DOUBLE EXPONENTIAL MOVING AVERAGE - DEMA
Technical indicator comprised of a single exponential moving average (EMA) and a double EMA. Patrick Mulloy developed the indicator, which was first seen in Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities in 1994.
Zero-Dividend Preferred Stock
Zero-Dividend Preferred Stock is also known as “capital shares.” It does not require any dividend to be paid to its holder. Instead, th ...
Federal Income Tax
A tax charged by IRS on the annual income of corporations, individuals, and other entities.
A contrary relationship between two variables in such they move in polar directions. For instance, with variables A and B, when A climbs, B decline ...
Investors use this metric to judge the operating performance of an oil and gas exploration and production company. It measures the amount of proved ...
Vertical Integration refers to a situation in which a company expands its business into areas different from the business itself but are on the sam ...
Picking the Good Mutual Fund
Before choosing the right mutual fund in your investment portfolio, an investor should identify his financial needs and goals, as well as his risk ...
Going Digital in Financial Advising
In today’s modern age, almost everyone needs to keep up with the boom of technology as well as social media in order to cope with the form of ...
Risky Stocks For Boomers
When it comes to investments, millennials and baby boomers have their differences and similarities. In the case of former, they tend to choose comp ...
Food Scarcity and Its Economic Impact
Aside from political turmoil which often results to wars, another main problem among many countries is the lack of basic necessities, such as food. ...
What Makes Good Stocks Stand
What makes the stocks tick? Analyze a financial statement and study the following items: Margin. Check the tren ...
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An Introduction to Insurance
Most people in the world own insurance. Insurance take a lot of forms such as medical insurance, automobile insurance, and the most common of them ...
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.
Digesting Financial Statements: Cash Flow
Companies generate money from borrowers and/or borrow money from creditors. Next, firms purchase assets and/or finance projects and programs. Then, ...
Starting Your Own Small Business: Choosing What You Want to Sell
Some people say that the only real way to get rich is by starting your own business. However, this is untrue; there are a lot of reasons to start y ...
Digesting Financial Statements: Pension Plans
Deducing on the topic we previously discussed, this tutorial now puts the spotlight on the pension fund. It is a distinct long-term obligation for ...
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