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  1. certificate of deposit (CD)
  2. mutual funds
  3. sole proprietorship
  4. corporation
  6. equity
  7. debit card
  8. maturity date
  9. expected rate of return
  10. shareholders
  11. corporate governance
  12. high yield bonds
  13. compound interest
  14. venture capital
  15. index fund
  16. private company
  17. financial intermediary
  18. risk
  19. actual rate of return
  20. checking account
  21. public company
  22. diversification
  23. face value
  24. simple interest
  25. bond
  26. present value
  27. dividend
  28. initial public offering (IPO)
  29. bond yield
  30. savings account
  31. liquidity
  32. coupon rate
  33. stock
  34. municipal bonds
  35. partnership
  36. Treasury bond
  37. corporate bond
  38. bondholder
  39. capital gain
  1. a an interest rate calculation only on the principal amount
  2. b the first sale of shares of stock by a firm to outside investors
  3. c a mutual fund that seeks only to mimic the overall performance of the market
  4. d a measure of the uncertainty of that project's profitability
  5. e a bank account that pays an interest rate, but withdrawing money typically requires a trip to the bank or an automatic teller machine
  6. f financial investments in new companies that are still relatively small in size, but that have
    potential to grow substantially
  7. g an institution, like a bank, that receives money from savers and provides funds to
  8. h a company run by an individual as opposed to a group
  9. i bonds that offer relatively high interest rates to compensate for their relatively high chance of default
  10. j the amount that the bond issuer or borrower agrees to pay the investor
  11. k someone who owns bonds and receives the interest payments
  12. l the total rate of return, including capital gains and interest paid on an investment at the end of a period of time
  13. m a bond issued by firms that wish to borrow
  14. n the monetary value a homeowner would have after selling the house and repaying any outstanding bank loans used to buy the house
  15. o a business owned by shareholders who have limited liability for the company's debt yet a share of the company's profits; may be private or public and may or may not have publicly-traded stock
  16. p a firm owned by the people who run it on a day-to-day basis
  17. q people who own at least some shares of stock in a firm
  18. r a direct payment from a firm to its shareholders
  19. s a firm that has sold stock to the public, which in turn can be bought and sold by investors
  20. t the name economists give to the institutions that are supposed to watch over top executives in companies owned by shareholders
  21. u a mechanism for a saver to deposit funds at a bank and promise to leave them at the bank for a time, in exchange for a higher rate of interest
  22. v a financial contract through which a borrower like a corporation, a city or state, or the federal government agrees to repay the amount that was borrowed and also a rate of interest over a period of time in the future
  23. w an interest rate calculation on the principal plus the accumulated interest
  24. x the interest rate paid on a bond; can be annual or semi-annual
  25. y a bond issued by the federal government through the U.S. Department of the Treasury
  26. z the stock of a firm, divided into individual portions
  27. aa a company run by a group as opposed to an individual
  28. ab a claim on partial ownership of a specific firm
  29. ac the date that a bond must be repaid
  30. ad how much a project or an investment is expected to return to the investor, either in future interest payments, capital gains, or increased profitability
  31. ae a card that lets the person make purchases, and the cost is immediately deducted from that person's
    checking account
  32. af the rate of return a bond is expected to pay at the time of purchase
  33. ag a bank account that typically pays little or no interest, but that gives easy access to money, either by writing a check or by using a "debit card"
  34. ah a financial gain from buying an asset, like a share of stock or a house, and later selling it at a higher price
  35. ai a bond's current price at a given time
  36. aj refers to how easily money or financial assets can be exchanged for a good or service
  37. ak investing in a wide range of companies to reduce the level of risk
  38. al a bond issued by cities that wish to borrow
  39. am funds that buy a range of stocks or bonds from different companies, thus allowing an investor an easy way to diversify