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This principle was named after economist Vilfredo Pareto. Pareto principle specifies unequal relationship between outputs and inputs. Pareto principle specifies that for 20% of invested input is liable for 80% of the results ac ...
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Legal and binding contract between a bond issuer and the bondholders that defines all the significant details of a bond including timing of interes ...
Bond denominated in US dollar traded outside America. Along with the principal, any coupon payment from this bond is paid in American funds ...
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Stock transaction which closes out a prevailing short position. Short sale entails selling shares of a firm that one does not own as stocks are bor ...
A type of discipline that evaluates financial risk in the finance and insurance fields with the use of statistical and mathematical methods. Actuar ...
Situation in which the economy seems to be rebounding after a recession, but it will be entering an asset bubble and giving the impression of a rec ...
Acid Test: A Company`s Liquidity Measure
Are you thinking of investing in an entity? You may want to look into its liquidity first. The acid test gauges a company’s short-term liquidity to find out whether if its short-term assets, when converted into cash, can shoulder their short-term liabilities, without compromising their inventory, within a specific period of time.
Investing 101: Psychological Traps for Investors
Investing is beyond numbers. It also encompasses the market participants – the investors. Behavioral finance analyzes how people affect the figures within the market. Before revealing the psy chological traps for investors, let us discuss behavioral finance.
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