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A stock is purchased either for the expected gain in the price of the stock, for the divid

A stock is purchased either for the expected gain in the price of the stock, for the dividends that the stock may pay, or both.

 

 

12.Bonds that are rated in the D category are of higher quality than bonds that are rated in the A category.

 

 

13.If you are buying a bond that is newly issued by the corporation, you are buying it in the primary market.

 

14.If the bid value of a Treasury bond is listed as “112:16”, it means that the buyer is willing to pay $1,125 for the bond.

 

 

 

15.Applied to any investment, the phrase “there’s no such thing as a free lunch” means that higher returns come with lower risks, and lower returns come with higher risks.

 

 

16.Treasury bonds are so safe (risk-free) that they often pay relatively low returns.

 

 

17.A futures contract is a contract in which the seller agrees to provide a given good to the buyer on a predetermined future date at an agreed-upon price.

 

 

18.Another term for stocks is equity.

 

 

19.The term after the bell means after the opening of the stock market.

 

 

20.The interest paid on corporate bonds is not subject to federal taxes.

 

 

21.A bear market is one in which prices are expected to rise.

 

 

22.A private equity firm is a group of investors that buys up the publicly traded stock of a large corporation and then takes the corporation private.

 

 

23.Those who think that a popular investment is necessarily a good investment often find themselves earning low returns.

 

 

24.The typical face value of a corporate bond is $1,000.

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