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  • Investor : 

    An investor is an individual or institution that commits money to buy securities with an expectation of a financial return. The primary objective of an investor is to minimize risk while maximizing returns.

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  • Term to Maturity : 

    This is the time between when a bond is issued and when it matures, at which time the issuer must redeem the bond and pay the principal (face value). Typically, a longer term to maturity has a greater yield and vice versa.

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  • Reaction : 

    This is a short-term reversal of the prevailing trend in the price movement of a share. Thus when in a falling market, the share registers a short term increment in price and in a rising market, the share registers a short term decline in price.

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  • New Issue : 

    This is a stock or bond issue being offered for sale to the public for the first time.

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  • Trust : 

    This is a legal arrangement where an individual (the trustor) gives fiduciary control of property to a person or institution (the trustee) for the benefit of beneficiaries. A living trust is one that is in effect during the trustor’s lifetime whereas a testamentary trust is created through the will of a deceased person.

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