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Latest Blogs of June - 2020

What is Dividend?

The dividend is the amount of cash which a company shares with its shareholders out of its profit.

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Stay safe. Think Twice.

Passwords of your financial accounts should ideally be just with you. It is best not to share it at all. And never ever try to share passwords with someone over WhatsApp and other online mediums. Some secrets are best kept with oneself.

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Beware of fake claims. Think Twice.

Always beware of those who promise very high returns. Invested money grows as per market conditions, so take such claims with a pinch of salt. It usually means they promise you returns, without really wanting ever to return your money!

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What are the types of Dividend?

There are three types of dividend, Normal dividend, annual dividend & Special dividend. To understand the difference between all three of them check out the video.

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Bonus.

Bonus will bring more amount of shares in your account and increase the liquidity, whereas it doesn’t bring any cash. A bonus represents the number of reserves a company holds, which makes it credible and reliable.

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Stay Cautious, Do Not Panic. Think Twice.

Much like the Corona Virus, 'Panicking' is extremely contagious. So don't let someone else's state of panic influence your decisions. #ThinkTwice before you make a move in the market.

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Take care of your investments. Think Twice.

Look after your investment and don't become a victim to swindlers. Follow simple precautions like Don't fall for tall promises, don't share your password, don't believe in rumours and always get proof of purchase. Think twice. It's better to be safe

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What is Bonus in Stock Markets?

Stock Market bonus differs from your salary bonus or any cash incentive. So, when a company announces a bonus ratio, you received more shares of the company (in which you have invested) as per the ratio. This is the Stock Market Bonus.

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Don't Panic. Think Twice.

Under any circumstances, it's important for an investor to not panic.

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Always do your prep work before investing, better safe than sorry.

It is human nature to seek high returns. And to take risks. But one should beware of unfamiliar products that come with tall promises, as it could just be means to swindle you of your money. Study any investment carefully before committing. Remember.

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How to interpret ratios when companies declare Bonus?

Well, whenever you stuck with the bonus ratio, read the ratio from right to left. Yes, it’s exactly the opposite of how we all read. From right to left, the first figure is your holdings and the second figure is your bonus.

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