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  • Over the Counter (OTC) : 

    This is a market where shares (or other securities) which are not listed in the main stock exchange are traded. These shares are traditionally those of small companies which do not meet the listing requirements of the exchange. For such transactions, brokers negotiate directly with one another through computer and telephony networks. It is also called off-board trading.

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  • Pullback : 

    This is the falling back of the price of a share from its peak. It could either be a brief reversal of the prevailing upward trend, or it may be a sign of a definite trend reversal.

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  • Par Value : 

    This is the face value of a bond and is the amount repaid back to the investor upon its maturity. It is also known as the principal or maturity value.

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  • Bonds : 

    Bonds are also referred to as fixed income securities. They are promissory notes issued by government and corporations that entitle the investor to a specific interest at specific intervals over a specified length of time and to receive the principal upon maturity. Unlike shares, bonds do not carry with them any sense of ownership but guarantee interest even when the issuer does not register a profit.

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  • Book Loss : 

    This is the perceived loss when the value of a stock falls but is not actually sustained as the investor has not sold when the price has fallen.

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