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CREATED BY: AKASH MEWADA
          DARSHAN VORA
          SAGAR PANCHAL
          DHARMIK PATEL
           PRIYANK DARJI
          HARDIK NATHWANI
• In simple Words, a share or stock is a document issued
  by a company, which entitles its holder to be one of the
  owners of the company.
• A share is issued by a company or can be purchased
  from the stock market.
• By owning a share of a company you become the
  partial owner of the company.
• Over the long run, stocks have historically
  averaged about 10% annual returns However,
  stocks offer no
  guarantee of any returns and can lose value, even
  in the long run
• Investments in stocks can generate returns
  through dividends.
• Investing is a method of purchasing assets in
  order to gain profit .
• Investment means the use money in the hope of
  making more money.
• The rate of return on investments should be
  greater than the rate of inflation, leaving you
  with a nice surplus over a period of time.
Faith of Investors changes from1985 to2010

90
80
70
60
                                                    1985
50
                                                    1995
40
                                                    2000
30                                                  2005
20                                                  2010
10
0
     share              REAL               BANK
                       ESTATE
• It is a valid question. It is again more
  important where to invest? “Shares are a
  better option..“
• It is more important in the present time of
  economic crisis. Financial problem has
  stormed over almost every one.
• Shares have been popular with investors historically
  because shares have had better returns compared to
  other investments, such as bonds and cash in the bank.
• There are many benefits to investing in shares
• The benefits of investing in shares such as
  diversification, tax benefits, capital
  growth, Dividend, etc.
(I) Ease of Diversification
• Diversification is simply not putting all your eggs
   in one basket. If you make smaller investment in
   various different companies, the likelihood that
   one of your investments fails means that it won’t
   have a great affect on your total investment
(II) Tax Benefits
• Many of the costs associated with share trading
   are tax deductible, as you have to pay tax on your
   gains.
(III) Capital growth
• Over the longer term, shares can produce significant
    capital gains through increases in share prices. Some
    companies also issue free or bonus shares to their
    shareholders as another way of passing on company
    profits or increases in their net worth
(IV) Dividends
• Companies pay much of their profits to their
    shareholders in the form of dividends.
• The rate of dividend may vary from time to time
    depending upon the profit.

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Benefits of Investing in Shares

  • 1. CREATED BY: AKASH MEWADA DARSHAN VORA SAGAR PANCHAL DHARMIK PATEL PRIYANK DARJI HARDIK NATHWANI
  • 2. • In simple Words, a share or stock is a document issued by a company, which entitles its holder to be one of the owners of the company. • A share is issued by a company or can be purchased from the stock market. • By owning a share of a company you become the partial owner of the company.
  • 3. • Over the long run, stocks have historically averaged about 10% annual returns However, stocks offer no guarantee of any returns and can lose value, even in the long run • Investments in stocks can generate returns through dividends.
  • 4. • Investing is a method of purchasing assets in order to gain profit . • Investment means the use money in the hope of making more money. • The rate of return on investments should be greater than the rate of inflation, leaving you with a nice surplus over a period of time.
  • 5. Faith of Investors changes from1985 to2010 90 80 70 60 1985 50 1995 40 2000 30 2005 20 2010 10 0 share REAL BANK ESTATE
  • 6. • It is a valid question. It is again more important where to invest? “Shares are a better option..“ • It is more important in the present time of economic crisis. Financial problem has stormed over almost every one.
  • 7. • Shares have been popular with investors historically because shares have had better returns compared to other investments, such as bonds and cash in the bank. • There are many benefits to investing in shares • The benefits of investing in shares such as diversification, tax benefits, capital growth, Dividend, etc.
  • 8. (I) Ease of Diversification • Diversification is simply not putting all your eggs in one basket. If you make smaller investment in various different companies, the likelihood that one of your investments fails means that it won’t have a great affect on your total investment (II) Tax Benefits • Many of the costs associated with share trading are tax deductible, as you have to pay tax on your gains.
  • 9. (III) Capital growth • Over the longer term, shares can produce significant capital gains through increases in share prices. Some companies also issue free or bonus shares to their shareholders as another way of passing on company profits or increases in their net worth (IV) Dividends • Companies pay much of their profits to their shareholders in the form of dividends. • The rate of dividend may vary from time to time depending upon the profit.