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Rolling Settlement – What Does It Mean

A rolling settlement cycle is one in which trades executed on the trade date (T) are settled 'X' no. of days after. A rolling...

Concept of Arbitrage

Arbitrage is the practice of taking advantage of the 'price-difference' for a homogeneous commodity or a security in two or more markets by buying...

Market Order Vs Limit Order

While buying or selling a security, you would have noticed that there are options for placing two different kinds of orders: Market Order and...

Stock Market Investment Tips For Beginners

The following is a collection of some basic stock market tips to give you a head start into the world of stock trading and/or...

Symptoms Of Corporate Sickness

When investing in the stock markets, we look for companies which are not only financially 'healthy' but also exhibit a 'growth potential' going forward.In...

What Is ISIN

ISIN stands for International Securities Identification Number and is a 12 digit alpha-numeric code used to uniquely identify a tradable security (Shares, bonds, warrants etc)....

5 Facts About ULIPs

Unit Linked Insurance Plans (ULIPs) are hybrid life insurance products that seem to be growing in popularity by the day. These are market linked...

What Is Crowdfunding?

Crowdfunding is the art of financing a project or venture by pooling together small contributions from a large number of individuals, ideally through an...

Market-wide Circuit Breaker In NSE & BSE

Market-wide Circuit Breaker is a measure employed by stock exchanges to prevent extreme volatility in the markets by halting trade for a defined time...

Stop Loss Market Vs Stop Loss Limit Order

A stop loss order is placed as an automatic 'exit' option from a loss trade. Stop loss orders are an integral part of short-term...