Tweet Breaking down ETFs An ETF is a type of fund that takes ownership of the underlying assets (which can include; shares of stock, bonds, bars of gold, currencies etc)
Tweet Ownership investment, also known as contributed capital refers to the amount of money or assets that an individual contributes towards a company. This may be for the purpose of
Mutual funds have become very popular in the last 20 years. But why have they become so popular? Simply put, they are a way for the average investor (read : us) to get a chunk of the market, without reading 10 finance books, getting a PhD in Economics or sitting all day reading news from Wall Street.
Stock is a financial term which relates to residual assets that are basically shares of a company held by groups or individuals.
Tweet Scanning through the Wall Street Journal recently I came upon an article that answered many of the questions I had about the current economic meltdown. The article which was