An index is a group of similar stocks or bonds, whose performance is suppose to represent all or part of that particular market.
Initial Public Offering (IPO)
Initial Public Offering or "IPO" is when a private company sells its stock to the public for the first time.
An Insider is anyone who has non-public information about a company.
Insider Trading is a type of illegal trading where a trade is executed based upon information that’s not available to the public and that information could significantly impact the price of a stock.
Institution is a broad term used for an organization that has a specific purpose.
An Institutional Investor is a finance professional who works at an institution, such as a hedge fund or mutual fund, who makes investment decisions for the institution’s account or on behalf of others.
Interest Rate is the cost of borrowing money.
Investing is the buying and selling of stocks and bonds over a longer period of time.
The amount of money you make, or your profit, on an investment before you pay taxes on it.
IPO is an abbreviation for Initial Public Offering which is when a private company sells its stock to the public for the first time.
An Issuer is an institution that borrowed money by selling bonds to investors.