That which a business keep or that which a business owes after all expenditures have occurred.
Preparing for the orderly administration, management, and distribution of a person's assets and liabilities during one's lifetime and upon death. In addition to a will, an estate plan may include trusts, insurance, and other elements intended to carry out the wishes of the estate owner and improve the estate's after-tax value.
This is the approximate amount your estate will pay in estate taxes. Keep in mind that your estate may also incur state and local transfer taxes and possible generation-skipping transfer taxes. Estate planning is a very complex topic with many governing laws, so you should consult a qualified tax or legal professional for advice.
Bearish reversal chart pattern that continues an uptrend with a long candle body followed by a gapped up small candle body, then a down close with the close below the midpoint of the first candle.
First day of the ex-dividend period. If an investor does not own the stock before the ex-dividend date, they will not be eligible for the dividend payout.
Price gap that occurs at the end of a trend, signaling that the trend is concluding.
Moving average that gives greater weight to more recent data in an attempt to reduce the lag of the moving average.
Term describing a stock that has risen above its pivot point. The stock is considered more risky since it has already begun its advance and is more likely to reverse.