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  • Crash : 

    A drastic and sharp drop in share prices within a short period of time.

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  • Ramping : 

    This is the large scale buying of shares in the stock exchange with the objective of boosting the image of the stock and the company behind it to increase its demand and consequently its price.

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  • Paper Profit : 

    This is when the market price of a share is greater than its original purchase price giving rise to a profit which is not a realized profit until the shares are actually sold.

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  • Stop-Limit Order : 

    This is a combination of a Stop Order and a Limit Order.

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  • Bonus Issue : 

    These are additional shares issued to existing shareholders in proportion to their holdings. They are issued free of cost.

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