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  1. Endowment

    An endowment is a donation of money or property to a nonprofit organization, which uses the resulting investment income for ...
  2. Primary Offering

    A primary offering is the first issuance of stock from a private company for public sale.
  3. How to Set up a Trust Fund If You're Not Rich

    You don't need to be wealthy to create your own trust fund. Here's why and how to go about it.
  4. Policyholder Surplus

    Policyholder surplus are assets of a mutual insurance company minus liabilities; it's one indicator of an insurance company’s ...
  5. Removing the Barriers to Successful Investing

    Learn how to stop using emotion and bad habits to make your stock picks.
  6. Business Insurance

    Business insurance coverage protects businesses from losses due to events that may occur during the normal course of business.
  1. Endowment

    An endowment is a donation of money or property to a nonprofit organization, which uses the resulting investment income for ...
  2. Primary Offering

    A primary offering is the first issuance of stock from a private company for public sale.
  3. Policyholder Surplus

    Policyholder surplus are assets of a mutual insurance company minus liabilities; it's one indicator of an insurance company’s ...
  4. Banks Have No Plan For New Financial Crisis: Harvard's Rogoff

    Ticking Time Bomb: Big banks and central banks may be unprepared to deal with a new financial crisis
  5. Reinsurer

    A reinsurer is a company that provides financial protection to insurance companies.
  6. Re-Offer Price

    A re-offer price is the price at which the underwriting syndicate of a debt issue resells bonds to public investors.
  1. Pre-Provision Operating Profit - PPOP

    Pre-provision operating profit (PPOP) is the amount of income a bank or similar type of financial institution earns in a ...
  2. Primary Offering

    A primary offering is the first issuance of stock from a private company for public sale.
  3. eCash

    eCash is an internet-based system which facilitates the transfer of funds anonymously.
  4. Vacation Home

    Vacation homes are dwellings aside from the primary residence that may be used as rentals or for recreation.
  5. Automatic Transfer Service - ATS

    An automatic transfer service (or ATS) is a banking service which generally describes the overdraft protection for customer ...
  6. Sometimes It Pays to Borrow from Your 401(k)

    401(k) loans have been demonized, but they're often the most beneficial source of cash.
  1. Probability Density Function - PDF

    Probability density function is a statistical expression defining a probability distribution for a continuous, as opposed ...
  2. Three Historic Breakouts In The U.S. Stock Market Today

    These three stocks are suddenly breaking out of 20 years bases, signaling higher highs to come.
  3. European Currency Quotation

    A European currency quotation is an indirect quotation in the foreign exchange markets whereby the value of a foreign currency ...
  4. Inside Market

    The inside market is the spread between the highest bid price and lowest ask price in a quoted financial product.
  5. Reflexivity

    Reflexivity is the theory that investors' perceptions affect that environment, which in turn changes investor perceptions. ...
  6. Pork Bellies

    Pork bellies are the cut of pork that comes from the belly of a pig. Pork bellies were previously traded in the futures market, ...
  1. Capital One Financial Reports $1.05 Billion Quarterly Loss

    U.S. credit card issuer Capital One Financial Corp reported a fourth-quarter loss of $1.05 billion on a provision for income ...
  2. Distribution Network

    A distribution network is a company's interconnected group of storage facilities and transportation systems that moves physical ...
  3. Gordon Gekko

    A fictional villain in the movie "Wall Street," Gordon Gekko is seen as a symbol for greed.
  4. Probability Density Function - PDF

    Probability density function is a statistical expression defining a probability distribution for a continuous, as opposed ...
  5. Audit Committee

    An audit committee is one of the main operating committees of a company's board of directors in charge of overseeing financial ...
  6. Australia Shares Seen Edging Up; NZ Rises

    Australian shares are poised to edge higher on Wednesday, inspired by gains on Wall Street, while weaker iron ore and base ...
  1. Capital One Financial Reports $1.05 Billion Quarterly Loss

    U.S. credit card issuer Capital One Financial Corp reported a fourth-quarter loss of $1.05 billion on a provision for income ...
  2. Australia Shares Seen Edging Up; NZ Rises

    Australian shares are poised to edge higher on Wednesday, inspired by gains on Wall Street, while weaker iron ore and base ...
  3. Proxy Voting Gives Fund Shareholders a Say

    You have the right to take part in important company decisions by proxy.
  4. Online Lender SoFi Nabs Twitter Executive Noto as CEO

    Wall Street banker turned Silicon Valley executive Anthony Noto has left Twitter Inc to become chief executive officer of ...
  5. Opinion: The Twitter Egg Is Not a Management Strategy

    It’s bad enough that Twitter has half a boss. Jack Dorsey oversees not just the $17 billion social network, but also online-payments ...
  6. Tesla Sets Massive Stock Awards for Musk Based on Boosting Market Value

    Silicon Valley billionaire Elon Musk could earn as much as $55.8 billion in Tesla Inc stock and own more than a quarter of ...
  1. Active Index Fund

    Active index funds track an index fund with an additional layer of active manager to yield greater returns than the underlying ...
  2. Sometimes It Pays to Borrow from Your 401(k)

    401(k) loans have been demonized, but they're often the most beneficial source of cash.
  3. How to Set up a Trust Fund If You're Not Rich

    You don't need to be wealthy to create your own trust fund. Here's why and how to go about it.
  4. Debt Buyer

    If a debt becomes delinquent, and the lender sees few options for recovery, they might sell the account to a debt buyer.
  5. What are the pros/cons of naming a trust as the beneficiary of a retirement account?

    Basically, naming a trust as the beneficiary of a retirement account depends on how many people you want the account's proceeds ...
  6. Don't Overlook Your Estate Plan During a Divorce

    Updating an estate plan shouldn't be overlooked when going through a divorce.
  1. Bitcoin Has A Regulation Problem

    Bitcoin, which has run afoul of regulators around the world, is slowly being accepted by some government agencies.
  2. Should You Short Ripple?

    The question of “to short, or not to short” comes down to investors’ preferred trading time horizon.
  3. SEC Blocks Bitcoin ETFs Again: Rejected Winklevoss Bid In 2017

    The SEC has rejected multiple requests to allow exchange-traded funds for bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
  4. Bitcoin Cash Trading Pairs Launched on Crypto Exchange

    KuCoin, a multi-cryptocurrency exchange based in Hong Kong, launched several bitcoin cash trading pairs.
  5. Bitcoin Price Continues Slide

    Bitcoin's price plunged 4% from 24 hours ago, dropping to as low as $9,972.29 per coin. Is the bubble bursting?
  6. Will Bitcoin Price Reach $100,000 This Year?

    An analyst at Saxo Bank believes bitcoin's price could hit $100,000 in 2018. Is this prediction wise or wacky?
Hot Definitions
  1. Earnings Per Share - EPS

    Earnings per share (EPS) is the portion of a company's profit allocated to each outstanding share of common stock.
  2. Trustee

    A person or firm that holds or administers property or assets for the benefit of a third party. A trustee may be appointed ...
  3. Gross Domestic Product - GDP

    GDP is the monetary value of all the finished goods and services produced within a country's borders in a specific time period, ...
  4. Debt/Equity Ratio

    The D/E ratio indicates how much debt a company is using to finance its assets relative to the value of shareholders’ equity.
  5. Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF)

    A security that tracks an index, a commodity or a basket of assets like an index fund, but trades like a stock on an exchange.
  6. Net Present Value - NPV

    Net Present Value (NPV) is the difference between the present value of cash inflows and the present value of cash outflows ...
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