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Tip of the Day If You Don't Understand How An Investment Works, Don't Buy It

If You Don't Understand How An Investment Works, Don't Buy It - One of the most common mistakes made by people is buying things that they don't understand, and that...

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Clientele Effect

Clientele Effect - Clientele effect is the tendency for security investors with a similar strategy to invest in securities and specific companies that meet their specific set of requirements, or criteria, especially when it comes to financing terms. An example of this would be investors who are looking to find companies who carry a low volume of debt will flock towards companies who do not use much in the way of leverage. If the company's position changes, at any time, involving financing or debt, most of these low debt investors are more likely to sell their securities and look for other low debt companies.

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Definition of the Day Constant Maturity

Constant Maturity - The constant maturity takes place when there is a quoted return, or yield, on a financial instrument, that is fixed and it involves comparing the instrument in question with other financial instruments that are also fixed, but that have different maturities, which is the given date the...

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