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  1. 3 ETFs to Buy Following Net Neutrality Repeal

    Telecommunication conglomerates are set to benefit from the removal of net neutrality laws. Discover three ETFs to gain exposure ...
  2. The Right Time to Change From Mutual Funds to ETFs

    Find out how to determine when it's the right time for you to switch from mutual funds to ETFs, including the benefits of ...
  3. Top 5 Value ETFs of 2018

    Value ETFs can outperform the market if money managers choose stocks wisely.
  4. Top 4 Brazil ETFs for 2018

    Four Brazil ETFs producing top returns for emerging market investors.
  5. PIPE Deal

    Signifying "Private Investment in Public Equity," a PIPE deal is one in which publicly traded assets are sold privately, ...
  6. Hybrid Annuity

    A hybrid annuity allows buyers to purchase fixed-rate and variable annuity components as part of the same investment vehicle.
  1. When Is a Put Option Considered to Be 'in the Money?'

    Learn about put options, how these financial derivatives work and when put options are considered to be in the money related ...
  2. How AbbVie Makes its Money

    An in-depth look at Abbott Labs spinoff AbbVie and how it became a $144 billion company.
  3. How McDonald's Makes its Money

    McDonald’s is a massive global fast food empire. See how they got that way.
  4. The Top 5 Disney Individual Shareholders

    The top individual shareholders of Walt Disney Company for 2018 and their connections to the hugely successful media corporation.
  5. How Domino's Stock Has Risen over 2000% since 2010 (DPZ,AAPL,GOOG)

    What is the secret sauce that has made Domino's one of the best performing stocks on the S&P since 2010?
  6. Athens Stock Exchange - ATHEX

    The Athens Stock Exchange, also known as ASE or ATHEX, is a stock exchange located in Athens, Greece.
  1. How Financial Advisors Can Adjust to Robo-advisors

    Advisors wary of robo-advisors should consider cutting their fees, being more tech-savvy and providing more specialized and ...
  2. Robo-Advisor (Robo-Adviser)

    Robo-advisors are digital platforms that provide automated, algorithm-driven financial planning services with little to no ...
  3. Schwab's New Robo-Advisor

    Schwab may not be the first company to offer a robo-advisor, but it's sure to make a big splash. Here's what it'll look like.
  4. What's the Best Robo-Advisor?

    Which robo-advisor is right for you? There are many factors to consider, including the breadth of services, ease of use and ...
  5. Robo-Advisors and a Human Touch: Better Together?

    Combining the services of traditional advisors and robo-advisors can offer the best of both worlds. But where does one start ...
  6. How to Evaluate a Robo-advisor (SCHW)

    With the addition of robo-advisors, investors have a variety of new choices when it comes to how they find help in managing ...
  1. Canadian Originated Preferred Securities - COPrS

    A long-term Canadian issued subordinated debt instrument, COPrS (pronounced "coppers") is a derivative equity security invented ...
  2. A Holistic Approach to Retirement Income

    Total return income planning takes a holistic approach to managing your retirement savings.
  3. Obligor

    An obligor, also known as a debtor, is a person or entity who is legally or contractually obliged to provide a benefit or ...
  4. What Is the Effect of Price Inelasticity on Demand?

    Find out how price inelasticity of demand shows the relationship between demand and price when the price of an inelastic ...
  5. Sight Letter Of Credit

    A sight letter of credit is a document that verifies the payment of goods or services, payable once it is presented along ...
  6. How Can I Calculate Convexity in Excel?

    Learn how to approximate the effective convexity of a bond using Microsoft Excel using a modified and simpler version of ...
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  1. Platykurtic

    Platykurtic is a particular type of statistical distribution where the points along the X-axis are highly dispersed.
  2. Marginal Profit

    Marginal profit is the profit earned by a firm or individual when one additional unit is produced and sold.
  3. Fixed Cost

    A fixed cost is an expense that remains the same regardless of an increase or decrease in the number of goods or services ...
  4. The Average Price-Earnings Ratio in the Retail Sector

    Find out about the retail sector's average price-earnings ratio, or P/E ratio, and average P/E for companies in the seven ...
  5. What Are Some of the Top Hostile Takeovers of All-Time?

    Learn about some of the most noteworthy hostile takeovers in history, including the KKR acquisition of RJR Nabisco and the ...
  6. General Equilibrium Theory

    General equilibrium theory studies supply and demand fundamentals in an economy with multiple markets, showing that all prices ...
  1. Fixed Cost

    A fixed cost is an expense that remains the same regardless of an increase or decrease in the number of goods or services ...
  2. General Equilibrium Theory

    General equilibrium theory studies supply and demand fundamentals in an economy with multiple markets, showing that all prices ...
  3. Shutdown Point

    A shutdown point is one at which a company experiences no benefit for continuing operations and shuts down temporarily.
  4. Price Risk

    Price risk is the risk of a decline in the value of a security or a portfolio.
  5. Power-Distance Index - PDI

    The power-distance index (PDI) is an index that measures the distribution of power and wealth between people in a nation, ...
  6. Neutrality Of Money

    The neutrality of money is an economic theory that states that changes in the aggregate money supply only affect nominal ...
Hot Definitions
  1. Portfolio

    A portfolio is a grouping of financial assets such as stocks, bonds and cash equivalents, also their mutual, exchange-traded ...
  2. Gross Profit

    Gross profit is the profit a company makes after deducting the costs of making and selling its products, or the costs of ...
  3. Diversification

    Diversification is the strategy of investing in a variety of securities in order to lower the risk involved with putting ...
  4. Intrinsic Value

    Intrinsic value is the perceived or calculated value of a company, including tangible and intangible factors, and may differ ...
  5. Current Assets

    Current assets is a balance sheet item that represents the value of all assets that can reasonably expected to be converted ...
  6. Volatility

    Volatility measures how much the price of a security, derivative, or index fluctuates.
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