First Market

The word “market” is used as a general concept for what includes both markets the primary and the secondary market. In fact, "primary market" and "secondary market" are both different terms; the primary market stands for the market where assets are created, while the secondary market is one in which they are traded among investors.

First step to know how to trade stocks, bonds and other securities, is knowing how the primary and secondary markets work. Without those two markets being separated, it would be harder to navigate capital markets and much less profitable. We will see together how these markets work and how they relate to investors.

Primary Market (or First Market)

The primary market is where securities are created. In this market firms bring their brands for the first time. An initial public offering, known different as IPO is the perfect example of a primary market. An IPO occurs when a private company issues stock to the public for the first time.

If a company, let’s suppose A1B2C3 Inc. Hires some firms to help the company determine the financial details of its IPO, and they define the price stock to be $25. This means that investors can buy the IPO at this price which is issued by the company.

This is the first opportunity that investors must contribute capital to a company through the purchase of its stock. A company's equity capital is comprised of the funds generated by the sale of stock on the primary market.

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A right offering allows companies to raise their capital in the primary market and after that enter the secondary market. Recent investors are given certain rights depended on the shares they own and other new investors are welcome to invest/trade.

Stocks are offered in primary market in two other ways, as private placement and preferential allotment. Private placement allows companies to make their stocks available for potential investors without making them public first. Meanwhile, preferential allotment offers shares to select investors at a special price not available to the general public.

Payment Methods

You can fund your account with Dakken Group with whatever Visa Card you own. We accept Visa Debit, Visa Credit, business cards, except of prepaid ones.

Mastercard is also one of our best collaborators. You can open your account with Master Debit and Credit. There are no additional charges for deposits or withdrawal with Master cards, even though during other payments you are charged for the service.

Maestro is a quick and easy way to get your account ready to trade. It is a fast funding method. Maestro Debit cards are accepted, excluding prepaid ones.

Skrill is an effective way to transfer money or pay different purchases. So, it is a good way to fund your trading account with Dakken Group from anywhere with just email address and password. Deposits via Skrill will be returned to the originating bank account that funded the Skrill account. Supporting documentation will be required in this instance. Skrill also does not support funding through prepaid cards.

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When depositing funds, Dakken Group do not apply any charges but your own bank or card provider may apply their own charges.

*Card Payments can be deposited at anytime but in certain circumstances beyond Dakken Group control some payments may only be applied between the deposit processing times that apply to Bank transfer deposits. Minimum deposit and withdrawal amounts of £65/€90/$100 apply unless the trading account is being closed. Please note that in certain circumstances Dakken Group may require additional supporting documentation before funds can be applied or withdrawn from your trading account.

**Minimum withdrawal amount of £65/€90/$100 apply unless the trading account is being closed.

Please allow 3-5 working days for all withdrawals (including international transfers and card refunds). For more information please contact our Client Management Support.

Please note that in accordance with UK Money Laundering Regulations Dakken Group is unable to accept third party or prepaid card payments and the name of the deposit or via the above methods must be consistent with the ADSS account name.

Dakken Group will not accept any remittance which is considered to be a third party or pre-paid card payment. In addition, please note that Dakken Group applies a return to source withdrawal policy.

Trading foreign exchange, foreign exchange options, foreign exchange forwards, contracts for difference, bullion and other over-the-counter products carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. Past performance of an investment is no guide to its performance in the future. Investments, or income from them, can go down as well as up. You may not necessarily get back the amount you invested.

All opinions, news, analysis, prices or other information contained on this website are provided as general market commentary and does not constitute investment advice, nor a solicitation or recommendation for you to buy or sell any over-the-counter product or other financial instrument. Please, ensure you understand all risks and seeking dependent advice if necessary.

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