by purple99x Nasdaq is an actual marketplace/exchange. It is like the New York Stock Exchange. S&P500 is a group of 500 mostly large company stocks from the NYSE and Nasdaq.
By Teresa van den Barselaar Since my first book, way back in the 1980s, I’ve warned that we’d see an Economic Winter Season between 2008 and 2023. And since 2008,
by sleepyguy22 The yield takes compounding into effect, the rate does not. For small rates, e.g. what you get in a savings account, these will be virtually identical. You can start seeing the difference
by chozanwan SQQQ tracks the inverse of the NASDAQ-100, not the S&P 500. But I’ll answer the question as if you’re comparing SQQQ vs shorting QQQ (the ETF that tracks the
by Shaun Richards Sometimes it is hard not to have a wry smile at market developments and how they play out. For example the way that equity markets have returned
The difference is category. A derivative is a type of security and a type of financial instrument. Aside from that, financial asset, security and instrument are roughly the same. The