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Blogs

Get an extensive list of market blogs written by in-house experts for investors/traders...

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Commodity

A commodity market is one that deals in raw materials rather than finished goods, such ...

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Demat Account

A Demat account enables you to electronically hold your securities such as stocks and b...

Derivatives

Derivatives

A derivative is a contract entered into by two or more parties that derives its value f...

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Equity

Equity, also known as shareholders’ equity, is the shareholders' percentage of ownershi...

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IPO

Every large business today began with a small investment from the promoters. As the com...

Mutual Funds

Mutual Funds

A mutual fund is a financial vehicle that draws money from shareholders and invests tho...

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OFS and FPO

A private company brings an initial public offering (IPO) by selling shares to outside ...

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Glossary

52 week low A stock's 52-week low is the lowest price a stock has traded in the previo...

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Glossary

52 week low A stock’s 52-week low is the lowest price a stock has traded in the previous year. This price is used by traders and investors to help them understand the stock’s current value as well as how markets and price trends work. 52 week high The 52-week high of a stock is the highest price at which it has traded in the previous year. This price is used by traders and investors to help them understand the current value of the stock as well as how markets and price trends work.