In the financial market it’s possible to invest in a wide variety of financial products. A main distinction is made between stocks and bonds. Stocks allow investers to participate in a company through shareholdings. Issuing shares allows a company to raise capital. Bonds, on the other hand, are debt instruments that are issued on the market by some commercial enterprises or governments in order to collect resources. There are other very different financial products that differ on the basis of many criteria: the lender, the place of negotiation, the composition, the return and the risk, the markets of origin, the goods sector, maturities, etc.