A closed-end fund is a collective investment model where a company raises a fixed amount of capital through a share offering.
It’s also known as a closed-end investment, and it trades on a stock exchange just like a stock. Closed-end funds that are managed generally tend to focus on a specific sector or segment of the market.
What is an Open-End Fund?
What Should I Know About IPOs?
Should I Buy IPOs For My Portfolio?
Absolutely – this is what separates them from traditional pension plans. Many participants opt to take this lump sum
Start basic, and just open a savings account at a bank or create a brokerage account at a major custodian like Fidelity
Asset Turnover is a ratio of the value of a company’s sales or revenues relative to the value of its assets
A Bill of Sale is essentially a trumped-up receipt, unless you are in England. It is a document affirming ownership
Cash Flow-to-Debt Ratio compares the size of a company’s cash flow from operations to the size of its debt
Cash flow after taxes (CFAT) is nearly the same thing as EBITDA, but with taxes left in
Market research is the process of evaluating a possible opportunity for entering into a market with a new product
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) is an independent government agency that regulates the futures market
Simply put, a downtrend occurs when the successive peaks of a security's price are trending downward in stock trading
Fourier Analysis is used to compute the probability that results will be within a certain range