The DAX is an index tracking performance of German stocks.
The DAX is an index that tracks the 30 largest capitalization stocks that trade on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in Germany. The index is capitalization weighted, but since it is so narrow it is more comparable to the Dow Jones than the S&P 500.
It does not necessarily give a thorough indication of how the German economy is performing.
A naked put is when a put option contract writer or short-seller does not have the resources on hand to cover the position
Some annuities have death benefit riders that may give your beneficiaries more than was actually in your account
401(k) plans typically allow loans to be taken, so that investors don’t have to pay taxes or an early-withdrawal penalty
An investor may be able to save money in management fees self-managing, but there are also limitations and risks
Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) uses an estimated future cash flow amount and a Discount Rate to determine the Present Value
Fully Diluted Shares are used to show how much the existing shares of common stock could potentially be diluted
Future Value is the hypothetical value of an investment at a specific date in the future
Account reconcilement is the act of comparing and affirming multiple records of the same financial information
The Federal Housing Finance Association is the Conservator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac since the 2008 meltdown
Mining is the act of letting one’s computer run what’s known as the “hash function” over and over and over in an attempt to crack the codes on the blocks that need validation