A relativity trap is a psychological or behavioral trap that leads people to make irrational choices when making spending decisions.
Underemployment is a measure of employment and labor utilization in the economy that looks at how well the labor force is being utilized.
EBITDA to sales ratio is a financial metric used to assess a company’s profitability by comparing its revenue with earnings.
ETFs are useful investment tools, and now thanks to Motif Investing, investors can create their own with ease.
A story paper is a security or investment that has very unique or unusual features.
In financial parlance, telephone booth is a slang term referring to one of the many phone terminals on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
The Tier 1 common capital ratio is a measurement of a bank’s core equity capital compared with its total risk-weighted assets.
Dry powder is a slang term referring to marketable securities that are highly liquid and considered cash-like.
Gazunder is a colloquial term used in the United Kingdom when a real estate buyer lowers their offer despite already having agreed to pay a higher price.
The hedge ratio compares the value of a hedged position with the size of the entire position itself.