THE ROLE OF THE STOCK MARKET IN THE MOBILIZATION OF LONG-TERM FINANCIAL RESOURCES

Lamiya Gasimova

Abstract


The main purpose of the research is to define mobilization of long-term financial resources in the stock market, to analyse the current situation and give some suggestions for improvement of investment. The author tries to research the impact of investment on the stock market because everyone knows long-term financial resources are very significant for the market and affect economic growth. The paper examines the current state of investment activity in the stock market in our republic and around the world, as well as the impact on the economy of this activity is investigated. The author investigates the impact of investment activity in the stock market on the economy and ways of correct use of investment activity. Indeed, investment is a long-term investment in various sectors of the economy for making profit. Investment – consists of financial means put into objects of entrepreneurship and other types of activity, as well as material and intellectual resources for the purpose of earning (profit) or social benefits. Despite its popularity and presence in the news, the stock market is just one of many potential places to invest your money. Investing in stocks is often risky, which draws attention to the huge gains and losses of some investors. If you manage the risks, you can take advantage of the stock market to secure your financial position and earn money.


Keywords


capital; investment; market; securities market; share; stock

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17770/lner2018vol1.10.3603

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