The NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations) is an electronic marketplace for trading stocks, and is also used to track major Technology stocks.
The NASDAQ Composite is an index of over 3,000 publicly traded companies on the NASDAQ stock market, which includes the world's biggest and most relevant technology companies - Apple, Google, Amazon, Intel, Oracle, and so on.
Mutual funds that invest heavily in companies that are small, but not micro-size, can be described as small cap funds
A covered call is when the writer or seller of a call option either owns the underlying security, or has a guarantee
Generally speaking, as long as you or your spouse is earning taxable income, you can contribute money to an IRA
A primary difference between a will and a trust is that a will goes into effect once you die, but a trust goes into...
Paid-up capital is the money (‘capital’) collected by a company from issuing shares of their stock
As a general statement, a liability refers to some form of currency (or service) that is owed from one party to another
Life Insurance’s purpose is to ensure that dependents of a deceased provider will have financial resources to fall back on
Publication 505 serves as a guide to make sure all goes smoothly for people and their withholding requirements
The Triple Bottom pattern appears when there are three distinct low points that represent a consistent support level
The Rectangle Bottom pattern forms when a currency pair price is stuck in a range bound motion, between support/resistance levels