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5 Matching questions

  1. futures
  2. dividend
  3. mid-cap fund
  4. small-cap fund
  5. large-cap fund
  1. a a term used to designate all contracts covering the sale of financial instruments or physical commodities for future delivery on a commodity exchange.
  2. b distribution of a portion of a company's earnings, decided by the board of directors, to a class of its shareholders; generally distributed in the form of cash or stock.
  3. c mutual fund that invests in companies whose market value is less than $1 billion; largely consists of smaller, more volatile companies; also called aggressive growth stock mutual fund.
  4. d mutual fund containing a group of medium-sized companies that are growing.
  5. e funds comprised of large, well-established companies.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. piece of ownership in a company or mutual fund.
  2. annuity that has a varying rate of return based on the mutual funds in which one has invested.
  3. mutual fund that seeks to maintain a stable share price and to earn current income by investing in interest-bearing instruments with short-term (usually 90 days or less) maturities.
  4. relationship of substantial reward in comparison to the amount of risk taken.
  5. purchasing risky investments that present the possibility of large profits, but also pose a higher-than-average possibility of loss.

5 True/False questions

  1. diversificationto spread around one's investment dollars among several different classes of financial assets and among the securities of many issuers; results in lowered risk.

          

  2. liquiditya food, metal, or fixed physical substance that investors buy or sell, usually via future contracts.

          

  3. rental real estatebuying real estate to rent out as an investment.

          

  4. single stocksaccount or arrangement in which one would put their money for long-term growth; should not be withdrawn for a suggested minimum of five years.

          

  5. portfolioa food, metal, or fixed physical substance that investors buy or sell, usually via future contracts.