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Tip of the Day Refinance Your Mortgage if You Can Cut At Least One Point

Refinance Your Mortgage if You Can Cut At Least One Point - Refinancing a mortgage only makes good sense if you are going to save more than 1% on the...

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Total Return Swap

Total Return Swap In this situation, one investment party pays a set rate to another party in exchange for an asset being returned to the first party. The assets is usually used as a loan or a bond and, therefore, it is simply the act of an asset being returned to its original owner in exchange for a fee. This is beneficial for one party if they to have access to an asset without actually purchasing it and it also beneficial to the owner of the asset if they need some short term cash, but they do not want to lose the asset forever.

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Definition of the Day Survivorship Bias

Survivorship Bias In many cases, a company that has made it through a rough patch in its existence will be penalized in any reports that come out because of survivorship bias. These reports will not show that other companies have gone out of business during the...

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