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Tip of the Day Put At Least 20% Down On A Home

Put At Least 20% Down On A Home - Your home is most likely the biggest purchase you will make in your lifetime, so when planning for the big day,...

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PEGY Ratio - PEGY Ratio is the variation of the price-to-earnings ratio in that a stock value evaluated in detail by its projected earnings growth rate and dividend yield. For the stocks paying a substantial dividend, the PEGY ratio is a better rule of measure in that it keeps in mind the numbers based on future sales projections. It is a tool to utilize when it is in need, but not a guarantee of accuracy. It is the stocks earning divided by the projected earnings growth rate and dividend yield. It is a representative sample of the growth and projection of a company. Penny Stock -The term used to refer to low price stocks which by definition, trades for less than a dollar a share, or in the United States, the term is used for stocks that trade for five dollars or less per share. These are often traded directly between two parties and information on them can be difficult to find and the stock can be easily manipulated. These stocks are often low cost securities from small companies and frequently have a short operating history. The term penny stock can sometimes be interchanged with micro cap and small cap, but the accurate definition is based on the cost of each share.

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Definition of the Day Primary Instrument

Primary Instrument This is similar to a financial instrument, except for its value does not come from another instrument, but rather directly from the market. For example, a cash instrument is a primary instrument, since it is able to be transferred at all times. In addition, things like monetary loans...

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