Thursday, June 4, 2020

Stock Market

The stock market refers to the collection of markets and exchanges. It is where regular activities of buying, selling, and issuance of shares of publicly-held companies take place.

How Cyclical Stocks Work in Investment

A cyclical stock refer to an equity security whose macroeconomic affects the price and systematic changes in the overall economy. It has the opposite meaning from defensive stocks. In cyclical stocks, they include discretionary companies. Meanwhile, defensive stocks include staples....

The Advantages of Interlisting Stock

An interlisted stock is one that involves more than one exchange. It is usually in a company's home country and one or more additional countries. The primary benefit of interlisting for the company is gaining exposure to more investors and...

The Pros and Cons of Private Placement

A private placement is a sale of securities to a pre-selected number of individuals and institutions. Compared to sales of securities on the open market, private placements relatively have no regulation. On the other hand, private sales are now common...

The Introduction of Depositary Receipt

A depositary receipt (DR) is a negotiable certificate which issues to the bank. It represents shares in a foreign company traded on a local stock exchange. In addition, DR gives investors the opportunity to hold shares in the equity of...

The Pros and Cons of Preference Shares

Preference shares are identically issued by companies. The aim is to raise capital from the companies. It also combines the characteristics of debt and equity investments. In other words, it is consequently to be hybrid securities. Preference shareholders receive dividend payments...

How to Recovery from a Bear Market

Bear markets are periods when the stock market declines by 20% or more from a recent peak (a 52-week high, for example). Using the S&P 500 Index as a measure, there have been 16 bear markets since 1926, averaging once every...

Stocks Are Getting Worse in the Market

It might be premature to declare the bear market dead, but Thursday’s action sure checked off some important boxes. Conventional Wall Street wisdom is that bear markets, or 20% declines from 52-week highs, die on bad news, and Thursday featured...

Fed Ramps Up, Japan Stocks Rises about 5%

Stocks in Asia jumped in Tuesday afternoon trade. It caused by the authorities ramped up stimulus measures to combat the economic impact of the global coronavirus outbreak. According to cnbc.com, Japan’s Nikkei 225 was among the region’s major markets that the...

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