Bonus issues and stock splits are 2 well-known corporate actions that publicly listed companies undertake to boost the number of shares traded. Although they appear to be same, there is a fundamental difference between the two. This article will cover these differences in a comprehensive manner covering what are they and why company comes with bonus issues and stock split.
Financial ratios allow an analyst to immediately analyze a business and its operations and understand the financial situation of a company, it is important to know exactly what to do with this data and how to interpret it.
A Renko chart is a form of a chart, developed by the Japanese. The term “renko” is derived from the Japanese term “renga” meaning “bricks”. Renko is based on movements in price instead of time.
The Composite Screener can be used to combine multiple pre-defined Technical and Fundamental scans and a number of Fundamental and Technical Parameters to come up with your own scans that are meeting all the criteria.
Technical drawing tools play an important role in analyzing charts and are an important part of any Technical Analyst’s tool set. Drawing tools help you in your technical analysis, market timing, locating support and resistance levels in recognizing price patterns, confirming trends and much more. With Investar drawing tools, you may draw Trend Lines, Fibonacci Retracement, Fibonacci Fan, Andrew’s Pitchfork, Gann Fans, and other vital studies.
In May 2017, the Narendra Modi government completed 3 years in power, Indian stock markets have been largely on an upwards march, with benchmark indices Sensex and Nifty currently hovering around record highs.
The most significant tax reform of India, i.e., the GST or Goods and Services Tax, will eventually become a reality from 1st July 2017. The Lok Sabha passed on 4 significant legislations to introduce a nationwide Goods and Services Tax (GST) bringing India nearer to a uniform tax dominion and while putting an ending uncertainty which is positive for markets.
The commodity channel index (CCI) is an oscillator originally introduced by Donald Lambert in 1980. Since its introduction, the indicator has grown in reputation which is currently a very common tool for traders in identifying cyclical trends not just in commodities, but also equities and currencies.
The accumulation/distribution line or accumulation/distribution index (ADL), formulated by Marc Chaikin is a technical analysis indicator meant to relate price and volume in the stock market and also works like a leading indicator of price movements.