Financial websites, such as Investopedia and Define Finance, offer comprehensive dictionaries for terms and topics related to the finance industry, as each company’s website indicates. Define Finance provides users with ... More »

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A glossary of stock market terminology is available at Nasdaq.com and at Firstrade.com, as of June 2015. Nasdaq offers over 8,000 stock market-related investing and financial terms, says the Nasdaq website. Readers can b... More »

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Definitions of common mortgage terminology are available through banks and credit unions, government websites and consumer financial information programs. An extensive glossary of mortgage terms and concepts is available... More »

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Agora Financial, a subsidiary of Agora Inc. in Baltimore, Maryland, is a publisher of financial information and investment advice, according to the company website. Agora offers both free and paid books, articles and new... More »

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Systematic risk refers to the uncertainty inherent to the entire financial market or segment, whereas unsystematic risk comes with a certain industry or company, according to Investopedia. Systematic risk is affected by ... More »

Gearing is a synonym for leverage in finance, and the term is most commonly used in the United Kingdom and Australia. Leverage refers to any ratio or financial indicator that compares the relationship between debt and eq... More »

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Financial derivatives are securities where the price derives from the underlying asset, explains Investopedia. Derivatives are a contract between parties where fluctuations in the underlying assets determine the contract... More »

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