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Showing posts with label Today's Jargon. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Today's Jargon. Show all posts

Warrant

A certificate issued by a company giving the holder the right to purchase securities at a stipulated price within specific time limits or pe...

Bottom-Up Investing

This investing strategy is a good example of figurative speech that implies one thing but is actually something very different. This phrase ...

Facilitating Payment, Best Method Rule, Fraud, Ad Litem and Devices for Fluid - Meaning & Definition

🌞Today's Finance Jargon 'Facilitating Payment' A financial payment that may constitute a bribe and that is made with the inte...

Expense Warranty Method

🌞Today's Finance Jargon 'Expense Warranty Method' It is the generally accepted method of accounting for warranty expense and ...

Intrinsic Value

The intrinsic value is the actual value of a company or an asset based on an underlying perception of its true value including all aspects o...

Rule of 72, Grand Larceny and Zeolite Softening

🌞Today's Finance Jargon 'Rule Of 72' The rule of 72 is a shortcut to estimate the number of years required to double your mon...

Deferred Interest, General Denial and Adsorbent

🌞Today's Finance Jargon 'Deferred Interest' A deferred interest is the amount of interest that is added to the principal bala...

Back to Back Letter of Credit, Garnishment and Back Work Ratio

Today's Finance Jargon Back-To-Back Letters Of Credit Two letters of credit (LCs) used together to help a seller finance the purc...

Interest Coverage Ratio, Adversarial Procedure and Kirchoff's Second Law

Today's Finance Jargon Interest Coverage Ratio The ratio of earnings before interest and taxes to annual interest expense. This ra...

ELSS, Special Leave Petition and Salt Spitting

Today's Finance Jargon ELSS Equity linked savings schemes (ELSS) are mutual fund investments that also provide tax savings. ELSS ...

Defeased Securities, Estoppel and Leveling Rod

Today's Finance Jargon Defeased Securities Securities that have been secured by another asset, such as cash or a cash equivalent,...

Feasibility Study, Arraignment and T-handle Socket

Today's Finance Jargon Feasibility Study An analysis and evaluation of a proposed project to determine if it (1) is technically f...

Days Working Capital, False Pretenses, Pressure Cap

Today's Finance Jargon Days Working Capital Days working capital is an accounting and finance term used to describe how many days...

Enterprise Value, Joint Power Agreement and Quenching

Today's Finance Jargon Enterprise Value (EV) Enterprise Value, or EV for short, is a measure of a company's total value, ofte...

Down Round, Weight of Evidence and Balloon Framing

Today's Finance Jargon Down Round A down round is a round of financing where investors purchase stock from a company at a lower v...

Money Laundering, Paper Hanger and Pitote Tube

Today's Finance Jargon Money Laundering Money laundering is the process of creating the appearance that large amounts of money ob...

Outperform, Back to Back Life Sentences and Adiabatic Cooling

Today's Finance Jargon Outperform Outperform is when a stock is expected to do slightly better than the market return. Also kno...

Leverage, Double Jeopardy and Pascal's Law

Today's Finance Jargon Leverage Leverage is the use of various financial instruments or borrowed capital, such as margin, to incr...

Velocity of Money, Debtor in Possession and Water Hammer

Today's Finance Jargon Velocity of Money The velocity of money measures the rate at which money goes from one transaction to an...

Reverse Mortgage Financial Assessment, De Facto Corporation and Abrasive Erosion

Today's Finance Jargon Reverse Mortgage Financial Assessment A review of the borrower’s credit history, employment history, debt...