|A group of assets (often in a similar class of sector or market capitalization) which can be traded as a single security.|
Statistical composite that measures changes in the economy or in financial markets, often expressed in percentage changes from a base year or from the previous month. Indexes measure the ups and downs of stocks, bonds, and some commodities markets in terms of market prices and weighting of companies in the index.
(ETF) A fund that tracks an index, but can be traded like a stock. Many ETFs ...
A company's end markets refer to the broad underlying markets into which it sells its products ...
Bulletin Board Shell
A blank check or shell company whose securities trade on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board. ...
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