An individual who receives the remaining principal in a trust account after all required payments have been made, such as those to the beneficiary and expenses.
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.
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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 ...
3 Life-Changing Events that Can Bust Retirement Plans
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Ethical Investing: Its Advantages and Disadvantages
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Ethical Investing: Leaving an Ethical Imprint
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