The Academy Of Financial Divorce Practitioners is an organization dedicated to training and development of Certified Financial Divorce Practitioners.
A mixed lot is a type of order for a number of securities that is not a round (or whole) lot order amount.
Holding the market is the practice of placing active or pending orders for a security when the price is dropping fast in order to “hold” the price steady.
A Certified Financial Divorce Practitioner is a member of the Academy of Financial Divorce Practitioners certified in the financial aspects of divorce.
Child support is monthly payments made by the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent to provide financial support to help raise children after a divorce.
The Uniform Premarital Agreement Act is a regulation that allows the parties of a premarital contract to choose the state’s jurisdiction under which their contract will fall.
Legal separation occurs when a married couple decides to live apart rather than divorce, although they are still subject to divorce-like court orders.
Working reserves, or excess reserves, are reserves held by banks which exceed the required minimum reserve ratio mandated by law.
Currency trading software helps currency traders with forex trading analysis and the execution of trades.
The VEB is the currency abbreviation for Venezuelan bolivar, which was the currency for Venezuela from 1879 to January 2008.