The expense ratio is the annual management fee charged to shareholders by ETFs and mutual funds. The annual fee typically comprises the annual management fee, 12b-1 fees (which are associated with research costs), operating costs, and all other administrative type fees that go into the product. The expense ratio encompasses all of these fees as one percentage.
The “NFL Effect” suggests that the outcome of the Super Bowl can foretell market behavior
Asset allocation is theoretically the best way to control the return you experience, through diversification
A Revocable Trust is also known as a Living Trust, and it is an estate planning vehicle that allows you to determine...
Alpha is a risk ratio which measures gains or losses relative to a benchmark. Alpha and Beta are terms normally used in trading
Envelopes and trading bands help traders put filters on their decisions to trade, by setting limits on movement
Unlevered beta is a measurement of the Beta of a company when the effects of debt (leverage) are removed
The cash flow to debt ratio measures a company’s operating cash flow versus its total debt
It is possible to get a settlement arrangement that allows you to settle your debts for less than you owe
Return on Net Assets is a calculation used to determine how well a company performs, relative to its resources