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Tip of the Day Never Spend More Than 2 Times Your Income On A Home

Never Spend More Than 2 ? Times Your Income On A Home - Half the trick to buying a home is knowing what you can afford to spend...

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  • Money Market Funds Yields

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    Banks and Credit Unions offer depositors an alternative to regular savings accounts in their money market funds. The money market funds yields are generally higher than with savings accounts although not as high as you would find with high risk stocks. Still, they are considered a stable and good investment option where you still get a bigger return than regular savings. Banking institutions will post their money market funds yields so you can compare the rates for different banks. They can vary considerably so it is...

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    Depository Trust Company - This is a group of companies, which have aided in the automation for centralized, standardized, and streamlining the critical process to safety and peace of mind in the capital markets. The Depository Trust Company has been in business since its establishment in 1973. The purpose is to reduce the cost and provide a centralized place for clearing and settlement by immobilizing securities. It is for the purpose of institutional trade and money market instrumentation. This establishment brings efficiency to the security industry by retaining custody of...

  • Work Order

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    Work Order -  A work order  or WO, can be defined as a received order internally or externally, for products, services, within/by the organization. Approval by all gives the go-ahead for execution of same. It is typically in writing, under-signed by the owner or representative, providing the necessary authorization to proceed and lay-out, allocate the resources to perform a task, spend the money, get the job done.  Resource-based and deliverable-based transactions, with basic terms and conditions for hiring a specific service provider, completed and put into being. Details pertaining to...

  • Best Ask

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    Best Ask - A best ask is the absolute lowest price any selling party, investor or dealer, has stated they are willing to accept at a specific time for a specific security or commodity. On over-the-counter stocks, the best ask is considered the best price quoted which the Market Maker, investor or dealer, will sell the stock for. On mutual funds a best ask is the sales charge plus net asset value. This is also called an asked price or offering price, or sometimes the asking price. This best ask...

  • Savings Bond Redemption Values

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    Put very simply, savings bond redemption values show you what you will get back when your bond matures or when you cash them in (known as 'redemption', since there is no free market for US government savings bonds, so they have to be 'redeemed' by the Treasury). That seems a simple concept, but in practice the redemption value can be difficult to determine. For instance, Series EE US Savings Bonds are issued at a fifty percent discount to their face value. Interest is accrued, rather than being paid to the investor,...

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Definition of the Day Institution

Definition: An institution is a large organization--such as a college endowment, pension fund, insurance company, etc--that invests in securities on its own behalf or the behalf of its members/investors. Advice: Institutional investors have considerable pull in the financial markets.  Because they invest millions or even billions of dollars, they have a...

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