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Share Market - Stock Traders Glossary

A share market, also known as a stock market, is a marketplace where shares of publicly traded companies are bought and sold. Companies use the share market as a means to raise capital, and investors use it to invest in companies they believe will be profitable in the future.

In a share market, buyers and sellers come together to trade stocks. The stock market can be broken down into two main types: primary and secondary markets. In the primary market, companies issue new shares of stock to the public to raise capital. In the secondary market, investors trade shares among themselves, and the company issuing the shares does not receive any proceeds from the transactions.

There are various types of share markets around the world, including major exchanges such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and Nasdaq in the United States, the London Stock Exchange (LSE) in the United Kingdom, and the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) in Japan. Additionally, there are regional exchanges and smaller markets that cater to specific industries or countries.

The share market is an important part of the global economy as it provides companies with a way to raise capital and investors with a way to invest in companies they believe will grow and generate profits in the future. However, investing in the share market can be risky, and investors should always do their due diligence before making any investment decisions.


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