A pledge to establish a second take-out loan that piggybacks extra loan. With this pledge, once the conditions of the first loan are achieved, it will be moved into the second loan.
Putable Common Stock
A stock that gives investors the option to put the stock back to the company at a predetermined price.
Stock market order executed at its non-optimal price although it has the best possible price based on quoted prices within the same exchange or in ...
A trading service that flashes bid/ask quotes (in real-time) and last sales for securities trading in a stock exchange. Level 1 price quotes provid ...
Implicit Rental Rate
Opportunity costs a company incurs for using its own assets in ongoing operations, instead of other uses. It can either be more than or less than t ...
Currency abbreviation for the Swaziland Lilangeni, the official currency of Swaziland. The currency is comprised of 100 cents and presented with th ...
Techniques Used by Hedge Funds
Distressed Debt Investing Such investors look for a silver lining in a company where the debt touched its lowest. Two th ...
Living below the Poverty Line is Expensive
Feeding America said 45.3 million Americans (or 14.5% of the overall population) were living in the poverty line. Those living in poverty earn less ...
Frequent Risks Encountered in Forex
The foreign exchange market basically operates by swapping currencies around the world which, similar to stocks, has a goal of deriving a net profi ...
Is Infrastructure Spending Really Economic-Friendly?
Majority of proposed solutions or suggestions to prevent economic recession involves heightening public infrastructure expenditures. Probably this ...
Five Income Tax-Free Countries
Andorra Despite pressure from the European Union, Andorra remains an income tax-free country. Located in the Pyrenees mo ...
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Retirement Planning: Allocating and Diversifying
The assets you select to invest in will depend on numerous factors, including your risk appetite and investment timeframe. The two primary factors ...
In the United States, the inflation rate was 0.2% through the 12 months ended July. In the United Kingdom, inflation was 0.1% in July.
Digesting Financial Statements: Long-Lasting Liabilities
Long-lived liabilities refer to obligations which are due more than a year. Some examples of long-term debt include convertible bond and capital le ...
Choosing Your Bank
Now that you’ve learned the basics of banking and the importance of it, you are now ready to put your money in a bank. But which bank should ...
Principles of Trading: Introduction
Trading is an active participation in the financial markets. Those who partake in buy-and-hold investing are called traders. Also called market pla ...
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