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Stock market terminologies are industry-specific phrases that are regularly used when discussing or reading about the stock market. These terms are frequently used by both experts and amateurs while discussing stock market tactics, stock market charts, indexes, and other aspects of the stock market.

  • Buy. To take a position by buying shares of a company.
  • Sell. To sell the shares you currently own.
  • Bid. When a trader in the market makes an offer to buy shares.
  • Ask. When a trader offers their shares for sale at a certain price.
  • Bid-Ask Spread.
  • Bull Market.
  • Bear Market.
  • Limit Order.

CMP - Current market price. TGT - Target Price. Sl - Stop Loss.

A bull market occurs when stocks are rising, whereas a bear market occurs when stocks are falling for an extended period of time.

Beta is a metric for comparing a stock's volatility to that of the wider market. The beta of the market as a whole is 1. Stocks that have a value greater than one are more volatile than the market as a whole (meaning they will generally go up more than the market goes up, and go down more than the market goes down).

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