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  • Inflation vs Deflation

    A currency's value is the number of goods and services you can buy with a fixed amount of it – called the purchasing power of a currency. When the purchasing power of a currency declines, a smaller quantity of goods can be bought with the same amount of the currency – this is

  • The Game of Monopoly

    If you remember playing Monopoly as a child, you are already familiar with some financial lessons, even if you are not consciously aware of them.

  • How the Stock Market Works

    The stock market is a place where companies list themselves to make their shares available to a broad range of investors to purchase these shares.

  • Securities Markets

    Securities markets allow stocks, bonds, and other securities to be bought and sold quickly and at a...

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  • Raising Capital

    Raising capital is a core part of being a business owner, whether you’re at the beginning of y...

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  • Types of Shares

    A company may have many different types of shares that come with different conditions and rights in...

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  • Introduction

    Many people would love to have businesses without ever having to show up at work. They could sit back, watch their companies grow, and collect the profits as the money rolls in! This situation sounds like a pipe dream but is much closer to reality than you might think.

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  • What is a Stock?

    A stock is a share in the ownership of a company. It represents a claim on the company's assets and earnings. The more stock you own, the greater your ownership stake in the company.

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  • Why Does a Company Issue Stock?

    As we learned in the last lesson, a stockholder is entitled to his or her share of the earnings of a company and has a claim on the company's assets.

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  • Introduction

    In this course of Fundamentals of Fixed-Income Investments, we will get a wholesome view of the fixed-income market, the essential features, key players, and understand the various risks and returns.

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  • The Basics

    Issuing fixed-income investments are a simple way for organizations to borrow money. Instead of borrowing from just banks

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  • The Lifecycle of a Bond

    Here is a very simple representation of a bond’s lifecycle. This is a 5-year bond with annual coupon payments. If the investor purchases this bond at issuance

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  • Introduction

    In this module of the PSX Vault, we will discuss everything you need to know about Equity Investments. Investing in equity refers to investing in the future of a business by taking a share in its ownership.

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  • Starting a Business

    Ok, let’s go into business together and start a company. We are going to start a baking business that operates through bakery carts only. Now, we don’t have enough money today, so we will raise some money from friends to launch the business.

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  • Form of Business

    We need to decide with whom to start the business. We could share business ownership with people who are willing to invest in the company

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