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Stock Market Vocab

Stock Market Vocabulary

Dividend Portion of a company's profits{earnings} that may be paid to stockholder
Liquidity Converting an assist in this case stock into money in a timley fashion with little or no loss in value
Private Company A company owned by a person,family, or small group of investors that does not sell stock to the company
Profited Earnings THe amount of money that remains after subtracting the company's from is their vaule
Public Company A company owned by investors, usaly sell stock, usaly through a stock exchange
Risk The chance of loosing all or part of the investment
Stock Ownership of share in a buisness, a company's way tp raise money when needed
Stock Holders One who owns shares in buisness
Industry A group of companies that make the same products
NAV Net Asset Value- How vaule of mutual funds are determined{Average range of mutual funds} Mix between stocks and bonds
Created by: gutrichak