Return on Net Assets is a calculation used to determine how well a company performs, relative to its resources.
Return on Net Assets gives investors an idea of how well a company uses its resources to generate profits. Net assets includes not only fixed, tangible assets, but also the net working capital of a business.
Fixed income funds, also known as bond funds, invest primarily in bonds, but might also include some preferred stock...
A put option gives the owner of the option/contract the right to sell a stock at the strike price named in the contract
Over time, a less diversified approach can hurt an investor’s chance of achieving the long-term desired result for retirement
Consumer Staples are generally defined as companies that sell goods with inelastic demand
Notional Value is used in futures and options to describe the total value of the principal of a contract or transaction
Consensus is a measure of investor beliefs which are in-line with one another, and can be determined by strong trends
This rating is the highest non-investment grade category that the ratings agencies will give to a bond...
In general, you can’t withdraw money from a Pension Plan before you retire
A market-with-protection order allows investors to hedge against the change that prices will move unexpectedly before...