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An investor is an individual who allocates capital in anticipation of a future financial return (profit) or an advantage (interest). Through this allocated capital, the investor buys some types of property most of the time. Investment types include equity, debt securities, real estate, infrastructure, currency, commodity, token, derivatives such as options for placement and call, futures, forward, etc. This definition does not distinguish between primary and secondary market investors. That is, both investors are someone who offers capital to a business and someone who buys a stock.
A shareholder is an investor that owns a stock. In anticipation of gain, but recognizing a greater than average chance of loss, the assumption of risk. The term "speculation" implies that it is possible to analyze and measure a business or investment risk, and its distinction from the term "investment" constitutes a degree of risk. It differs from gambling, which relies on random results. Investors may include stock traders, but with this distinctive feature: investors are owners of a business that includes responsibilities. The term 'investor security' refers to the entity's efforts and activities to value, safeguard and implement, in its position as an investor, the rights and claims of the individual. The presumption of a need for security is founded on the experience that, due to a lack of technical expertise, information, or experience, financial investors are typically structurally inferior to providers of financial services and goods.
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