What Is A Bonus Share Issue?

Bonus shares are additional shares that are issued to existing shareholders of a company at no additional cost. The existing shareholders are simply allocated...

Meaning of Clean Price and Dirty Price

Clean price and dirty price are terms associated with the bond market. When bond prices are quoted exclusive of interest accrued (ex-interest), the same...
EBITDA Margin

What Is EBITDA Margin?

EBITDA stands for Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortisation. It is a measure of the operating income of a firm before providing for...

What Are Call Option Contracts And How To Trade In Them?

A call option is a derivative contract that gives you the right but not the obligation to buy (go long) a specified quantity of...

The Concept Of Stock Alpha and Beta

To have an understanding of Alpha, an understanding of the concept of Stock Beta is important.The Beta of a stock is the measure of...

What Are Futures Contracts?

Future Contracts or futures, are exchange-traded contracts between two parties to buy and sell a standardized quantity of a particular asset (the underlying), on...

What Are Exchange Traded Funds (ETF)

Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) are securities that track the performance of a commodity (e.g Gold ETF) or an Index (broad-market like the NIFTY or...

Alternative Investment Fund

Alternative Investment Funds (AIF) are a privately pooled investment vehicle, set up as a separate entity, which collects funds from its investors for investing...

Factoring – Concept and Types

Factoring is an arrangement under which a business house outsources the collection of its book debts to an external entity (a factor) against the...

What Are Put Option Contracts And How To Trade In Them?

A put option is a derivative contract that gives you the right but not the obligation to sell (i.e short sell) a specified quantity...