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Financial terms in "Fundamental Analysis"

1. Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization

2. year-over-year

3. look-ahead bias

4. interim earnings per share

5. Capitalization

6. first preferred stock

7. Operating Cash Flow

8. residual security

9. recommendation

10. foreign dividend

11. employee stock purchase plan

12. Core Earnings

13. current earnings per share (current EPS)

14. Form 8-K

15. dividend equivalent right

16. dividend payout

17. Tender Offer

18. forward dividend yield

19. Closely held

20. big bath

21. Yield

22. Record Date

23. capitalized interest

24. due bill period

25. Earnings surprise

26. Gordon Growth Model

27. Funds From Operations

28. total shareholder return

29. relative P/E ratio

30. share repurchase plan

31. Return On Assets

32. Ex-dividend

33. Director

34. stock option

35. dividend addition

36. Net Operating Income

37. incremental dividend

38. dividend trade roll/play

39. net profit

40. current income

41. primary earnings per share

42. adjusted book value

43. insider selling

44. Earnings Before Interest and Taxes

45. financial structure

46. stock screening

47. purchase acquisition

48. gross processing margin

49. working capital requirement

50. forward P/E

51. liquid

52. nontaxable distribution

53. LTM

54. net book value

55. Valuation Reserve

56. Transfer Agent

57. cost of carry

58. adjustable rate preferred stock

59. DRIP

60. non-cumulative preferred

61. preference shares

62. Net Income

63. certificated stock

64. declared dividend

65. Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures

66. preferred dividend coverage ratio

67. economic surplus

68. upgrade

69. payout

70. ROIC

71. equity-linked note

72. annual return

73. Liquidity

74. annual dividend

75. deficit net worth

76. Long-Term Equity Anticipation Securities

77. Current Ratio

78. Share

79. insider trading

80. dividend capture

81. net capital ratio

82. operating profit

83. return on common equity

84. visibility

85. dividend clawback

86. fixed asset

87. Lintner's Model

88. earned surplus

89. earnings power

90. financing flows

91. Return on equity

92. unlevered beta

93. rating

94. Stockholders' Equity

95. trust-preferred security

96. Proxy

97. donated stock

98. earnings management

99. interest coverage

100. Synergy

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Brokerage Firm

Categories: Brokerages,

brokerage firms, also known as broker-dealers, are licensed by the securities and exchange commission (SEC) to buy and sell securities for clients and for their own accounts. When a brokerage firm sells securities it owns, it is said to be acting as a principal in that transaction.Firms frequently maintain research departments for their own and their clients' benefit. They may also provide a range of financial products and services, including financial planning, asset management, and educational programs.brokerage firms come in all sizes, from one- or two-person offices to huge firms with offices around the world. They are sometimes differentialed as full-service or discount firms, based on pricing structure and client relationships.Some brokerage firms exist entirely online, and nearly all firms offer you the option of placing orders electronically rather than over the telephone. In most cases, trading electronically is substantially less expensive than giving buy and sell orders by phone.

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