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Code of Ethics
Cyclical Shares are the shares of a company which is particularly sensitive to changes in the economic conditions. Such shares will rise and fall in price depending on various factors like the state of the national economy e.g. cement, the international economy e.g. tourism or even natural phenomena e.g. fertilizers..
These are by far the most common types of share class. They are standard shares with no special rights or restrictions that give the shareholder part ownership of the company in proportion to the number of shares held. They also entitle him/her to dividends, the right to attend the company’s annual general meeting, the right to participate in the policy decisions of the company, the right to vote on issues affecting the company and the right to receive the annual report and audited accounts of the company..
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..
This is a mandatory meeting held once a year by all public companies. The directors of the company report to the shareholders on the year’s performance and future of the company. All shareholders are invited and allowed to ask questions. Notice of such a meeting is mandatory..
This is an illegal practice that involves simultaneously entering identical buy and sell orders for a stock so as to give the impression of active trading..