A debenture is a non-secured loan, meaning that it is not backed by collateral or other assets. In other words, it is a loan backed by general credit.
Corporations and governments issue debentures regularly, and an example of a government debenture would be a U.S. Treasury.
Straddles are options strategies that use both a call and put on the same underlying asset at the same strike price
SEPs are funded entirely by employer contributions, and these contributions are immediately vested for the employee
Contributions for Money Purchase & Profit Sharing plans come entirely from the employer, and must be before the deadline
An investment club is a group that organizes itself for the purpose of pooling dollars and participating in the market
Once you have acquired bitcoin, you will want to make sure that you store it in a secure fashion that suits your taste and needs
Due diligence is the responsibility to research all pertinent information about the parties involved prior to doing business
Paid-up capital is the money (‘capital’) collected by a company from issuing shares of their stock
A letter of credit is a provided by a bank on behalf of the buyer, to ensure the seller that payments will be made
Chapter 12 is a category of bankruptcy filing that can be made by a family farmer. It is similar to chapter 13
Nominal value is the original stated value of a security or asset, before it undergoes time value calculations