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Published in : 2008-10-30 | by eHow
The Securities and Exchange Commission is a regulatory group for financial advisers. Learn about the Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC, with ...
Published in : 2009-02-03 | by eHow
Stocks that cost under $1, known as pink sheet stocks or penny stocks, are risky because they don't have as high of reporting standards to the securities and ...
Published in : 2008-10-30 | by eHow
Investing in IPOs (initial public offering) is a multi-step process that involves finding the S1 registration statement on file with the Securities and Exchange ...
Published in : 2008-11-01 | by eHow
A short form merger is when a parent corporation merges with a subsidiary business without a shareholder's approval. Contest short form mergers by employing ...
Published in : 2008-11-01 | by eHow
Corporations make acquisitions of other businesses by purchasing stocks and assets of another company. Find more information about corporate acquisitions ...
Published in : 2008-11-16 | by eHow
A letter of undertaking is used by an individual company, or broker, for raising finances for a specific initiative, and will also highlight the issues and ...
Published in : 2008-10-30 | by eHow
A bond is essentially a debt that funds a company, and that will be paid back with interest. Understand bonds and how it's different than equities with tips from a ...
Published in : 2008-10-30 | by eHow
FINRA is a self-regulatory body that handles individuals' disputes with stock brokers. Learn about how FINRA oversees stock brokers and trading around the ...
Published in : 2008-10-30 | by eHow
Bear markets generally occur over a long period and are marked by widespread pessimism. Discover how bear markets can help investors with tips from a ...
Published in : 2008-10-30 | by eHow
Learning how to handle down markets often determines if someone will be a successful investor. Deal with a down market by relying on a financial adviser with ...