The equity method is an accounting technique used by firms to assess the profits earned by their investments in other companies.
An intangible asset is an asset that is not physical in nature and can be classified as either indefinite or definite.
R-squared is a statistical measure that represents the proportion of the variance for a dependent variable that’s explained by an independent variable.
An emergence plan is a company’s formal strategy for exiting Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Whitemail is a strategy that a takeover target uses to try and thwart a hostile takeover attempt.
Group life insurance is offered by an employer or other large-scale entity, such an association or labor organization, to its workers or members.
A structural pivot is a technical analysis price indicator used to identify a change in the market’s direction due to structural forces, not cyclical.
Bank-owned life insurance is a type of life insurance bought by banks as a tax shelter, leveraging tax-free savings provisions to fund employee benefits.
Rational choice theory is an economic principle that assumes that individuals always make prudent and logical decisions that provide them with the highest amount of personal utility.
Speculation is the act of conducting a financial transaction that has substantial risk of losing all value but with the expectation of a significant gain.