The Stock Market is a market where people bet on race horses to gain some money.
The Stock Market is a market where people buy products which the merchants have a lot of stock of
The Stock Market is a market where people can buy stocks which are shares of companies.
The bear means stocks are falling and the bull means stocks are going up.
They are signs that the Stock Market is opened and closed.
The bear means stocks are rising and the bull means stocks are falling.
Changes in oil price
Internal reformation within one company
Annual leave of CEO of a company
Earnings are used for reinvestment in order to maintain the growing trend of the stocks
They are traded below its market price
The stocks are consistently profitable with a dividend payment
The lack of buyers and sellers
The lack of alternative investment venues
The lack of stocks traded
The number of stocks traded out of the ones listed
The volume of trades
The difference between buying and selling
The value of the company excluding its tangible assets
The value of the company as done by the external appraiser
Theoretical value of company if all assets are liquidated or sold at prices shown on balance sheet
An investor limits losses on a certain stock by establishing an opposite position in the same stock
It is protected against losses
Both A and B
Selling securities that the investor has borrowed and prepared to buy back later at a lower price
An trading strategy used to profit from a price decline
Both A and B
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