Waiver of restoration premium is a section of an insurance policy that relates to continuation of coverage with a policy that has already paid out a claim.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) is an independent nonprofit organization that is responsible for establishing accounting and financial reporting standards for companies and nonprofit organizations in the United States, following generally
A bear call spread, or a bear call credit spread, is a type of options strategy used when an options trader expects a decline in the price of the underlying asset. A bear call spread is achieved by purchasing call options at a specific strike price
A digital option is a type of options contract that has a fixed payout if the underlying asset moves past the predetermined threshold or strike price. There’s an upfront fee called the premium for digital options, which is the maximum loss for
A dual class stock is the issuing of various types of shares by a single company. A dual class stock structure can consist of Class A and Class B shares, for example. Shares can differ, based on distinct voting rights and dividend payments.
The annual percentage yield (APY) is the real rate of return earned on a savings deposit or investment taking into account the effect of compounding interest.
UST is the abbreviation for the United States Treasury, and it is commonly used for references to the Treasury debt that the US issues. Traders use the phrases UST yields to refer to Treasury yields or UST curve to refer to the Treasury yield curve
The Stochastic RSI (StochRSI) is an indicator used in technical analysis that ranges between zero and one (or zero and 100 on some charting platforms) and is created by applying the Stochastic oscillator formula to a set of relative strength index
Pareto Analysis is a technique used for business decision making based on the 80/20 rule. It is a decision-making technique that statistically separates a limited number of input factors as having the greatest impact on an outcome, either desirable
The Korea Stock Exchange is a division of the much larger Korea Exchange (KRX, or the Exchange). Previously, Korea’s stock market was a standalone entity. In 2005, the Korea Stock Exchange merged with the Korea Futures Exchange and the electronic