Market value added is a calculation that shows the difference between the market value of a company and the capital contributed by all investors.
A cost-plus contract is an agreement to pay expenses in a contract plus a dollar amount of profit over and above expenses.
A Targeted-Distribution Fund is a mutual fund that serves as an income replacement option for retirees.
The Zacks Lifecycle Indexes provide a benchmark for comparison of target date or lifecycle funds that dynamically change asset allocations over time.
A credit analyst is a financial professional who possesses expertise in assessing the creditworthiness of individuals, companies, or securities.
Bubblecovery, a term coined by economic analyst Jesse Colombo, describes an asset bubble masquerading as an economic recovery because of easy financing.
The levered free cash flow is the cash that remains after a company has paid its obligations on its debt and has set aside money for operations.
The retailer’s rising expenses will impact margins, frustrating investors, says one Street bear.
These stocks have posted up to 50% returns year-to-date.
A currency symbol is a graphical representation substituted for the name of a currency, which is usually unique to a specific country or region.