A market maker is a broker-dealer firm or a registered individual that will hold a certain number of shares of a security in order to facilitate trading.
The market maker spread refers to the difference between the amount a market maker is willing to pay for a security and the amount that the other party is willing to sell it.
“Load” mutual funds are those which have a fee structure that includes a front-end or back-end sales charge
A bear call spread seeks to make money on the sale of call options but does not believe the underlying security will increase
While investing in commodities may significantly diversify your portfolio, it requires profound knowledge of the assets
Medicare Part B covers some doctors visits, outpatient care, and many other services not covered by Part A
Fourier Analysis is used to compute the probability that results will be within a certain range
Corporate equity is retained earnings plus common shares outstanding
The unemployment rate is normally interpreted as a percentage of the working-age population that does not have a job
Accidental Death Benefits are paid only if the cause of death is deemed to be an accident. There are several exclusions
The Lightning Network is a system that allows for extremely fast Bitcoin transactions off-chain
The Broadening Bottom pattern is formed when a currency pair price progressively makes higher highs and lower lows