Any item of economic value that a person or entity owns, benefits from, or has use of in generating income.
Assets can generally be converted to cash, but economic circumstances often determine whether the asset can be sold at fair value.
Some common examples of assets are cash, stocks, paid-for real estate, inventory, office equipment, jewelry, artwork, or other property of value that can be counted towards a person’s estate or a corporation’s balance sheet.
Real estate investments fall into a wide spectrum of subsets. You can invest in residential property, commercial, etc.
A SIMPLE IRA is a type of retirement plan for small businesses
SIMPLE IRA contributions and earnings may be withdrawn at any time, but there are certain penalties that apply
A stock portfolio is a collection of diversified financial investments like stocks, bonds, and ETFs, which traders invest in to make a profit.
The analysis of divergence between indexes seeks to find leading indicators where there is confirmation of trends
Hyperinflation is when a rate of inflation grows exponentially, and a currency is rapidly devalued
Dividend ETFs invest primarily in preferred stock and stocks that pay regular dividends. Strategically, they tend to...
The Symmetrical Triangle Top pattern forms when a stock price fails to retest a high or low and forms two trend lines
Bonds are divided into a several categories, and it is possible to get substantial diversification within a bond...
The Gordon Growth Model is also known as the dividend discount model (DDM). It is a model for pricing a stock