What is the difference between bond and stock?

QuestionsWhat is the difference between bond and stock?
Akshaj Singh asked 1 month ago
   
3 Answers
Deepak Goyal answered 1 month ago
Bonds are debt securities issued by companies or governments. They are often used as a way to raise capital from investors. Stock is the ownership of a company in exchange for shares of the company's common stock. Bonds and stock are two different types of investments that have different characteristics and uses. Bonds are debt securities, meaning you will not own any equity in the company you invest in. Stock is ownership of a company in exchange for shares of the company’s common stock, which gives you partial ownership of the business and its profits.  
Priya Vishwas answered 1 month ago
Bonds are securities that have a fixed interest rate, while stocks have an interest rate that fluctuates. Bonds are typically issued by governments or companies and usually involve the promise of repayment with interest. Stocks represent ownership in a company and can be bought and sold on the stock market.  
Nikhil Rawat answered 1 month ago
Bonds are debt instruments issued by governments, companies, and local municipalities. They are generally considered to be safer than stocks. Stock is a security that represents ownership in a company. A stock certificate is proof of the owner’s equity in the company. The most common type of stock is traded on an exchange where investors can buy or sell shares at a fixed price.