What are Exchange Traded Funds? Simply speaking, Exchange Traded Funds or ETFs are an open-end investment fund which tracks a basket of assets and traded on a stock exchange. What does it mean by “open-end” investment company? As an “open-end” investment company, an ETF can
Most newbie investors think that stocks are the best — and sometimes, the only — choice for investment. Generally speaking, stocks are good investment options, but not all investors will find stocks appropriate for their risk profile or investment goals.
For most people, bonds and equity (common stock) are the usual options for investment. We have already discussed these two asset classes lengthily. For a refresher course, here’s our primer on Stock Trading and Investing while here’s our tutorial on Bonds and Fixed Income.
In the past, we’ve discussed a variety of investment options for the average retail investor, including Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds, UITFs, and Preferred Shares, among others. We now add another asset class to our investment portfolio. Here are details about Long Term Negotiable Certificate of
We previously wrote a short and handy guide to investing in Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) in the Philippines, but if you’re looking for additional information or wondering if ETFs are fit for you, then continue reading below.
This is now Part 3 of our series on How to Invest in Bonds. In Part 1, you learned what bonds are while in Part 2, you learned how you can make money with bonds. In this article, you will understand the different types of
In the first article in our Bond Investment Guide series “What are Bonds?” you’ve learned what bonds are, how they differ from stocks, and some jargons associated with bond investing. Here in Part 2, you will learn how you can make money from bonds.
You’ve already learned the basics of stock trading and investing in our Stocks Tutorial and Guide. This time, let’s learn another type of financial investment: Bonds. What are Bonds? In very simple terms, a bond is an obligation by the borrower (bond issuer) to pay