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#LimitOrder So if you are a #NewInvestor all of the bells and whistles can be overwhelming and you don't even know what questions to ask. That is why I created the #InvestopediaCliffNotes which you can click the tag on here in app to see them aggregated or just got to my YouTube for Financial Lingo. A limit order is a nice way to ensure you only pay no more than the limit order price, but it does nSee more
#CorporateBonds #InvestopediaCliffNotes Back to the scheduled bond programming. Today we talk about Corporate Bonds and again I have never purchased this one. Would you rather invest in a corporate bond where the principal value remains "guaranteed" - depending on rating - or invest in the company's stock? For me personally, I feel like I would rather risk a dividend stock over returns from a corporSee more
#MunicipalBonds #InvestopediaCliffNotes I have never bought a municipal bond before, but felt that it was probably best that people on this app also learn about things other than just stocks and crypto. So this week I've decided to make videos on a few different types of bonds. I think these were definitely more popular way back when for the super wealthy to make money on investments while avoidingSee more
#Ibonds #InvestopediaCliffNotes What if I told you there was an investment that had a guaranteed return of 7.12% up until May 2022 and then the new rate was tied to how bad inflation was. Well ... I'm happy to tell you that this currently exists and they are called Series I Bonds. With the uncertainty of 2022 ... this is looking like a viable hedge for me. What are your thoughts on this? Video: httSee more
#ARR #InvestopediaCliffNotes Just wanted to add a correction to yesterday's post. SaaS stands for Software-as-a-Service not Subscription-as-a-Service. Had done it correctly everywhere but the original thumbnail 😩 ... sorry for any confusion. Today's builds on SaaS w/ ARR or Annual Recurring Revenue and was a term I ran into when looking into cyber security and $ADSK . Video: more
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#TAM #InvestopediaCliffNotes TAM or Total Addressable Market dovetails off of Thursday's post on #MarketShare nicely. Total addressable market is an important concept to understand what potential revenue a new company may be able to capture, say if you were looking to invest in an #IPO . Alternatively, it is also useful for a developed company when identifying potentially a new market that a company coSee more
#CapEx #InvestopediaCliffNotes CapEx or Capital Expenditures are the investments a company makes to grow the business such as in infrastructure or new equipment. This is different from operating expenses which are recurring and predictable costs for day to day operations such as rent, wages, and utility costs. This week is going to aim more towards fundamental analysis. Video: more
#NetWorkingCapital #InvestopediaCliffNotes What are some ways that you might evaluate a company's financial statement to see if they are a healthy company? Some people have their go to ratios like EPS or PEG. This one might not be a ratio but seems like a pretty smart way of at least comparing assets (what they own) and liabilities (what they owe). If you learn to take the time to look under the hooSee more
#RelativeStrengthIndex #InvestopediaCliffNotes So this is a continuation of the technical analysis playlist and is on a momentum indicator called the Relative Strength Index (RSI). It is one that I had never previously heard of or used before doing this video. Since then I have used Bollinger Bands and the RSI as my two technical indicators for entering into positions. There are many more but theseSee more
#CupAndHandle #InvestopediaCliffNotes So for this week and potentially the rest of 2021 I plan to stop copying over all the text from the whiteboard videos into a separate text based post on Public. Instead, I will leave the link to the video below and maybe write up a quick blurb to accompany it. I already work about 40 hours a week w/ my day job and I've spent the better part of >30 hours/ week foSee more
#WashSaleRule #InvestopediaCliffNotes If you are wanting to utilize Tax Loss Harvesting to make the most of an investment that went south ... you best be very familiar with the Wash Sale Rule if you want to count your losses against capital gains or income. The Breakdown: - Rule created by Internal Revenue Services (IRS) to keep people from artificially realizing losses for tax deduction purposes bSee more
#BollingerBands #InvestopediaCliffNotes I actually first read about Bollinger Bands® when I was learning about Covered Calls for Beginners when I was on the beach. I still have yet exercise any such covered calls but it did get me curious enough to learn more and make this video. Hope it at least helps somebody on here! I feel like these videos are becoming a touch obscure. The Breakdown: - "ThereSee more
#TechnicalIndicator #InvestopediaCliffNotes If enough people believe in it does it make it true? I've always been skeptical of technical analysis but honestly if enough people believe in it then it should have value in predicting the human, emotional aspect of the stock market in a more predictable and reliable way. The Breakdown: - "Technical indicators are heuristic or mathematical calculationsSee more
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