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What is Junior Equity?

Every business requires funds which can be procured either through debt or equity.

What is Dilution Protection?

As an investor, you always look to hold shares that continue to grow in value. Dilution refers to the scenario where the ownership percentage of existing shareholders of a company decreases when new company shares are issued.

What are Smart Beta Strategies?

Risk-averse investors generally use index funds or similar methods to invest in the stock market. It helps them to avoid volatility and also gain moderate returns.

What is a Rebate Broker?

In finance, there is no free lunch. The adage is commonly used and denotes that nothing is free, someone always has a price to pay.

What is a Full-Service Broker?

Middlemen in any service, consultancy, or business are sometimes considered as a hinder to cost or execution. Sometimes, they work as a catalyst, while other times they don’t work out.

What is a Trading Floor?

There was a time when the Indian stock market didn’t have any technologically backed electronic systems to sell and purchase securities.

What is NASDAQ Intermarket?

Nearly billions of dollars worth of trading take place regularly on massive stock exchanges.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Quantitative Trading

There was a time when financial literature was rare, and all the analysts and investors relied on their knowledge and gut feeling to execute trades in the market.

What is Short Interest?

Short interest is the number of shares sold short for a particular company or market that have not yet been recovered.

What is Quantitative trading?

Quantitative trading involves trading strategies and decisions based on mathematical computations, historically present data, number-crunching and constant hypotheses of future events and their impact on the financial markets.

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