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    Detailed Guide to Options Trading: Meaning, Types and Strategies

    An option is a contract that is written by a seller that conveys to the buyer the right - but not an obligation to buy (for a call option) or to sell (for a put option) a particular asset, at a specific price (strike price/exercise price) in future. In return of granting the option, the seller collects a payment (known as a premium) from the buyer. Utility of the Exchange-Traded...

    • 4 hrs ago
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    Enterprise Value: Definition, Formula, Examples and More

    Enterprise value (EV) is a very important concept in corporate valuation and upon which many M&A deals are based. In simple terms, Enterprise Value is the outlay or cost of buying the entire (100%) company by a potential investor. Thus, apart from the equity shareholders, the other types of shareholding i.e. preference and minority shareholders as well as the outsiders i.e. debt, both...

    • 3 days ago
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    The Concept of Dividend Yield in Stocks

    In the stock market, not all the tools of fundamental analysis work for every investor on every stock. If you are looking for stocks for intraday trading, you might look into volatility and beta associated with the stocks. Similarly, if you are looking for dividend income, a couple of parameters are specific to you. One of the telling parameters for dividend investors is dividend yield. So, let us look...

    • 4 days ago
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    9 Best Small Cap Stocks You Can Consider Investing In - 2019

    Small cap stocks are preferred by various investors as they are known to give excellent returns. These stocks invest in companies that have a market capitalization of 250-500. Although these stocks are highly volatile in nature, they are preferred vastly by most investors. Let's have a look at some of the best small-cap funds you can consider investing in. Small Cap Stocks to...

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    Equity Shares: Definition,Advantages, Disadvantages and More

    In the financial world, the word equity share is most common. We call it stock, ordinary share, or simply just shares. You might have the basic idea of what an equity share is as the definition is in the word itself. But did you know that in reality, every shareholder is a part owner of the company? Let us understand everything about these equity shares. Equity Shares: Definition ...

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    Algorithmic Trading in Stock Market: Benefits, Risk, Strategies

    An algorithm is a detailed procedure to accomplish a task. Algorithmic trading (also known as automated trading, black-box trading, or algo-trading) uses a computer program that follows a defined set of instructions (also known as an algorithm) to place a trade. Thus, algorithmic trading is the process of using a computer program to follow a defined set of instruction for placing...

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    ELSS Vs SIP: 5 Major Differences

    ELSS and SIPs are two of the most common words in the mutual fund industry. Investors who have been investing regularly might know these terms in and out. But there are many investors who are naïve or who want to enter the world of mutual funds. Therefore, in this article we will reflect on the differences between the two so that investors can decide which one to choose based on their needs, risk appetite and...

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    Check Out the 10 Best Performing Stocks in 15 Years

    There are many stocks in the Indian market that have generated excess returns compared to their benchmark indices. But only the most consistent stock will have the ability to generate wealth over the long term. I have identified few stocks that have outperformed the benchmark BSE Sensex for most of its trading days, over the last 15 years or so. So, here is a list of 10 best-performing stocks...

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    What Is Fair Value in Stocks? Definition, Advantages and Examples

    We often hear the term, 'stock is overvalued or undervalued'. What does this indicate? It merely indicates that an investor puts a value to stock and compares it with the current price. For example, if a stock is trading at Rs. 80 and I as an investor feel that real value for the stock is Rs. 70, I would conclude that the stock is overvalued and I would tend to sell the...

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    Internal Rate of Return (IRR): Calculation, Formula, Applications and More

    IRR, ROI, XIRR, CAGR, TWRR, you must have come across many such acronyms in finance and investing. One common thread through all of them is that they are a rate or % value and each one finds application in different aspects of financial valuation. However, bear in mind that they are all different from each other. We shall look at the IRR or Internal Rate of Return and a...

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