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Beta Stocks

Definition of Beta Stocks

Beta of stocks measures the risk that the shares carry compared to the broader market. Theoretically, the market is said to have a default Beta of 1. As a result, Beta stocks can be of four types:

  • High Beta Stocks : typically having a Beta value of more than 1, these stocks are known to be high-risk, high-reward investments
  • Low Beta Stocks : typically having a Beta value of less than 1, these stocks are known to be low-risk, low-reward investments
  • Negative Beta Stocks : typically having a Beta value of less than zero, these stocks are known to have an inverse correlation with the market
  • Same as the market : typically having a Beta that’s equal to 1, these stocks are known to share characteristics with the market

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Advance Payment Guarantee/Bond

An Advance Payment Guarantee or Advance Payment Guarantee Bond is a contract issued by a third party willing to take responsibility for fulling the terms of an agreement or payments owed by one party to another.

The guarantee could be:

  • Primary: Indemnity (fulling payments)
  • Secondary: Guarantee (assuring that the outcome will be met)

Brokerage

Brokerage is the fee that an investor or trader must pay to a brokerage in exchange for its services. Brokerage varies from platform to platform. But, broadly speaking, brokerage on intraday, futures, and options trading is known to be higher than equity delivery (investing).

Floating Interest Rate

The rate of interest that changes across the tenure of a loan, generally every quarter, due to the government’s interest rate, market conditions, and other factors is known as a floating interest rate.

Personal loans and home loans are typical examples of borrowing that carry a floating interest rate. A point to note here: the floating interest rate is added on top of a base interest rate that is charged by lenders.

Abandoned Baby Pattern

An Abandoned Baby Pattern is a type of candlestick pattern that signals the reversal of a bullish or bearish trend. It is made up of three candles, each of which varies based on the trend.

Bullish Abandoned Baby Pattern


  • Candle #1: Red in color & forms during a downward trend
  • Candle #2: Forms a Doji Star below Candle #1’s closing price
  • Candle #3: Leads to a bullish trend & forms above the Doji Star (similar size to Candle #1)

Bearish Abandoned Baby Pattern


  • Candle #1: Green in color & forms during an upward trend
  • Candle #2: Forms a Doji Star above Candle #1’s closing price
  • Candle #3: Leads to a bearish trend & forms below the Doji Star (similar size to Candle #1)

Gravestone Doji

A Gravestone Doji is a candlestick pattern that signals the reversal of a bullish trend into a bearish one. The key marker of a Gravestone Doji pattern is the open, low, and closing prices being near to one another.

This is a price action type trading strategy that is formed with a tall upper shadow, which is a signal of a bearish reversal.

Demat Account

A Dematerialized or Demat account is used to store shares and ETFs in the electronic format. It is linked to a bank account and is necessary for trading or investing that involves delivery, that is, where the asset is held overnight.



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