The “Nikkei” is the most referenced index for measuring Japanese stocks.
The Nikkei 225 - often just referred to as “the Nikkei” - is an index that tracks the performance of Japan’s top 225 publicly-traded companies on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
There are many different forms of ownership of a company in the United States. This subtopic describes some of them
Straddles are options strategies that use both a call and put on the same underlying asset at the same strike price
A 457 is a deferred compensation arrangement that is available to some government employers and non-profit organizations
Value Stock is a stock whose price has been deemed a value buy because of fundamentals, book value, and projected earnings
Enterprise Value is the total cost to acquire a company. Enterprise value and its ratios can be used to compare companies
Net Tangible Assets represent a company’s total amount of physical assets less its intangible assets
“Pari-passu” is a Latin phrase meaning “equal footing,” typically in reference to treatment of beneficiaries when assets are distributed
Bankruptcy court is a special judicial proceeding which determines how a debtor can settle accounts and move on
Market share is the percentage of the total amount of similar products sold in a marketplace that are constituted by...
Publication 505 serves as a guide to make sure all goes smoothly for people and their withholding requirements