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Educational Brochures
EGX takes the responsibility of spreading the capital market’s awareness to the public.

To serve this purpose, EGX has issued several educational brochures, such as: How to invest in stocks, bonds and investment funds, why companies list their shares on the stock exchange, how the investor chooses a good brokerage firm, management governance and other issues.

We, at EGX, believe that irrespective the reason individuals invest in the stock market, they should have the minimum level of investment awareness that enables them to make sound investment decisions. 

Thus, we have issued several educational brochures as follows:
 
This guide is part of EGX contribution in raising the level of knowledge for all stakeholders related to the securities industry, as it will enlighten shareholders with their rights and obligations. Minority shareholders or small shareholders are the shareholders who do not have a majority in terms of number of shares; therefore, they don’t have a significant share in the company's capital accordingly they have no power or authority to make a decision regarding the company’s management of the company.

This brochure presents the basics of Investment.
 

The brochure illustrates the Mutual Funds, which is an accessible and affordable mean of saving and investment.
 

The tool enables investors to trade shares through an online trading platform via FRA licensed brokers.
 

A tool that allows investors to buy and sell their share during the same session to raise the market’s liquidity.

 


The broker plays the role of the intermediary between the investors and the stock market.                                          

 

 
Debt Instrument that the different institutions use as a source to fund their expansions. This instrument guarantees for bondholders a fixed interest.

 

A financial instrument derived from the underlying stock, which is issued over a specified period to allow its holder to subscribe in the capital increase of the company.

 

Investment Funds designed to mimic the performance of a certain index or sector to enable the investors to diversify their investment spectrum.

A practice that allows the investor to increase his trading portfolio through the borrowing mechanism, which helps raising the market liquidity.