Finance

Protective Put

Protective Put

A protective put, also known as a married put, is a risk-management technique in which investors use options contracts to protect themselves against the loss of a stock or asset. A synthetic call is another name for a defensive put technique. It is a portfolio procedure where a financial backer p.....

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Flower Bond

Flower Bond

A flower bond, also known as estate tax anticipation bonds, is a type of bond issued by the United States Treasury until April 1971 that matured at par value and paid the bondholder’s federal estate taxes upon their death. At the point when flower bonds are given up in installment of charge.....

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Discount Bond

Discount Bond

A discount bond (also known as a deep discount bond) is a bond that was sold at a lower price than its par (or face) value or that is actually trading for a lower price in the secondary market. It’s similar to a zero-coupon mortgage, except that it doesn’t pay interest until the bond .....

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Accumulation Phase

Accumulation Phase

The term accumulation phase refers to the timeframe (frequently quite a long while or even many years) during which an annuitant (annuity policyholder) is making money commitments to an annuity account. It is the second step in the investment process, and it has two definitions for investors and .....

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Bond Ladder

Bond Ladder

A bond ladder is a venture system that includes developing a portfolio in which bonds or other fixed-pay protections develop constantly at similarly divided stretches. Buying several smaller bonds with different maturity dates rather than one large bond with a single maturity date reduces interes.....

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Puttable Bond

Puttable Bond

A puttable bond (also known as a putable bond, putable bond, or retractable bond) is a debt instrument that enables bondholders to force the issuer to repurchase the security at predetermined dates prior to maturity. To put it another way, it’s a bond with a built-in put option. Callable bo.....

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Revenue Bond

Revenue Bond

A revenue bond is a type of municipal bond in which the obligation’s repayment is mainly guaranteed by the entity’s operating revenues. Dissimilar to general commitment bonds, just the incomes indicated in the lawful agreement between the investor and bond backer are needed to be util.....

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Blanket Honesty Bond

Blanket Honesty Bond

A blanket honesty bond is a form of fidelity bond that protects employers from damages arising from employee dishonesty. This type of coverage, also known as a commercial blanket bond, is needed to protect against risks such as employee fraud and theft, which the financial industry is no stranger.....

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Fidelity Bonds

Fidelity Bonds

A fidelity bond is a form of business insurance that protects an employer from damages incurred by fraudulent or deceptive conduct on the part of its employees. This protects employers from damages incurred by dishonesty or deception on the part of their workers. The protection ensures against mo.....

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International Bonds

International Bonds

Bonds issued by a country or corporation that is not the investor’s home country are known as international bonds. It is typically denominated in the currency of the issuer’s home country. It pays interest at regular intervals and returns the principal sum to bondholders at maturity, .....

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Accumulation/Distribution Indicator (A/D)

Accumulation/Distribution Indicator (A/D)

One of the most widely used volume-based indicators in the market is the accumulation/distribution (A/D) indicator. It’s a volume-based measure that uses the relationship between the stock’s price and volume flow to assess a stock’s trend. This gives knowledge into how solid a .....

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Voluntary Accumulation Plan

Voluntary Accumulation Plan

A voluntary accumulation plan encourages mutual fund investors to buy shares in a mutual fund on a regular basis in order to grow their investment over time. The dollar-cost averaging technique is available to the small investor. It generally alludes to investors placing in a fixed measure of cas.....

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