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Irredeemable Debentures

Definition of Irredeemable Debentures

Irredeemable debentures are debt instruments that can not be sold unless the company is sold or shuts up shop. Those who hold irredeemable debentures will be paid an interest as long as the company operates its business.

Related Terms

Differential Pricing

Differential pricing is a strategy that involves setting different prices for the same product or service based on the type of customer or tming.

For example, a zoo ticket may cost Rs. 10 for domestic visitors and Rs. 100 for international visitors. Or, when buying a product gets costlier as and when the last date for the sale approaches.

That’s why differential pricing is also known as discriminatory pricing and variable pricing.

Cash Conversion Cycle

A Cash Conversion Cycle (CCC) tells you how many days it will take to convert a company’s inventory or resources into cash. The formula for Cash Conversion Cycle is:

Cash Conversion Cycle = (DIO + DSO) – DPO

  • DIO: Days Inventory Outstanding is the average number of days it takes for a company to turn inventory into cash through sales
  • DSO: Days Sales Outstanding is the average number of days it takes for a company to collect its receivables
  • DPO: Days Payable Outstanding is the average number of days it takes fo a company to fulfil its obligations or payables

Annual Earnings Change

An Annual Earnings Change is the difference between a company’s earnings from the present and previous fiscal year. The formula for annual earnings change is:

Current Fiscal Year Earnings - Previous Fiscal Year Earnings

Say for example a liquid nitrogen manufacturing company earned Rs. 50 crores in the current fiscal year and Rs. 29 crores in the previous fiscal year. Their annual earnings change will be:
Rs. 50 crores - Rs. 29 crores = Rs. 21 crores.

Anaume Pattern

An Anaume Pattern can be seen when a gap is filled after a change in the direction of a security or market’s price.

Anaume Patterns are gap-filling patterns that can signal the reversal of a bearish trend, which is nothing but a potential onset of a bullish trend, when used in conjunction with other patterns.

Anaume Patterns are also known as exception exhaustion patterns.

Illiquid Asset

An illiquid asset is something of value that can not be exchanged for cash easily. Although an illiquid asset may have value, you will not be able to find buyers for it readily. As a result, illiquid assets are typically sold at a significant discount or worse, lose value and expire.

Face Value

The term face value refers to the actual price of a stock that’s obtained by dividing a company’s net value by its total shares outstanding. In India, the face value of shares can range from Rs. 1 to Rs. 100.

However, the market value of the share may vary. At times, the difference can be drastic. For example, the face value of an MRF share is Rs. 10 but the market value (LTP) of the same share is Rs. 86,313.45.

Face value is also known as nominal value or par value. The latter is used frequently in the case of bonds.

The face value of a bond is the amount that an investor receives from the issuer on maturity. Similar to stocks, bonds and other fixed income instruments may have a different face value and market value.



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