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  • Securities : 

    These are essentially shares, bonds, debentures, rights or any other such legal documents issued by a corporation or government.

  • Equity Financing : 

    This is when a company raises money from the capital markets by issuing securities such as shares. The investors purchasing these shares become shareholders and receive ownership interests in the company.

  • Gun Jumping : 

    This is illegal. Gun jumping is trading in the shares of a company based on information before it is made public.

  • Fiscal Year : 

    A fiscal year is any 12 month period that a company uses for accounting purposes. It may or may not be the same as the calendar year or the government’s financial year.

  • Institutional Investor : 

    This is an organization that invests sufficiently large amounts of money in shares and bonds. Examples of institutional investors include mutual funds, unit trusts, insurance companies and pension funds.