Investment Hunting maintains a dictionary of financial terms. As a new investor, I found it very overwhelming to understand the hundreds of common financial terms used by the bloggers and experts in the industry. My list is not exhaustive, but it covers the basic financial terms you either need to know or want to understand. Some financial terms also have example calculations. As time goes on, I’ll add more to each financial terms with example calculations (where applicable) or links to other sites where more detail can be found. If you find that there are key terms or calculations missing from this dictionary, please email me and I’ll add them to this list. Or, comment on this page with the new terms or an adjusted definition and I’ll make the change and add your site as a credit link to the financial term.
Dictionary Of Financial Terms
Please explore the Investment Hunting dictionary of financial terms by choosing a link below. All financial terms are displayed from A to Z by their first letter, with exception to ratios and numeric financial terms that don’t start with a letter. These terms are listed in the pound (#) section.
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