As a quick refresher, ‘non-current assets’ are those that most likely will not convert to cash within a year’s time, also known as a long-term asset.
Where a company’s non-current asset to net worth ratio lies depends on the industry, but generally speaking a company wants to avoid having that ratio rise above 1 to 1.5. That means the company is highly illiquid, and could be vulnerable in the event of an economic shock.
Custodians are the institutions which hold your securities for you and provide some related services. Some will hav
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Variable annuities provide downside protection, while also providing market exposure that may give the upside potential
Currency exchange rates will fluctuate with various macroeconomic factors such as inflation, interest rates, and so on
Spread has several meanings in finance but the most general usage is between the bid and the ask prices for a security in trading
Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) is a calculation which brings the influence of volume into consideration when trading
New Zealand and Australia have a tax for offshore investments that fall into the definition of Foreign Investment Funds
Market Saturation is the point at which there are few consumers that are still interested in buying a product
An earnings recast is a revision of previous earnings reports, in which a company has made different choices with...
The Falling Wedge pattern forms when a stock’s price appears to be spiraling downward with two down-sloping lines