||Market capitalization of companies’ stocks with market value that exceeds $10 billion.
||The most recently reported trading price for an equity or a futures contract.
|Leverage ||Investment strategy of using borrowed money for the use of various financial or borrowed capital to increase the potential return of an investment. |
||Company’s legal financial debts or obligations to another party that are not yet paid for.
||The asset that could easily be converted to cash and usually recorded in current asset of a balance sheet.
||A market that have many available buyers and sellers with a small increment in price change, usually like futures, forex, bonds and stocks.
||Ability to convert asset into money readily.
|Liquidity Risk ||Risk that the investor will have to sell the bond below its indicated value. |
||Financial instrument that is traded through an exchange which it is listed.
||The stocks or shares of a company that are traded on a stock exchange. Companies must pay fees to be listed and adhere to the rules and regulations of the registered securities exchange.
|Long Term Liability
||Company’s financial debt or obligations that are due for more than a year.
||The lowest price of a stock in a day in recent or current trading session.