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Shares vs Debentures

by Narendra01011 month ago

Share money forms a part of the capital of the company. The shareholders are part proprietors of the company, whereas debentures are mere debt, and debenture holders are just creditors.

Shareholders get dividend out of profits only and in case of losses they get nothing and debenture holders being creditors get guaranteed interest, as agreed, whether the company makes the profit or not. You can reduce the losses through best MCX free tips available.

The dividend on shares depends upon the profit of the company but the interest on debentures is very well fixed at the time of issue itself.

A company’s shares are not to be paid back by whereas debentures have to be paid back at the end of a certain period.

In case the company is wound up, the shareholders may lose a part or full of their capital but the debenture holders invariably get back their investment.

Investment in shares is riskier, as it represents residual interest in the company. Debenture, being in debt, is sen

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