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Annualized Return

What is Annualised Return ‘Return’ is the yield that an investment generates over a period of time. It is the percentage increase or decrease in the value of the investment in that period. Returns on mutual funds are expressed in...

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Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR)

What is SLR? The Statutory Liquidity Ratio or SLR refer to a requirement that a bank maintains a minimum percentage of its deposits in liquid assets, such as cash, gold, and other securities. Generally, this is the minimum reserve banks...

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Intraday Trading

Intraday trading or day trading is the process of buying and selling stocks on the same day (squaring off the position) before the market closes. Investing is not the main focus of intraday trading, instead, it focuses on generating profits...

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FDI vs FPI

A country needs funds to grow its economy. While approaching domestic sources is one way, approaching international sources is another way. There are two ways a country can get capital through international sources. Namely, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Foreign...

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Difference between Fund Flow and Cash Flow

Cash and funds have different business functions and help formulate financial strategies. The physical currency available with a business is known as cash. Whereas, the total financial resources available with a business are its funds. Cash flow and fund flow...

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Momentum Indicators

Momentum indicators help traders understand the speed at which prices of a stock change. Furthermore, they also help in understanding the strength of the price movements. Momentum indicators complement other tools and indicators and help pinpoint the time period where...

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Bracket Order vs Cover Order

A bracket order and cover order are two types of intraday orders that traders can place to limit their losses. Both orders include an initial order of buy or sell. However, a bracket order has two additional reverse orders, while...

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Repo Rate

Repo Rates influence our economy largely. It is the rate of interest at which the RBI lends money to commercial banks or financial institutions. It lends the money against government securities. The changes in Repo Rates affect the economy by...