||Permanent reduction in the value of assets owned by the company.
|In the Money (ITM) ||An an option has value in a strike price that is favorable in comparison to the prevailing market price. |
||A statement that shows a company’s revenues, expenses, taxes and net income.
|Income Tax ||Money that individuals and companies owe to the government, based on the income they make. |
||A portfolio consisting securities that represent a particular market or a segment of the market.
||The equity securities comprising the Index from time to time.
||Futures contracts of a financial index that the investors could buy or sell today to be settled at a future date.
||Rise in the price of goods and services, usually associated with loss of purchasing power.
|Information Ratio ||Ratio of excess return to risk taken. Hence, a measure of risk-adjusted return. |
|Initial Public Offerings
||Process in which a private company offer shares to the public by issuing new stock.
|Insider Trading ||Illegally trading in shares when in possession of price-sensitive information that is not known to the market. |
|Instrument ||A tradable asset or negotiable item such as a security, commodity, derivative or index, or any item that underlies a derivative. |
|Intangible Assets ||Assets that is not physical in nature. |
|Intellectual Capital ||An assets that defined as collection of all informational resources of a company. |
|Interest Rate ||The amount of the lender or buyer charge to issuer/seller for the use of assets of percentage of the principal. |
||Dividend payment that is made before the annual general meeting and publishing of final financial statements.
||A financial report that covered a duration of less than one year and does not have to be audited.
||The price of new shares offered for sale when it become available to the public.
||Authorized shares shown in the company’s annual report, that is sold to and held by the shareholders.
|Issuer ||The individual, government or corporate entity that sells securities to finance its operation. |