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  • Imbalance of Orders : 

    This is when the buy orders for a particular stock greatly outnumber the sell orders or vice versa. This may result in a temporary trading halt for that stock if trading has already commenced for the day. If trading for the day has not commenced, it may be delayed. A surge in buy orders may result from unexpected good news and likewise, a surge in sell orders may result from unexpected bad news about the stock.

  • Investment Club : 

    This is a voluntary association of individuals who pool their money together to build an investment portfolio which would have otherwise not been possible with the small sums at each one’s disposal. A key advantage of an investment club is that more than one mind is engaged in making buy or sell decisions and that each member carries a relatively low risk. They help to build up investment consciousness among small investors.

  • Discretionary Account : 

    This is an account that an investor opens with a stockbroker that authorizes the stockbroker to buy or sell shares or any other securities he may select at his discretion on behalf of the investor.

  • Fixed Income Investments : 

    These are investments such as fixed deposits, non-convertible debentures, or government bonds that yield a fixed rate of interest.

  • Open Order : 

    This is an order to buy or sell securities that has not been executed or cancelled. This usually happens because some requirement e.g. specified price has not yet been met.