Investing Basics

A price target is the expected level at which to exit an open position.
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) are companies that offer tradeable securities with underlying real estate assets; these assets may be mortgages, real property, or a combination of the two types of real estate holdings.
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) are tax-advantaged real estate investments that provide diversification and the potential for high earnings to investors.
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) offer outstanding benefits for investors; as a result, they are one of the fastest-growing sectors of the financial market.
A rogue trader is the ultimate bad boy of trading. This trader has reached a point where they no longer care about protecting their client or the company for which they trade. The trader has fallen into a vicious cycle of reckless trading activity where proper risk assessment is no longer a concern.
The secondary market is a forum where investors can buy or sell securities to/from other investors rather than directly from the issuer of the security
Learn about the two most profitable sectors in the market during bull and bear markets. The retail sector and homebuilder sector stocks tend to correlate very closely to the trend of the market.
The Sharpe ratio provides insight into the risk/reward scenario of a security or a portfolio. It measures excess investment returns as a function of volatility.
Short interest is the total number of shares short divided by the total number of shares in float.
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