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Frequently Asked Questions
What is STOCK?
A share or stock of a company represents the ownership right of a company. Any company has to start its operations having a certain owners’ capital when it is registered with the authorities. This indicates who owns the company.
The ownership pattern of a company is reflected in its shareholding pattern. Thus, any individual who buys a share of a company is the partial owner of the company till the shares are with the individual. Once they sell it, they cease to be owners.
Why do stock prices move?
As mentioned above, stock prices are determined by the forces of demand and supply. If prices are rising, it must be that there are more buyers than sellers – there is demand pressure. If prices are falling, there must be more sellers than buyers – there is selling pressure.
What is a tick? What is open, close, high and low?
In any chart on stock prices, a tick looks this. The highest point of the line is the day’s highest price, the lowest point is the day’s lowest price, the left horizontal line is the opening price for the day, and the right horizontal line is the day’s close price.
How to calculate the risk of a stock?
Risk of holding a stock is the standard deviation of returns from the stock during the period. Variance is a yearly concept, and hence the risk of the holding period has to be adjusted to make it per annum.
What is portfolio risk?
A portfolio of stocks is a collection of stocks held by an individual. For simplicity, let there be two stocks in the portfolio and let their share be w1 and w2.
The P/E ratio of a company is defined as the price of a share of a company divided by the earnings per share (EPS). It is commonly referred to as a multiple. EPS is a yearly figure and represents what a single share earns during a year.
The inverse of the multiple i.e. EPS/P represents returns from a single share. Thus, if the P/E ratio is 15, then buying the share will give a return around 6.5%.
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