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Maybe you all wasn't able to understand the difference between book value and market value yesterday. Lets' understand that with example of two of the most well reputed and profitable companies i.e. Netflix and Apple.

As from the past few days I have been talking about market value and book value. Now lets' understand how investors decide to buy stocks either on the basis of market value or book value.

Hey Everyone, Did you all understood Book Value per Share? If not, let's understand it with the help of an example. XYZ Manufacturing’s common equity balance is Rs.10 million, and that 1 million shares of common stock are outstanding. This means that the BVPS is (Rs.10 million / 1 million shares) or Rs.10 per share.

Book Value per Share What is Book Value per Share? Why is Book Value per Share important in stocks market?


As from the last few days I have been more vocal about market capitalization. Ever wondered why? Why there's an importance of Market Capitalization?

As yesterday I was sharing views over market capitalization. Let's understand about the same with some elaborative example. But before that the stock prices of two famous Indian companies are given below. What do you think? Which company is bigger? MRF= Rs 69,780 HDFC Bank= Rs 1,650

Today let's understand what role does market capitalization has in stocks market. Market capitalization or market cap is the aggregate market value of a company represented in a dollar amount. Since it represents the market value of a company, it is computed based on the current market price (CMP) of its shares and the total number of outstanding shares.


Does war have an impact on stocks market ? Over the last century there have been several wars including world war 2. So how do wars impact stocks?


Have you all ever wondered how much time does one investment takes to double or how some investors even calculate the near about time of investment being double.

Does shares help in raising capital? The answer is Yes. Mainly a startup raise capital either by selling shares (equity financing) or borrowing money (debt financing).