQs - What is Ask Price?

Ans – It is the lowest price a seller of a stock is willing to accept of a given stock or share.

FAQs - What is Averaging Down?

Ans – It is an investor buys more of a stock as the price goes down.

FAQs - What is Bear Market?

Ans – It is a general decline in the stock market 

FAQs - What is Beta?

Ans – It is Measurement of the relationship between the price of a stock and the movement of the whole market.

FAQs - What is Bid?

Ans – It is Amount of money a trader is willing to pay per share for a stock.

FAQs - What is Blue Chip Stocks?

Ans – It is Stocks of industry leading companies.

FAQs - What is Book Runner?

Ans – It is the main underwriter or lead-manager

FAQs - What is Broker?

Ans –A person who buys or sells an investment for you in exchange for a fee or commission.

FAQs - What is Bull Market?

Ans – It is a period of generally rising prices.

FAQs - What is Close?

Ans – It is the time at which a stock exchange closes to trading.

FAQs - What is closing print?

Ans – It is a report of the final prices for the day on a stock exchange.

FAQs - What is Day Trading?

Ans – It is the practice of buying and selling within the same trading day, before the close of the markets

FAQs - What is Dividend?

Ans – It is Company’s earnings which are paid to shareholders.

FAQs - What is Exchange?

Ans – It is the place in which different investments are traded. Examples - New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the NASDAQ.

FAQs - What is Execution?

Ans – It is when an order to buy or sell has been completed

FAQs - What is free float?

Ans – It is   the portion of shares of a corporation that are in the hands of public investors as opposed to locked-in stock held by promoters

FAQs - What is Green Sheet?

Ans – It is a document that accompanies a prospectus for most initial public offerings.

FAQs - What is Greenshoe?

Ans – It is a special arrangement in a share offering.

FAQs - What is high?

Ans – It is when a stock or index reaches a greater price point than previously.

FAQs - What is Index?  

Ans – It is a benchmark that is used as a reference marker for traders and portfolio managers.

FAQs - What is Initial Public Offering or IPO?

Ans – It is a public offering in which shares of a company are sold to investors.

FAQs - What is Institutional Investor?

Ans – It is an entity or organization which pools money to purchase securities.

FAQs - What is Leverage?

Ans – It is to borrow shares in a stock from the broker with the goal of increasing the profit.

FAQs - What is Low?

Ans – It is a lower price point for a stock or index.

FAQs - What is Margin?

Ans – It is the difference between the amount of the loan and the price of the securities is called the margin.

FAQs - What is Market Top?

Ans – It is the highest point of trading before the market shifts from a bull market to a bear market.

FAQs - What is Market Trend?

Ans – It is the tendency of financial markets to move in a particular direction over time.

FAQs - What is Moving Average?

Ans – It is a stock’s average price-per-share during a specific period of time is called its moving average

FAQs - What is Open?

Ans – It refers to the time at which people can begin trading on a particular exchange.

FAQs - What is Order?

Ans – It is an investor’s bid to buy or sell a certain amount of stock

FAQs - What is Portfolio?

Ans – It is a collection of investments owned by an investor.

FAQs - What is Pump and Dump?

Ans – It is Securities fraud where prices of stock are artificially inflated for financial gains.

FAQs - What is Quote?

Ans – It is Information on a stock’s latest trading price.

 

FAQs - What is Rally?

Ans – It is a rapid increase in the general price level of the market or of the price of a stock

FAQs - What is Reverse green shoe?

Ans – It is a special provision which allows underwriters to sell shares back to the issuer.

FAQs - What is Sector?

Ans – It is a group of stocks that are in the same industry

FAQs - What is Share Market?

Ans – It is Market in which shares of company are bought and sold.

FAQs - What is Stock Symbol?

Ans – It is symbol that represents a publicly traded company on a stock exchange.

FAQs - What is Stub?

Ans – It is the stock representing the remaining equity in a corporation left over after a major cash or security distribution.

FAQs - What is Trade?

Ans – It is Buying and selling of financial instruments.

FAQs - What is Volatility?

Ans – It is the price movements of a stock or the stock market as a whole.

FAQs - What is Volume?

Ans – It is the number of shares of stock traded during a particular time period,

FAQs - What is Widow-and-orphan stock?

Ans – It is a stock that reliably provides a regular dividend and yielding a slow but steady rise in market value over the long term.

FAQs - What is Yield?

Ans – It is return on an investment

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