- business, financial, investment, hedging, legal, regulatory, tax or accounting advice,
- a recommendation or trading idea, or
- any other type of encouragement to act, invest or divest in a particular manner.
Stocks (equity securities) are units of ownership in the companies. If the company that issued the shares (the issuer) earns profit, a portion of the profit may be distributed to the shareholders in the form of dividends.
A bond is a non-equity security, under which the issuer (company, government or other issuing institution) becomes the bond holder’s debtor.
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are collective investment schemes that are listed on stock exchanges. ETFs are managed by professional investment management companies.
Mutual Funds are collective investment schemes that are made up of a pool of funds collected from investors for the purpose of investing in various financial instruments, like shares, bonds, other mutual funds, derivatives and etc. Mutual funds are operated by fund managers, who invest the fund's capital and attempt to produce capital gains and/or income for the fund's investors.
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