Financial Terms

Financial Terms

Financial Terms

EBITDA stands for earnings before interest taxes, depreciation and amortization. It is a measure of an organization’s operating performance. load more

Earnings Per Share (EPS) refers to the proportion of an organization’s net income to its number of outstanding shares. This calculation can be used to assess the strength of a company against other firms as well as to measure the performance of the company.

Return on Equity (ROE) is a percentage expressed in terms of a percentage. It is the measure of the profitability of a company in relation to equity of shareholders.

he term is often used when discussing yields and rates in the fixed-income world. The term is popular among those who invest in stocks that pay dividends and are focused on the return of an investment due to a dividend.

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency used as a medium of exchange and storage of value. Bitcoin was inspired by earlier cryptocurrencies like Hashcash and b-money, which were invented as early as 1997 and are cited in Bitcoin documents. SEE MORE

A stock is a security that represents ownership in a public corporation. load more

The term “dividend” refers to a form of payment or distribution made by a company to shareholders of the company. The form (e.g. stock, cash) and the amount (e.g. monthly or quarterly) the amount the dividend are determined through the Board of Directors, but must be ratified by shareholders. load more

The annual percentage rate (APR) is the annual interest earned by a sum charged to borrowers or paid to investors. load more