# investing

i have to write these definitions with illsutrations.

Nominal value/face value, market value, rate of dividend, annual dividend, rate of income, rate of return, percentage yield, Demat, bullish, bearish

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1. Definitions of most of those terms can be found here:
http://www.valueline.com/sup_glossa.html

"Bearish" means pessimistic about the future of a particular investment or the market in general; "bullish" means optimistic.

An "illustration" of the meaning of these terms is not appropriate. They can all be defined in words.

The nominal or face value of a bond is the amount that will be returned to the lender or holder of the bond when it matures. The actual market value is what it is worth at present; that could be more or less than face value.

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