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What are the three methods available for placing a transaction in the stock market?

Call & Trade, Web application, Mobile application

Email, Web application, Mobile application

Call & Trade, In-person visit, Email

In-person visit, Email, Mobile application

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What is the purpose of the 'Market watch' feature in a trading terminal?

To display real-time news about the stock market

To track the performance of a specific set of stocks

To analyze historical price movements of stocks

To manage your portfolio and investments

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What information is typically displayed on the Market watch for each stock?

Company name, Industry sector, Market capitalization

Last traded price, Percentage change, OHLC (Open, High, Low, Close)

Analyst ratings, Earnings per share, Dividend yield

Trading volume, Bid-ask spread, 52-week high and low

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What is the difference between a 'Limit' order and a 'Market' order?

A Limit order specifies the maximum price you are willing to pay, while a Market order buys at the best available price.

A Limit order guarantees execution, while a Market order may not be filled if the price moves unfavorably.

A Limit order is used for intraday trading, while a Market order is for long-term investing.

A Limit order is placed on the bid side, while a Market order is placed on the ask side.

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What does the 'CNC' product type signify when placing an order?

Cash and Carry - for delivery-based trades

Credit and Netting - for margin trading

Call and Notice - for options contracts

Cover and Novation - for futures contracts

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What is the function of the 'Order book' in a trading terminal?

It displays all the completed trades executed in your account.

It shows the real-time bids and offers for a particular stock.

It tracks the status of your pending and executed orders.

It provides news and analysis related to the stock market.

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What is the significance of 'Bid' and 'Offer' prices in the market depth window?

They indicate the highest and lowest prices at which the stock has traded during the day.

They represent the prices at which buyers are willing to buy and sellers are willing to sell, respectively.

They show the opening and closing prices of the stock for the current trading session.

They reflect the target prices set by analysts for the stock.