Stock Market For Beginners Terms With D

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Demat Vs Saving Vs Trading Account

The purpose of the Demat account is to store the shares.

The purpose of a Saving account is to store the money or to transfer and receive funds.

The trading account is the account through which shares or securities are bought and sold. Watch On YouTube

Dividend

The dividend received by shareholders from a portion of a company's profit as an income of the shareholders.

Disclosure

A company provides complete and relevant information that may help an investor to make an informed financial decision. The process of providing facts by the company is known as Disclosure.

Dematerialization

If someone converts his/her physical paper share into Demat share then the process of this conversion is known as Dematerialization.

Descending Triangle

A descending triangle is a bearish chart pattern created in technical analysis by connecting a series of lower highs with one trend line and a series of lows with a second horizontal trend line. Watch On YouTube

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