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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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Human Capital – Human capital is the cumulative added value of a company’s employee in their assigned profession.  The term was first coined by Adam Smith, a Scottish economist in the 1700s, who defined the four most important types of fixed capital as buildings, land, machinery and humans.  The usefulness of an individual is calculated by their knowledge base and skills obtained while working, learning and training at their employment.  The ultimate goal is that through education and experience, an employee will excel at his or her job and be able to provide an additional boost to a company in the marketplace.

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Non-Callable - Non-Callable is the bond or the preferred stock, preference share, redeemed by the issuer before its maturity date, or a date specified in the bond indenture or share prospectus, only on the payment of a penalty. Such call fortifications safeguards the holder from loss of interest income caused...

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