Figuring out how sales growth a company has earned is very important for investors, but what exactly is it?
As a shareholder, you’re part-owner of a business, but you still don’t get to sit down with the CFO and ask where your money is being spent.
It’s nearly impossible for a person, company or country to go belly up when they’ve got more cash than debt, but what do they mean?
Slang phrases used by traders on Fintwit and Reddit can be confusing, luckily we’ve got you covered; here’s what ‘Paper Hands’ means.
If recent phrases from Fintwit and Reddit about investing have confused you, we’ve got you covered; here’s what ‘diamond hands’ means.
Positive cash flow means that for a period of time, more money came in than went out.
There will always be people who know more than you ever will about if a company is a good buy: the insiders, so what is insider ownership?
While many stocks stand strong on their own, there’s no denying that in an ever-changing world, investing in a growing industry is important.
An army of active brand advocates is a sign of a company’s competitive advantage, and is often referred to as having a following of ‘evangelists’.
Every public company is required to release a number of financial documents to give investors an overview of how the company is performing.