A leveraged loan is a commercial loan that is generally created by a few participants, and packaged and offered by one or several investment banks.
Leveraged loans are typically targeted at companies that already have a significant amount of debt and may be limited in their options to access capital elsewhere. They are considered on the higher end of the risk spectrum.
There are many target date mutual funds that have appeared in the past 5-10 years, which are supposed to simplify...
A protective put is an option contract that hedges against losses in a long stock positio
The Fiduciary Standard stipulates that an advisor must place the client’s best interests first
Forward contracts are agreements to exchange specific assets on a specific date, at a price determined at the outset
Cash Flow-to-Debt Ratio compares the size of a company’s cash flow from operations to the size of its debt
The truest definition of a Bank Draft is a check written with the certification of a customer’s bank
Times Interest Earned is analysis that compares the pre-tax earnings of a company to the total amount of interest payable
Trading models are emotionless systems for decision-making in trading that can be automated or just used for reference
The Dead Cat Bounce pattern appears when a stock’s price falls quickly but has a temporary “v-shaped” recovery
The Rectangle Top pattern forms when a stock’s price is stuck in a rangebound motion, between support and resistance