The Lehman Aggregate Bond Index is a broad bond index, widely considered the best total bond market index to track performance across various types of bonds.
The index includes government bonds, mortgage backed securities, corporate bonds, and asset backed securities with maturities greater than a year. It is used by many money managers as a measuring stick for tracking the relative performance of a managed bond portfolio.
On May 6, 2010, investors around the world were shocked when the Dow Jones fell nearly 1,000 points in a matter of minutes
The main difference is that Roth contributions go in after tax and are not taxed on withdrawal
Each person can contribute up to the annual gift tax exclusion amount, which in 2016 is $14,000 per beneficiary. 529 plan
The Positive Volume Index track increases in trade volume for an index or security and the changes in price on those days
Financial liquidity refers to the ease with which an asset can be converted to cash
A dividend is an income-like payment to an investor who holds stock. Dividends tend to be paid by companies who are...
Dividend recapitalizations will cause the share price to reduce, largely because the company’s debt-to-equity ratio...
The Housing and Economic Recovery Act did several things, all aiming to help American consumers and lending institutions
A suitability standard has been advocated by various consumer lobbying groups and legislators, but it does not exist
The Rectangle Bottom pattern forms when a stock’s price is stuck in a rangebound motion, between support and resistance