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  1. Economics

    What Is Supply?

    Supply is the amount of goods a producer is willing to produce at a given price, and is one of the most basic concepts in economics.
  2. Economics

    Explaining the EBITDA Margin

    EBITDA margin can provide an investor with a cleaner view of a company's core profitability.
  3. Economics

    What Part of the Money Supply is M2?

    M2 is the part of the money supply economists use to analyze and predict inflation.
  4. Economics

    Understanding Green Field Investments

    A green field investment refers to a company, usually a large multi-national corporation, building a new facility in a foreign country.
  5. Economics

    Modified Internal Rate of Return (MIRR)

    Modified internal rate of return (MIRR) is a variant of the more traditional internal rate of return calculation.
  6. Investing Basics

    What's the Primary Market?

    The primary markets are where investors can get first crack at a new security issuance.
  7. Economics

    Explaining Cash On Delivery

    Cash on delivery, also referred to as COD, is a method of shipping goods to buyers who do not have credit terms with the seller.
  8. Entrepreneurship

    What is Unlimited Liability?

    Unlimited liability means that the owners of a business are liable for the entire amount of debt and obligations of that business.
  9. Investing Basics

    Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS)

    Treasury inflation-protected securities are treasury securities that make adjustments for inflation as reflected in the Consumer Price Index.
  10. Economics

    Understanding Structural Unemployment

    Structural unemployment is an economic miss-match where workers fail to find jobs and employers with available jobs fail to find workers.
  11. Credit & Loans

    What's a Revolving Line of Credit?

    A revolving line of credit is an arrangement made between a company or an individual and a bank to borrow money on a short-term basis.
  12. Savings

    Explaining Checking Accounts

    A checking account is an account at a financial institution, usually a bank, that allows for deposits and withdrawals.
  13. Investing Basics

    What is the Coupon?

    In the financial world, “coupon” represents the interest rate on a bond.
  14. Investing Basics

    Explaining the Coupon Rate

    Coupon rate is the stated interest rate on a fixed income security.
  15. Investing Basics

    What is Cyclical Stock?

    A cyclical stock is an equity security whose price is affected by ups and downs in the overall economy.
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