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STOCK MARKET DICTIONARY

August 7, 2009
STOCK MARKET DICTIOARY
These are the list of key words to be taken in to account in share market.
  • Buy price
  • Sell price
  • Last traded price
  • Day’s high price
  • Day’s low price
  • Closing price
  • 52 weeks year high/year low price
  • Stop loss
  • Stop loss buy order
  • Stop loss sell order
  • Target price
  • Top gainers
  • Top losers
  • Open interest.
  • Sensex
  • Nifty
  • NASDAQ
  • DOWJONES
  • BSE
  • NSE
  • Trading account
  • Stock
  • Stock split
  • Dividend
  • Bonus share
  • Preference share
  • Rights share
  • Pan card
  • Demat account
  • Blue chip companies
  • Primary market
  • Secondary market
  • IPO
  • SEBI
  • Net asset value
  • Support level
  • Resistant level
  • Take a delivery
  • Face value
  • Premium value
  • Discount
  • PE RATIO
  • Market capitalization
  • Profit booking
  • A, B1, B2 GROUP SHARES
  • Annual general meeting (AGM)
  • Buy back shares
  • Intraday
  • Capital gain tax
  • Crisil
  • Delta stock
  • Penny stocks
  • EPS (earning per share)
  • Extraordinary general meeting
  • FII (foreign institutional investors)
  • Insider trading
  • Inflation
  • Liquidity
  • Margin money
  • Net income
  • Net profit
  • High dividend stocks
  • Proxy
  • Call option
  • Put option
  • Margin money
  • Market lot
  • Record date
  • Short covering
  • Short selling
  • Market turn over
  • Stock split
  • VAT-Value added tax
  • Venture capital
  • Market volatile
  • Volatile share
  • Volume
  • Wall Street
  • Dalal Street
  • on line trading
  • off line trading
  • Brokerage
  • Delivery instruction slip
  • Contract note
  • merging and demerging companies
  • Bear and Bull Market
  • BTST,STBT
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