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  1. Black Economy

    The black economy is a segment of a country's economic activity that originates outside of the country's rules and regulations ...
  2. Simulating stock prices using excel

    Here, we'll use the average of the change in log prices, volatility, normal distribution and Excel to formulate the future ...
  3. Mutual Funds: Management Fees Vs. MER

    Having a clear understanding of the fees charged by a mutual fund is a significant component to making an informed investment ...
  4. Dual Pricing

    Dual pricing is the practice of setting prices at different levels for the same product or service.
  5. Strong Buy

    A strong buy is a type of recommendation given by analysts for a stock that is expected to dramatically outperform the market ...
  6. Ex-Rights

    Ex-rights are stock shares that are trading but without rights attached because they've either expired, been transferred ...
  7. Monopolist

    A monopolist is an individual, group or company that controls all of the market for a particular good or service.
  8. Financialization

    Financialization refers to the increase in size and importance of a country's financial sector relative to its overall economy. ...
  9. Contestable Market Theory

    Contestable market theory is an economic concept that refers to a market in which there are only a few companies that behave ...
  10. Pent Up Demand

    Pent up demand is when demand for a service or product is unusually strong.
  11. Why Big Biotech Stocks May Get An Earnings Boost

    Big Bounce: Big biotech stocks may surge on better-than-expected quarterly results
  12. The Fundamentals of Financial Plans

    Charles Schwab's Executive Vice President of Investor Relations, Terri Kallsen, shares how a financial plan makes a critical ...
  13. Data Sharing is a Risk to You and Your Clients

    FINRA recently issued a strongly-worded warning to investment companies and investors about the dangers of sharing account ...
  14. Virtual Assistant

    A virtual assistant is an independent contractor who provides administrative services to clients while operating outside ...
  15. Interpositioning

    Interpositioning, in a securities transaction, refers to the illegal practice of employing a second broker in order to generate ...
  16. Advisors, Can You Answer the Impact Call?

    It's time for advisors to step up and answer the call to provide their clients with impact investments.
  17. The ESG Data Revolution

    Advisors that want to participate in the ESG data revolution should consider how the ESG Specialist role can best support ...
  18. Marshalling Resources to Bring About Change

    Current events have mobilized investors intent on aligning their portfolios with their social convictions, values, and personal ...
  19. Quarter-To-Date (QTD)

    Quarter-to-date is a time interval that captures all relevant company activity between the start of the current quarter and ...
  20. Quote-Driven Market

    A quote driven market is a security trading system in which prices are set by bid and ask quotations made by market makers, ...
  21. Dismal Science

    Dismal science is a term coined by Scottish writer, essayist and historian Thomas Carlyle to describe the discipline of economics.
  22. Fourth World

    Fourth world refers to the most underdeveloped, poverty stricken, and economically troubled parts of countries in the Third ...
  23. Broad-Based Index

    A broad-based index is designed to reflect the movement of the entire market; one example of a broad-based index is the Dow ...
  24. 7 business audiobooks to listen to on your commute

    Defeat procrastination, motivate yourself and launch your first startup by listening to these seven audiobooks during your ...
  25. Being a venture capitalist: A How-to Guide

    So you want to be a venture capitalist? Learn what it takes, find out what you need to know, where to start, and what kind ...
  26. 7 Stock Picks With Giant Upside: Goldman

    Green Pastures: DISH, AbbVie, Hasbro and other stocks are poised to flourish
  27. Chapter 10

    Chapter 10 was a type of corporate bankruptcy filing that was retired due to its complexity; its key parts were revised and ...
  28. Coopetition

    Coopetition happens when companies engage in both competition and cooperation to achieve some sort of mutual benefit.
  29. ISM Non-Manufacturing Index

    The ISM non-manufacturing index is based on surveys of more than 400 non-manufacturing firms' purchasing and supply executives ...
  30. Order Driven Market

    An order driven market is where buyers and sellers display their intended buy or sell prices, along with amounts of a security ...
  31. Money Illusion

    Money illusion is an economic theory that states how some people have an illusory picture of their wealth and income based ...
  32. Classical Growth Theory

    Classical growth theory argues that economic growth will end because of an increasing population and limited resources.
  33. Gentlemen's Agreement

    A gentlemen's agreement is an unwritten agreement or transaction backed only by the integrity of the counterparty to actually ...
  34. Why These 4 Big Tech Stocks Are Bargains

    Big Upside: Apple, Alphabet, Amazon and Facebook are bargains, says one analyst
  35. A Primer on Philanthropic Vehicles

    Philanthropy and charitable giving are important to many of your clients and this is an area where you can differentiate ...
  36. Wage Earner Plan (Chapter 13 Bankruptcy)

    A wage earner plan (Chapter 13 Bankruptcy) enables individuals with a regular income to restructure their obligations to ...
  37. Personal Service Corporation

    A personal service corporation is a corporation that is created for the purpose of providing personal services to individuals ...
  38. Triggering Term

    A triggering term is a word or phrase that when used in advertising literature requires the presentation of the terms of ...
  39. Froth

    Froth refers to market conditions preceding an actual market bubble, where asset prices become detached from their underlying ...
  40. Poverty Gap

    Poverty gap is the average shortfall of the total population from the poverty line. This measurement is used to reflect the ...
  41. Market Distortion

    Market distortion is an economic scenario that occurs when there is an intervention in a given market by a governing body. ...
  42. Choke Price

    Choke price is an economic term used to describe the lowest price at which the quantity demanded of a good is equal to zero. ...
  43. 6 Chips Stocks Ready to Rebound

    Chip equipment stocks are poised to outperform amid strong industry demand
  44. Is Fee-based or commission-based investment advisor better?

    Out of the many types of advisors, understand the difference between fee-based and commission-based Investment advisor. Find ...
  45. How to Create the Best Content for Social Media

    Each social media platform has a different audience. Here's how to tailor your content accordingly.
  46. MSCI EMU Index

    The MSCI EMU Index is a market capitalization weighted index maintained by Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI).
  47. Russell 2500 Index

    The Russell 2500 Index is a broad index, featuring 2,500 stocks that cover the small- and mid-cap market capitalizations.
  48. Retail Price Index (RPI)

    The Retail Price Index (RPI) is one of the two main measures of consumer inflation produced by the United Kingdom's Office ...
  49. Dow Divisor

    The Dow Divisor is a numerical value computed by Dow Jones Indexes that is used to calculate the level of the Dow Jones Industrial ...
  50. Know the Latest IRS Scams

    How do IRS scammers go about stealing your personal information? Their methods include hacking, malicious software and psychological ...
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  1. Initial Public Offering - IPO

    The first sale of stock by a private company to the public. IPOs are often issued by companies seeking the capital to expand ...
  2. Cost of Goods Sold - COGS

    Cost of goods sold (COGS) is the direct costs attributable to the production of the goods sold in a company.
  3. Profit and Loss Statement (P&L)

    A financial statement that summarizes the revenues, costs and expenses incurred during a specified period of time, usually ...
  4. Monte Carlo Simulation

    Monte Carlo simulations are used to model the probability of different outcomes in a process that cannot easily be predicted ...
  5. Price Elasticity of Demand

    Price elasticity of demand is a measure of the change in the quantity demanded or purchased of a product in relation to its ...
  6. Sharpe Ratio

    The Sharpe ratio is the average return earned in excess of the risk-free rate per unit of volatility or total risk.
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