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Fair value of price

The area where neither buyers nor sellers are interested to enter into the market is called as a fair value of price.

At fair value of price the market has met its purpose to facilitate trading between buyers and sellers i.e demand equals to supply. Watch On YouTube

FOK

Fill or Kill : An order to purchase or sell a stock that must be performed in full amount right away or the order will be canceled; no partial fulfillments are permitted.

Free float market cap

It is estimated by multiplying the total number of shares freely floating by the current market price per share.
*freely floating = shares that are available for general trade.

Further Public Offer (FPO)

When a publicly traded company announces a new round of funding, it is referred to as an FPO.

Fat Finger Trade

Fat finger trade is a type of trading mistake that results from the inaccurate entry of a trade order, which can cause significant losses to traders or firms. read more

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