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Banking Services

FL 1B Jhordyn ward

TermDefinition
Saving money put aside for something or an emergency
Investing creation of more money through the use of capital by putting money into a business
Rule of 72 A formula used to determine the amount of time it will take for invested money to double at a given compound interest rate,
compounding of interest Interest paid on previously earned interest as well as on the principal
stock Ownership of a corporation indicated by shares, which represent a piece of the corporation's assets and earnings.
share A share is the smallest unit of ownership. They may be bought or sold on or off an exchange.
shareholder Person or entity that owns shares or equity in a corporation
portfolio A collection of investments, real and/or financial.
dividend A portion of a company's profit paid to common and preferred shareholders.
bond Bonds are debt and are issued for a period of more than one year.
issuer An entity that puts a financial asset in the marketplace.
holder The owner of a given security
coupons parts of a commercial instrument which are. to be cut, and are connected with the contract mentioned in the instrument.
certificates instruments which authorize and establish a public minister in his character with the state
face amount the original amount due on a promissory note or insurance policy as stated therein, without calculating interest.
coupon rate The interest rate that a bond pays to a bondholder, usually semi-annually. The coupon rate is stated on the bond.
maturity date Date that the bond finishes and is paid off
Price Amount pricing strategy which sets prices primarily, but not exclusively, according to the perceived or estimated value
cost of funds Interest rate associated with borrowing money.
fair market price What a willing buyer pays a willing seller for a given asset
yield to maturity the rate of return on a bond if it is held until maturity
Fluctuations A change to a price or interest rates. Prices may fluctuate according to supply and demand.
mutual fund Mutual funds are pools of money that are managed by an investment company. They offer investors a variety of goals.
Asset Any possession that has value in an exchange.
asset allocation An active management strategy for a portfolio or fund with a basic set of securities.
bond yield The income one receives from a bond investment, rather than its capital appreciation.
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