What Are Option Contracts?

Option contracts or simply 'options' are derivative contracts that give you the option (a right but not an obligation) to buy/sell a particular security...
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 Hedge Funds

A Hedge Fund is an Alternative Investment Fund that pools funds from a limited number of private investors and employs aggressive investment strategies; including...

What Are Unit Linked Insurance Plans [ULIPs]

Unit Linked Insurance Plans are Hybrid Insurance Products offered by Life Insurance Companies that attempts to cater to both the 'Protection' as well as...

What Are REITs And How Do They Differ From Mutual Funds

Real Estate Investment Vehicles or REITs are investment entities that pool funds from a number of investors and invest the proceeds to acquire commercial...

Onerous Contracts And Its Treatment Under IND AS 37

Onerous Contract is a contract in which the costs of meeting the obligations under the contract exceeds the economic benefits that are expected to...

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 Is Repo and Reverse Repo?

Repurchase Options or Repos are a mechanism through which the Reserve Bank Of India infuses liquidity into the banking system by lending money to...

What Is A Right Issue

Companies resort to Right Issue is a means of raising finance by issuing additional shares to the existing shareholders of the company. Under a...

The Concept of Share Volume and Share Turnover [With Example]

Share volume and share turnover are important measures of liquidity in the stock markets. Let us attempt to understand the meaning of the two...