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Asset: An asset is, essentially, anything of monetary value that a person or a company owns. This could include stocks, bonds, and even property, like cars and houses.

Appreciation: Appreciation happens when an asset rises in value.

Common Stock: Common stock is an investment in a public company that grants the stockholder ownership rights in the business. Not all stockholders have an active role in the company, but they do get a share of the profits.

Depreciation: Depreciation happens when an asset lowers in value.

Dividend: A dividend is a share of the profit that is distributed to a holder of common stock or other type of security. Other securities, like a savings account with an interest rate, also provide a dividend to the account holder.

Equity: The term equity refers to a security that is essentially ownership of a part of a company, typically in the form of a stock.

Liquidity: Liquidity refers to how quickly and easily an asset can be changed into useable funds. Stocks and bonds, for instance, can usually be turned into cash faster than property like vehicles and r estate can be.

Principal: A principal is the original amount of an investment.

Securities: Securities are items of financial worth that are transferable, whether that transfer is to another holder or into useable funds. Stocks and company shares are common types of securities, but items issued by financial or government organizations, like bonds, are also considered to be securities.

Volatility: The volatility of a security is how much its value varies. For example, a stock that has a history of very high costs and very low costs is extremely volatile. This somewhat subjective detail is often used to help determine the risk associated with a particular investment.

 
 
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Hawkeye Brokerage Center
2010 Keokuk St, Iowa City, IA 52240
HBC is dedicated to helping clients reach their goals by developing spending and saving guidelines that balance present and future needs, and by providing objective investment recommendations.
(319) 354-6506
Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
1065 Sierra Ct Ne, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
(319) 896-7749
Financial Planning Services
121 N Mcarthur St, Macomb, IL 61455
(309) 833-3988
Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
4550 E 53rd St, Davenport, IA 52807
(563) 388-2300
Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
336 S 36th St, Quincy, IL 62301
(217) 592-3940


Investment management companies will manage your assets and securities while providing financial advice and planning. Fund managers, also known as investment advisors, will conduct investment management as well as important financial decisions. A good investment management firm will go over their client's assets and recommend proper investments. Long term returns to different assets will need to be studied to determine where money should be kept in order to generate more money over time. Picking a strategy can be difficult to those that don't know a lot of information regarding investments. Investment managers should have a thorough knowledge about securities, assets, bonds, and real estate. Sustainable investment management is a type of investing option that many people are finding to be very successful. Enterprise, capital, and money management can help individuals and corporations build wealth. If you're interested in learning more about enterprise and capital investment options, find brokers or financial advisors, or meet with an investment manager for a consultation, you can look in a phone book or online to find a local firm. For those that are in a corporation, the company may offer financial advisors for their employees who want to learn about investing. Friends, family, and co-workers may also have an investment manager they work with for their investment needs. Ask around and see if you're recommended to a firm that has done well for somebody you know. Search the internet for information and reviews clients have had on a specific firm. You will want to be able to trust the advice you're given without having to worry about the money you're investing.
 
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