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In order to understand the trade-in stock, securities and bonds, one has to be well versed with the Primary and secondary markets. Navigation of the capital markets would be more complex and less profitable. In primary markets, the sale of securities is from the issuer to the investor, while secondary markets involve the sale of securities between private investors. Primary markets are the market where an organization raises its first capital. Initial public offering issuing by corporations is done in this market. Investors are offered chances to buy securities directly from the issuing companies in private markets. Investors help companies raise capital by buying securities or stock from these markets. Therefore, contributions from investors in these markets are included in the capital in an organization's balance sheets. Despite the securities list on secondary markets, corporations can still raise money from primary markets by issuing the right shares at a lower price than the secondary markets. The investors are rewarded

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