Investing FAQs

  1. What are the dividend reinvestment options for a mutual fund?

  2. Do mutual funds have CUSIP numbers?

  3. How often do target-date funds rebalance?

  4. Do hedge funds manipulate stock prices?

  5. How do mutual fund trades clear and settle?

  6. Does mutual fund manager tenure matter?

  7. Do hedge funds have ISIN numbers?

  8. Which mutual funds have the lowest fees?

  9. Do ETFs pay capital gains?

  10. How does escheatment affect a company's shareholders?

  11. Do hedge funds invest in mutual funds?

  12. How do real estate hedge funds work?

  13. Are Vanguard ETFs commission-free?

  14. Do Vanguard ETFs require a minimum investment?

  15. Can a mutual fund's shares split?

  16. Do hedge funds invest in commodities?

  17. Can mutual funds have beneficiaries?

  18. How much working capital does a small business need?

  19. Is QVC publicly traded? (QVCA, QVCB)

  20. Can mutual fund expense ratios be negative?

  21. Do Vanguard ETFs pay dividends?

  22. Are ETFs considered derivatives?

  23. Are target-date funds (TDFs) actively managed?

  24. Can you buy Vanguard funds through another brokerage?

  25. What does high working capital say about a company's financial prospects?

  26. Do hedge funds invest in bonds?

  27. Have hedge funds eroded market opportunities?

  28. Are hedge funds on the buy side or the sell side?

  29. Can hedge funds outperform the market?

  30. Can you invest in mutual funds on E*TRADE?

  31. Do mutual fund trading costs hurt your bottom line?

  32. Why do ETFs have fees?

  33. What are Vanguard's Admiral Shares?

  34. How can working capital affect a company's finances?

  35. What can working capital be used for?

  36. What are working capital costs?

  37. What happens to the value of a mutual fund when a stock splits?

  38. What does low working capital say about a company's financial prospects?

  39. Do variable annuities guarantee returns of principal?

  40. Can mutual funds use leverage?

  41. What fees are associated with target-date funds?

  42. What are custom target-date funds?

  43. Some of the Best No-load Funds to Consider

  44. Does unearned revenue affect working capital?

  45. Do banks have working capital?

  46. Do nonprofit organizations have working capital?

  47. Can a company's working capital turnover ratio be negative?

  48. Does working capital include prepaid expenses?

  49. Do mutual funds pay interest?

  50. Why is working capital management important to a company?

  51. Do dividends affect working capital?

  52. Who do hedge funds lend money to?

  53. Do mutual funds pay dividends?

  54. How can companies use the cash flow statement to mislead investors?

  55. Does working capital include salaries?

  56. Does working capital include inventory?

  57. Can mutual funds invest in hedge funds?

  58. Why is fiduciary duty so important?

  59. Why do financial advisors have a fiduciary responsibility?

  60. Can mutual funds invest in derivatives?

  61. Are mutual funds considered cash equivalents?

  62. Are mutual funds considered equity securities?

  63. Can mutual funds invest in private equity?

  64. Do mutual fund companies pay taxes?

  65. Are dividends considered an asset?

  66. Can mutual funds invest in options and futures? (RYMBX, GATEX)

  67. Can mutual funds invest in MLPs?

  68. Why do mutual fund companies charge management fees?

  69. Can mutual funds invest in REITs?

  70. Are mutual funds considered liquid assets?

  71. Are mutual funds better than single stocks?

  72. Why do mutual funds require minimum investments?

  73. What is a profit and loss (P&L) statement?

  74. How do I use discounted cash flow (DCF) to value stock?

  75. How do dividends affect the balance sheet?

  76. Who actually declares a dividend?

  77. Why are mutual funds not FDIC-insured?

  78. Where exactly do dividends come from?

  79. Are dividends considered an expense?

  80. Do dividends go on the balance sheet?

  81. Can mutual funds invest in commodities?

  82. Can mutual funds invest in private companies?

  83. Can mutual funds outperform savings accounts?

  84. How do dividends affect retained earnings?

  85. Are stocks real assets?

  86. Do penny stocks pay dividends?

  87. What is the difference between a Debit Order and a Standard Order in a bank reconciliation?

  88. What is the relationship between the current yield and risk?

  89. What are some examples of general and administrative expenses?

  90. How do dividend distributions affect additional paid in capital?

  91. How do futures contracts roll over?

  92. How do I place an order to buy or sell shares?

  93. Is there a difference between financial spread betting and arbitrage? (AAPL, NFLX)

  94. When does the fixed charge coverage ratio suggest that a company should stop borrowing money?

  95. Why can additional paid in capital never have a negative balance?

  96. Why would a corporation issue convertible bonds?

  97. Does index trading increase market vulnerability?

  98. What does a high turnover ratio signify for an investment fund? (KNOW)

  99. When does the holding period on a stock dividend start?

  100. What is the difference between the return on total assets and an interest rate?

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