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  • Venture Capital : 

    This is money raised by companies to finance new ventures.

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  • Omitted Dividend : 

    This is a dividend which was expected, but which was not declared, usually due to financial difficulties. The company hereby opts to conserve its resources rather than to pay out cash.

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  • Insider Trading : 

    There are two types of insider trading. The first type occurs when someone trades shares at the stock exchange based on crucial information about the company which the public do not yet know. This is illegal regardless of whether you are a director, broker, friend or family member of an insider. The second is legal and occurs when an insider buys such shares but after the crucial information has been made public at which time there is no direct advantage over other investors.

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  • Institutional Investor : 

    This is an organization that invests sufficiently large amounts of money in shares and bonds. Examples of institutional investors include mutual funds, unit trusts, insurance companies and pension funds.

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  • Cum Rights : 

    The buyer of a cum-rights share is entitled to subscribe to the forthcoming rights issue announced by the company.

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