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Stock Exchange: The Importance of Stock Exchange

Stock Exchange: The Importance of Stock Exchange

A stock exchange is a facility where stock traders and brokers can buy and sell securities, such as shares of stocks and bonds and other financial instruments. Stocks exchange may also provide for facilities the issue and redemption of such securities and instruments and capital events including the payment of income and dividends. To be…

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Bonds: Types of Bonds and Foreign Currencies

Bonds: Types of Bonds and Foreign Currencies

Bonds are fixed income tool that represents a loan made by a lender to a borrower (typically corporate or governmental). In addition, a bond could be thought of as an I.O.U. between the investor and borrower that includes the details of the loan and its payments. Moreover, a bond has an end date when the…

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Beginner’s Guide to Fixed Income Trading (2018)

Beginner’s Guide to Fixed Income Trading (2018)

The financial markets continue to grow in size as more assets and instruments emerge or gain in popularity. Fixed income trading is one of the trading methods that have grown in popularity over time. The U.S. bond market has grown twice the size of the domestic equity market. Despite this, the fixed income trading securities…

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9 Best Short-Term Investment Options in 2018

9 Best Short-Term Investment Options in 2018

Short-term investments are investments made with the expectation of a limited timeline — typically one to three years or less. They are also known as temporary investments. Unlike long-term investments, which can yield a greater return over time, short-term investments are typically lower-risk investments. Such investments have a predictable, smaller return and highly liquid assets, such…

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11 High Yield Investments Risk Takers Should Know

11 High Yield Investments Risk Takers Should Know

High yield investments offer extra income. But high returns go hand in hand with greater risks. Too many people get caught up in the yield as if it was free money. It’s not. When you evaluate investments that appear to pay more, you should approach them like Sherlock Holmes. That should come with a healthy degree of…

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