Warrant Premium refers to the amount paid by an investor for a security when purchasing or exercising a warrant. Its cost is typically higher than the current market price.
Premium Put Convertible
A convertible bond that has an additional put feature that allows it to be redeemed at a premium sometime during its life. As with a put option, th ...
Lancaster University Management School - LUMS
Lancaster University’s international business school, which was founded in 1964. Situated in Lancaster England, the business school is consid ...
The occurrence of returns on asset classes diverging from their expected or normal pattern of correlation. Decoupling takes place when two differen ...
Right Of Redemption
It is the right of a mortgagor or borrower who owns a real estate to retrieve his or her property. It gives them the ability to prevent foreclosure ...
It occurs when the net amount received by the company is less than the projected net amount.
Avoid these 10 Worst Performing Sectors
If you desire to create or expand your portfolio, or realign your investments, take note of the 10 worst performing industries this year.
Looking at Several SEC Filings
Investors read and analyze a particular company’s filings if they want to look into its history and advancement, as well as its future. In th ...
Introducing, the Key Players in Forex
As thousands of traders and huge sums of money are involved in forex everyday, even the smallest alteration may cause havoc in the market, hence it ...
When To Approach Your Boss For a Raise
In requesting for a hike in your compensation, timing is crucial so as not to end up being dismissed by your employer. Aside from this, you must al ...
A Guide to Bank Stress Test
Bank stress test refers to an analysis conducted in times of a weak economic period designed to determine if a bank has sufficient capital to weath ...
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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 ...
Digesting Financial Statements: Long-Lasting Assets
Long-lived assets, also known as non-current assets, is any asset a company expects to keep for at least one year. Such assets are expected to boos ...
Principles of Trading: Record Keeping and Taxation
It is imperative for every trader to maintain a precise, organized, and latest trading-related records. Hence, traders should keep both hard and di ...
Renovate or Move?
You have a well-furnished home with a garden full of flowers and plants. Imagine sharing your beautiful abode, which has four bedrooms, a kitchen, ...
Starting Your Own Small Business: Financing a Business
After choosing the business you want to go into, regardless of the line of business, you need a startup capital in order to keep the business going ...
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