Lesson 11: Investing 101
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a grouping of similar type investments.
a form of debt that corporations and governments issue to borrow money from the public.
an account held by an investor with a licensed brokerage firm which allows the investor to buy and sell securities and other investments.
an increase in the value of an asset; profit resulting from the sale of an asset.
difference between what the landlord collects in rent and pays out in expenses; cash flow can be break even, negative or positive.
a share of stock that represents ownership in a corporation but doesn't pay a regular dividend.
an unsecured bond.
a tradable financial instrument in the form of a bond.
a risk management technique allocating investment dollars among a variety of investments.
a portion of a corporation's profit that is distributed to shareholders.
shares of stock in a corporation.
a flow of money generated by a business or an asset.
a professionally managed investment fund that pools the money of many individual investors to purchase large blocks of stock or other securities.
an investor's collection of investments.
stock that pays a regular dividend.
Real Estate Investment Trust
"REIT"; a company or fund that pools investors money and invests in income producing real estate.
Return on Investment
"ROI"; a profitability ratio used to evaluate an investment; calculated by dividing the return of the investment - by the cost of the investment.
a public market for buying and selling stocks and bonds.
Chs 10 & 11 Vocab
Securities & Investments Vocabulary
Lesson 18: Resolving Insolvency
Lesson 17: How to Lose it All..
Lesson 16: Share with Care!
Lesson 15: Protect What You've Earned
Lesson 14: The Beauty of the Budget
Lesson 1: Getting Personal: You and Your Money
Lesson 2: Battle of the Banks
Lesson 3: A Job That Pays