Category Archives: Stock market

Profit Centre – Meaning, Definition, Importance & Example

Profit Centre

A profit center is a part and parcel of a business organizations which generates revenue and also absorbs its own costs, making it possible to calculate the department’s profit as a self generated unit. Profit centers may include a general or specific area in which a business operates or a specific market that it operates […]

Difference between Main board IPO and SME IPO – Complete Details

Main board IPO and SME IPO

Difference between Main board IPO and SME IPO, check out complete details for what is Main board IPO and what is SME IPO. Check Key differences between Main board (regular) IPO and SME IPO from below… Main board IPO: Initial public offer is the 1st time invitation by the company to the public offering its securities for […]

What is Algorithmic trading? Evolution, Advantages and challenges

Algorithmic trading: Algorithmic trading is a system of trading the securities in the stock market in which trading decisions take place by using advanced mathematical tools and complex algorithms. An algorithm is a computer program having a series of steps to solve a problem. It is a trading mechanism in which the technology dominates the decision […]

Stocks Which Gave More Than 100% Returns – Detailed Analysis

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Stocks Which Gave More Than 100% Returns – complete analysis, Everyone wants to place their bet on a winning horse. However it is unpredictable, so is share market. But, there is always systematic analysis and fundamental research which proves to be guide. These tools allow us to analyse the historic performance as well as estimate future […]

What is Reverse Book building – All you have to know about it

Reverse Book building

Reverse Book building: Reverse Book Building is a mechanism by which the Acquirer/Company offers to buy back shares from its shareholders. Securities and Exchange Board of India has issued the SEBI (Delisting of Equity Shares) Regulations 2009 providing for voluntary delisting of equity shares from stock exchanges along with the overall framework for voluntary delisting by […]

What is Book building? Book building process in India (Detailed Analysis)

Book building

Book building: Book building is a popular method in the context of an Initial public offer, used to determine the price at which the shares have to be offered. SEBI guidelines defines Book Building as “a process undertaken by which the demand for the securities proposed to be issued by a body corporate is elicited and […]

Fixed price method – A comparison with Book building (All Details)

Fixed price method

Fixed price method: In an Initial public offering (IPO), if the shares are offered at a fixed price, such is issue is known as Fixed price issue. This is the second most preferred way of Initial public offering. In the offer document, the issuer has to give the reasoning and proper justification for the price fixed. […]

High Frequency Trading: Types of HFT, Impact of HFT on retail investors

High Frequency Trading

High Frequency Trading is one of the specialized methods of algorithmic trading. As per the Securities and Exchanges Commission of the United States High Frequency Trading involves the following: The use of extremely sophisticated and high-speed computer programs for generating, routing, and executing orders The use of individual data feeds from exchanges as well as […]

What is Offer for sale – Eligibility, Pricing, Allocation, Payment, Discount

Offer for sale

Offer for sale (OFS): Offer for sale is a separate window facilitated by the stock exchanges wherein Promoter/Promoter Group Entities/ Non Promoters of an already listed company can sell their shares through an exchange based bidding platform. This was initially permitted by SEBI to enable the Promoters of listed companies to meet the minimum public shareholding […]

What is Institutional Placement Programme (IPP)? – Complete Details

Institutional Placement Programme

Institutional Placement Programme (IPP): This is one of such methods available to Indian listed companies for the purpose of complying with minimum public shareholding requirements by raising additional share capital. In the light of a guideline that mandates the listed companies to raise their public shareholding to 25% by limiting the promoter’s shareholding to a maximum […]