Operating leverage is a measure of how critical each sale of a company is to overall cash flow.
If a company has high operating leverage, it means that it relies on fewer sales with very high gross margins, versus a company with low operating leverage that experiences higher levels of sales with lower gross margins. As an example, a convenient store has less operating leverage than a business that sells yachts.
As of 2016, you may contribute up to $53,000 annually to your Self-Employed 401(k), plus a $6,000 catch-up contribution
After the payments begin, you'll receive Social Security benefits for the rest of your life
A fixed income security is one designed to pay interest/coupon payments on a predetermined basis, or a fixed schedule
Some securities, such as IPOs, are prohibited from being purchased on margin or for serving as margin for other purchases
An accounting period can be a fiscal year, quarter, or month, or any other time frame for which reporting is being done
The Federal Housing Finance Association is the Conservator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac since the 2008 meltdown
The Federal Reserve System is sometimes referred to as one bank, but it is in fact a network of 12 banks with 24 branches
Mortgages take a while to process, but a broker or bank can lock in a rate for themselves or their clients
Publication 521 details the methods and requirements for tax deductions related to moving expenses (job related move)
The Falling Pennant (or Bearish Pennant) pattern looks like a pennant turned upside down (the mast points up)