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  • Broker : 

    Broker is short for Stockbroker and refers to a member of the Nairobi Securities Exchange who is licensed to buy or sell securities on behalf of investors. Brokers are essentially the link between investors and the stock market. When acting on behalf of an investor for the purchase or sale of a listed stock, the broker does not own the securities but charges a commission on the gross value of the transaction.

  • Market Price : 

    The last reported price at which a share was sold at the stock exchange. It is also referred to as the market value.

  • Mutual Fund : 


    A mutual fund is an investment vehicle built with funds collected from many small investors that invests in stocks, bonds and other securities. An open-ended mutual fund is one which keeps accepting new investors and redeems the funds of those who wish to opt out, while a close-ended mutual fund has a fixed number of investors.

  • Employee Share Ownership Plan (ESOP) : 

    It is a program that facilitates the acquisition and distribution of a company’s shares to its employees. The employees remain focused on company performance and share price appreciation. These plans are believed to encourage employees to do what’s best for shareholders since they are themselves shareholders.

  • Liquidity : 

    This is the ability of an asset e.g. shares, to be bought or sold without affecting its price. Liquid assets are those that can be easily bought or sold without any significant change in price. Such assets are normally characterized by a high level of trading activity. A company which has issued a large number of shares is said to have liquid stock in the market. Investors find it safer to buy such stock because it is easier to get their money out of the investment if they need to do so.