Investing

This practical glossary contains over 140 most important investment terms and definitions in alphabetical order.

9 Financial Terms Every Beginner, Entrepreneur & Business Should Know

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Essential Investment Terms You Should Know

Are you learning about investing? Then it’s important that you learn and understand some basic investment terminology.

If you are a new investor, you will likely encounter terms that you don’t understand. It may seem overwhelming in the beginning but, like anything, once you become familiar with it, you realize there is no reason to be intimidated.

This is an introduction to some of the more common investing terms that you may encounter.

Understand Investment Types
There are various ways to invest your money, such as stocks, bonds, and property. You should have a clear understanding of each option to make the best decision for growing your money.

  • Stocks
  • Bonds
  • Mutual funds
  • Index funds
  • Exchange-traded funds
  • Options
  • Commodity Futures
  • Security Futures
  • Retirement

Rest assured, this is not rocket science. In fact, you’ll see that the most important principle on which to base your investment education is simply good common sense.

Every investment term is explained in detail, with clear and concise article style description and practical examples.

The better you understand the information you receive, the more comfortable you will be with the course you’ve chosen. Don’t worry if you can’t understand the experts in the financial media right away.

Much of what they say is jargon that is actually less complicated than it sounds.

Make Your Investment Less of a Mystery
Taking time to understand the vocabulary can help you with your investment plan, eliminating confusion, and get better prepared for a swift and smooth transaction, once you have made up your mind.

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