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Investor Education

  • Limit Order : 

    A limit order is one placed by an investor with a stockbroker to buy a specified number of shares at or below a specified price or to sell a specified number of shares at or above a specified price. A limit order ensures that an investor will not pay more for the shares than the price they have set as the limit and neither will an investor receive less than they are willing to accept. It is a very common type of order.

  • Shares : 

    A share is one unit of ownership of a company. If you own a share of a company, you are a part owner of the company and are entitled to an equal distribution of all profits. 

  • Investor : 

    An investor is an individual or institution that commits money to buy securities with an expectation of a financial return. The primary objective of an investor is to minimize risk while maximizing returns.

  • Recapitalization : 

    This is a change in a company’s capital structure by bringing in fresh capital, either by creating new shares through issues or by long term borrowing, or by converting debentures into shares. Recapitalization is normally undertaken with the aim of making the company’s capital structure more stable, or when a company is in a state of bankruptcy. 

  • Rating (Stock Rating) : 

    This is an analyst’s recommendation on whether to buy, hold or sell a specific stock by evaluating its expected performance and/or risk level.