Mount Vema Stock Exchange
The Gollexi is where the issuing and trading of equities (stocks of publicly held companies), bonds and other sorts of securities of Mount Vema takes place, through formal exchanges. Also known as the Mount Vema Stock Exchange, the market is one of the most vital components of the Mount Vema economy, as it provides companies with access to capital in exchange for giving investors a slice of ownership.
Central Bank Interest Rate: 3.45%
Bonds, Notes and Bills
10 Year Bonds | 5 Year Notes | 6 Month Bills | 3 Month Bills | 1 Month Bills
Anyone can trade in the Stock Market
Join the many different players associated with the market. Stockbrokers | Traders | Stock Analysts | Portfolio Managers | Investment Bankers |
The stock market is split into two main sections
The Primary Market
The Primary Market is where new issues are first sold through initial public offerings (IPOs). Here, institutional investors purchase most of these shares from investment banks; the worth of the company "going public" and the amount of shares being issued determine the opening stock price of the IPO. All subsequent trading goes on in the secondary market.
The Secondary Market
The Secondary Market, is where participants include both institutional and individual investors. (A company uses money raised from its IPO to grow, but once its stock starts trading, it does not receive funds from the buying and selling of its shares). Stocks are usually traded through exchanges, held in electronic form, not as physical certificates.
The Mount Vema Securities and Exchange Council (MVSEC) is the regulatory body charged with overseeing the activities of the Gollexi. An agency with the mission to protect investors, maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets, and facilitate capital formation.
Remember that trading in the stock market can result in the loss of your entire capital. Please ensure you fully understand the risks involved.