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Bond yields can be complicated enough, not to mention the difference between Yield to Maturity, or YTM and Yield to Call, or YTC. But, even if you understand it all, which one do you use?
Want to save money on your taxes? Looking for an investment that can provide you income with a huge tax savings? Try municipal bonds.
These five free desktop stock tickers can help you keep an eye on your investments while you’re busy working on other things.
Investing in mutual funds means you need to understand share classes. Only then, are you ready to look at the Top 10 or Best Of lists.
Beginning investors should use stock market games to improve their results when they begin trading. Many free stock simulators are available online. The best stock market games can refine your strategy and help you avoid losses.
Agency Theory suggests that free riding erodes stockholder equity resulting in higher risk for investors.
Non-diversifiability of human capital can be attributed to asset uniqueness. Learn the role uniqueness of assets plays in conflict between managers and owners of a corporation.
Conflicts between managers and owners can arise from investment capital choices. Learn about the role investment capital plays in the principal-agent relationship.
Conflict between the managers and owners of a corporation erode the value of ownership. Learn why agency theory can help explain why stock prices drop because of a fall in managerial confidence.