ABOVE THE MARKET
It is a type of order to sell or buy a security at a price that is higher than the current market price. The following examples are some of the common above the market orders: stop-limit order to buy, stop order to buy or a limit order to sell.
Performance Index Paper - PIP
Short-term paper on which the rate of interest is denominated and paid in a base currency. Performance index paper's interest rate is determine ...
It refers to the intentional selling of stock on a large scale to make financial pressure on a corporation to force social change.
Individual or group sharing ownership in an asset with another individual or group. Co-owner of an asset holds a certain percentage although this m ...
It refers to the interest that a debtor pays before the first scheduled repayment of debt.
Other Comprehensive Basis of Accounting - OCBOA
These are financial statements prepared using a system of accounting that differs from GAAP, the most common being tax-basis and cash-basis financi ...
Reality Bites: Graduating from a Prestigious University
Let’s face it: Most of us think graduating from a prestigious college or university will make us unlock great job opportunities. But is it al ...
Make the Most of Your Retirement Nest Egg
Many people come up with plans to reach retirement but not living through their golden years. Sure, having a sound plan goes a long way to ensure s ...
Getting Down to Brass Tacks of Business Development
What on earth is business development? Business development refers to the formation of an ...
Bond Portfolios 101
Bond portfolios are one of the least popular investments. Although it has a vital role in overall asset allocation, many traders, especially the no ...
Discovering 5 Secrets about Roth IRAs
Roth IRA is one of the favorite investment instruments of financial advisers even though they know this is not for everyone. (Yes, not everyone is ...
SEE FOREX TUTORIAL
Inflation is the sustained increase in the overall level of products and services in an economy over a particular time period. Expressed as percent ...
Buying a Home: Getting Into the Escrow Process
You write an offer and the seller accepts it. Deal closed. It is about time to go through the escrow process. Why does a buyer need to undergo this ...
A Guide to Your Personal Income Tax: Steps to Take before April 15
Taxpayers, remember these two dates when filing your tax return: December 31 and April 15. We have previously discussed what to do before the year ...
A Guide to Income Tax: Overlooked Credits and Cuts
The US tax code changes from time to time, and majority of taxpayers cannot name at least three of the most common deductible expenditures. On that ...
Retirement Planning: Creating a Nest Egg
Last time, we discuss the different income sources for building a retirement fund. We shall now tackle the ways to create a retirement nest egg.
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