A situation during a corporate action where available cash or shares are not sufficient to satisfy the offers tendered by shareholders. Therefore, a proportion of both cash and shares are granted for each offer tendered.
A term which describes an incidence wherein the actual results, under a certain set of assumptions, is different from the one which is expected. An ...
A publicly traded company that is focuses on only one product or industry. These companies are popular with specific types of active investors who ...
Ultra ETF refers to a class of ETFs (or exchange-traded funds) that uses leverage in order to achieve double the return of a particular benchmark.< ...
The measurement of the impact on a company's price-earnings (P/E) ratio per unit growth in new investment. For example, a franchise factor of 3 ...
It refers to the shares of stock reserved for employees of a private company and is possibly issued at a later time.
Lucky Industries During Recession
Oftentimes, the word recession is associated with negative images as its main meaning is a downturn for an economy. However, this is not entirely t ...
Classic Market Rules for Investors
Rule 1: Markets tend to return to the average over time. Periods of market insanity do not last forever. Even in highest highs o ...
4 Major Market Forces
Understanding what makes the market move is key knowledge for traders and investors to maximize profit in their deals. These major market forces sh ...
Have Commodities Reached its Lowest?
Many investors are wondering if commodities have touched a bottom. Based on a Bloomberg data, commodity prices have been plunging for over four yea ...
Why Investors Read Newspapers
During the time of American publisher William Randolph Hearst, print journalism was a huge hit. So it made sense for investors to buy newspapers. T ...
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A Guide to Your Personal Income Tax: Papers
Documentation is the most significant part of taxation. If you do not properly account your income and expenses, chances are you will likely miss o ...
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, ...
Buying a Home: Selecting a House Suitable for Your Needs
After choosing the best location of your new house, it is about time to decide on the home that you want. Basically, there are three types of homes ...
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: Working Capital
Analysts and investors look at the working capital and its trends to measure a company’s financial performance. This metric determines a busi ...
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