||An investment strategy that involves picking stocks that appear to be trading for less than their intrinsic or book value.
||A stock that trades at a lower price relative to its fundamentals, such as dividends, earnings, or sales, making it appealing to value investors.
||The amount and frequency with which an investment fluctuates in value.
||Number of contracts or shares being traded in a security or market in a given period of time.
|Voting Rights ||The right of shareholders to vote on matters regarding to the company policy, Board of Directors, issuing securities and making changes in business operation. |