||Refers to the financial assets, or resources, that a company has to fund its business operations.
||The gain (or loss) achieved on invested capital over a certain period of time, often expressed as a percentage of that invested capital.
||Payments of income and capital gains made by managed funds to their share/unit holders periodically throughout the calendar year.
||Occurs when asset prices move for non-fundamental reasons, or in the context of behavioural finance, when market prices may be driven by emotion more than rational analysis and an investment opportunity can therefore arise.
||Shares of ownership in a company.
||Refers here to the premium the market is demanding to take on higher levels of risk, eg the higher the premium demanded, the higher the market's risk sensitivity.
||The fundamental value of a company, reflecting both tangible and intangible assets, rather than the current market value.
||The current worth of an asset or company.
||The degree to which a given security, fund, or index rapidly change. It is calculated as the degree of deviation from the norm for that type of investment over a given time period. The higher the volatility, the riskier the security tends to be.