Markets FAQs

  1. When does a primary market become a secondary market?

  2. What is the difference between a Nostro and a Vostro account?

  3. Why should investors care about risk weighted assets of a bank?

  4. Where did the term 'Nostro' account come from?

  5. Why is the automotive sector a good choice for value investing?

  6. If my brother-in-law, who works at a pharmaceutical company, tells me about his research ...

  7. What is the best way for my startup to have sustainable growth?

  8. What is the breakdown of subjects covered on the Series 6 exam?

  9. What is the difference between a banker's acceptance and a post-dated check?

  10. What are the major types of insurance policies that insurance companies will offer?

  11. What is the average annual dividend yield of companies in the chemicals sector?

  12. What is the average range for the price-to-earnings ratio in the electronics sector?

  13. What business structures expose entrepreneurs to unlimited liability?

  14. What are some of the well-known no-load funds?

  15. What role does the 'chip cycle' play in the electronics sector?

  16. For what reasons are electronics stocks commonly purchased by a value investor?

  17. Why is marketing important to a company in the utilities sector?

  18. What are the benefits of investing in a money market fund?

  19. What are some examples of operations management in healthcare?

  20. What is the difference between a money market fund and a savings account?

  21. When is a bond's coupon rate and yield to maturity the same?

  22. What are the benefits and shortfalls of the Herfindahl-Hirschman Index?

  23. How do I calculate the Macaulay duration of a zero-coupon bond in Excel?

  24. How are direct costs allocated differently than indirect costs?

  25. What is the difference between Macaulay duration and modified duration?

  26. How is the Macaulay duration related to fixed income markets?

  27. How often should I measure my company's key performance metrics (KPIs)?

  28. What are the different ways I can file my income tax return?

  29. What is the Activities of Daily Living (ADL) hierarchy scale?

  30. What business risks ultimately caused Enron's collapse?

  31. What sectors are best for an investor seeking a high annual return?

  32. What are some examples of horizontal integration?

  33. How does monetary policy influence the Fisher effect?

  34. What is the average debt/equity ratio for the Internet sector?

  35. How do you calculate payback period using Excel?

  36. What are the early warning signs of a tech bubble?

  37. How does an entrepreneur choose a business structure?

  38. In what ways does Bayesian probability support the probability default model when ...

  39. What economic factors influence corporate bond yields?

  40. What are the typical day-to-day responsibilities of a Chief Operating Officer (COO)?

  41. What is the difference between earnings per share (EPS) and diluted EPS?

  42. What economic indicators are important to consider when investing in the banking ...

  43. What factors are the primary drivers of banks' share prices?

  44. Why is a company's diluted EPS always lower than its simple EPS?

  45. What developed countries have the highest concentration in the banking sector?

  46. How does investing in banks in emerging markets compare to developed countries?

  47. How does the division of regional and national banks affect investing in the banking ...

  48. What happens when a security reaches its strike price?

  49. Which sectors have similar pros and cons to the drugs sector?

  50. What is the difference between an accretive transaction and a dilutive transaction?

  51. When was the first swap agreement and why were swaps created?

  52. How do I change my strike price once the trade has been placed already?

  53. How does a company decide whether it wants to engage in a leveraged buyout of another ...

  54. What is 'capital' in relation to the factors of production?

  55. How valuable is the forward rate as an overall economic indicator?

  56. Under what circumstances might a company decide to do a hostile takeover?

  57. How does the equity risk premium correlate with the Federal Reserve's prime rate?

  58. What are the most popular and useful measures of credit spread?

  59. If I write a blog post about stocks I own, is that considered insider trading?

  60. What incentives are there for a given country to enforce sustainable growth rate ...

  61. How does a share premium account appear on a balance sheet?

  62. How do I calculate the capital to risk weight assets ratio for a bank in Excel?

  63. What can I use the Rule of 70 for?

  64. Should I invest in penny stocks or large cap stocks for my retirement portfolio?

  65. What is the best ETF for trading mid-cap stocks?

  66. What is the best ETN for trading mid-cap stocks?

  67. Is it more beneficial to invest in a blue chip stock or a penny stock?

  68. What is the difference between speculation and hedging?

  69. What is the difference between structural unemployment and cyclical unemployment?

  70. How does automated work affect structural unemployment rates?

  71. What are some securities that have spot rates?

  72. How did the Great Recession affect structural unemployment?

  73. What are the key differences between pro forma statements and GAAP statements?

  74. What factors are most important to mezzanine financiers?

  75. Are stop orders only used for stocks?

  76. How are risk profiles and speculation related?

  77. In which industries are mergers and acquisitions most common?

  78. How can I generate a yield from stocks in the Internet sector that do not pay a dividend?

  79. What securities can I use to engage in speculation of an asset while limiting my ...

  80. What is the difference between underwriting and investment income for an insurance ...

  81. How can you calculate Book Value Of Equity Per Share (BVPS) in Excel?

  82. What are the benefits of using open interest as an indicator?

  83. What does passing the Series 6 enable me to do?

  84. How do changes in interest rates affect M2?

  85. How can I profit from a decline of stock prices in the insurance sector?

  86. What is the difference between open interest and volume?

  87. What governments have used the human development index (HDI) to set policy?

  88. How can central banks use open market operations to manipulate short-term interest ...

  89. What does a rising open interest on a stock signal?

  90. How is the spot price related to a derivative's notional value?

  91. What options strategies are best suited for investing in the chemicals sector?

  92. What is the difference between notional value and market value?

  93. What risk factors should investors consider before purchasing a callable bond?

  94. Why are growth investors attracted to the chemicals sector?

  95. Which stage of the economic cycle is most favorable for the chemicals sector?

  96. How does an investor make money on a zero coupon bond?

  97. What are some common markets where notional value is used?

  98. What are the main differences between a mixed economic system and pure capitalism?

  99. How can I calculate the forward p/e of the S&P 500?

  100. How can an investor profit from a fall in the chemicals sector?

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