The debt ratio is crucial for determining a company’s financial standing, and should be considered by potential investors. To calculate the debt ratio, one only needs to divide total liabilities (i.e. long-term and short-term liabilities) by total assets.
Stock prices change based on the law of supply and demand. Ultimately, as with the price of any good or service, the...
Roth 401(k) contributions have the same limits as regular 401(k) contributions. Which, in 2016, is $18,000
Duration refers to the amount of time before a fixed income product will return the investment (principal and interest)
Meaning: OTC (over-the-counter) stocks are bought and sold outside an official stock exchange, via a dealer network.
A penny Stock is a term for equity shares valued below $5, many of which are not registered with the SEC and trade OTC
The fixed assets to net worth ratio is a calculation intended to measure the solvency of a company
A rate swap is an over-the-counter contract between two institutions to trade the cash flows on two principal amounts
A takeover is an acquisition done through the procurement of enough equity interest to govern a company from the B of D
A home mortgage is a long-term loan for the purchase of a home, secured by the value of the home itself
An income property is a piece of developed commercial or residential real estate that is used by a third party tenant