Financial Literacy

What is Insolvency?

Insolvency occurs when liabilities outweigh assets, and a company can’t pay off debt. The easiest place to see it is in the company’s financial reporting.

What is Index Investing?

Index investing is a great way to weather the ebbs and flows of the current market, and ride its growth over a longer period of time.

What is an Income Statement?

An income statement provides context for investors and stakeholders as to how efficiently the company is managing its revenues and expenses.

What is a Hedge Fund?

A hedge fund are for eligible qualified investors to pool their money and invest. Participation comes with an expense ratio or a management fee.

What is a Variable Cost?

Variable cost is periodic and varies depending on the level of output or sales of a company. These costs can include labor, raw material and more.

What are Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)?

Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) represent rules and practices that provide guidelines and procedures for financial data and statements.

What is a General Ledger?

A general ledger is the record of accounting information to organize and summarize financial transactions. It provides all data for financial statements.

What is Growth Investing?

Growth investing is the practice of focusing on stocks with quickly growing earnings that are anticipated to continue growing in the future.

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