A Stock split is when a company increases its number of outstanding shares and commensurately decreases those shares’ value.
In this segment of our ‘Think Like an Investor’ series, we’re going to look at another resource which proves invaluable to the modern investor: blogs.
ETFs are a great way for new investors to start building their portfolio in a risk-free way. But what is an ETF exactly, and are they good investments?
Exchange traded funds can be confusing for new investors, so here’s a breakdown of the most important ones.
Verizon and two other resilient blue chip stocks will generate stable returns throughout the next recession.
When the stock market is on the verge of collapse as people sell off shares at alarming rates, only one hero can prevent outright calamity: the circuit breaker!
We have just come out of the longest bull market in history, where growth and innovation were the tales of the times, but what exactly does a bull market mean?
An economic moat is one of the best things that a company can have, but what is an economic moat exactly and how does it help maintain a competitive advantage?
When your entire portfolio is showing red and the market’s in chaos, the best thing an investor can do is remember one key piece of advice: Don’t Panic!
Have you ever wanted to own part of your favorite companies? That’s exactly what happens when you purchase stock. You’re buying a part of that company and, as a part owner, you’re entitled to a share of the profits and assets of that business.