It is the measure of profits earned that tells investors of how much of the revenue will become profit for a company eventually.
Income from investments, dividends, interest, royalties and capital gains. Portfolio income does not come from passive investments and is not earne ...
A strategy used to protect an investment against loss. A hedge often consists of taking an offsetting position in a related security, such as a fut ...
Option contract allows the holder to either buy or sell an underlying security at a specific given price which is known as the strike price. Put an ...
Act in which an individual or business willfully and intentionally falsifies data on a tax return to lower their tax liability. Basically, it refer ...
A term usually use in trading that has the same meaning with the short position is called the bear position. In a bear position, a trader will try ...
The Five-Way Trading Test
How will you know if a trade is a good one or a bad one? Take the five-way trading test to find out. Question 1: Is the instrument mo ...
Forex strategy: technical analysis One of the most important weapons in the currency markets is the technical analy ...
How Technology Can Beef Up Your Investment
If you are a tech savvy, use it to your advantage. Technology is no longer a luxury but a tool being used by everyone to ...
You Cannot Pay Uncle Sam… What’s Next?
What if, one day, you can no longer pay Uncle Sam? What should you do? Several variables determine the amount of tax an individual pays e ...
Grappling with Financial Shams
Financial shams are everywhere and inevitable. A country contends with piles of fraudulent activities year after year. But in the advent of uncerta ...
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Ethical Investing: Socially Responsible Investing
Socially responsible investors look for socially responsible companies, especially their relations with outsiders. First and foremost, th ...
Can You Afford the Renovation Cost?
Do you want to know if your current home can withstand any renovation? Consult the following professionals first for guidance.
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 ...
Student Loans: Consolidating Federal Loans
If you find it difficult to monitor and pay the student loans on your own, and want to reduce your monthly payment and lengthen the repayment sched ...
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