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Important Investment Securities Terms

Investing in securities may seem like a job left up to those who work on Wall Street, but there are many benefits to doing this yourself. The market allows you to make your money work for you, and like those professionals on Wall Street, you can live off the income you get by investing. Here are some important terms regarding this practice.

  • Bond – This is a type of debt security for a period of time in which the issuer pays a predetermined rate of interest. The principle amount is eventually paid back at its maturity date, and can pay interest after maturity in intervals or as a lump sum. These can be issued by agencies, corporations and credit institutions.
  • Equities – This is the amount of ownership bought in a company. In general, most people choose shares because they are flexible and accessible.
  • Commodities – When an individual or company has a contract for selling commodities, it is called a security. These are things like tea, petroleum, rice, milk and coal and are all supplied by providers with very little difference in quality.
  • Derivatives – These are financial tools that get their value from bonds and equities. These are also referred to as hedge instruments. Things like index options, warrants, covered and uncovered calls, repurchase agreements and futures are all examples of derivatives.
  • Trading Account Assets – These are accounts, owned and managed by banks, which underwrite U.S. government securities for resale at a profit. These can be sold to other institutions or to the public and are segregated from the stock portfolio of the institution.
  • Index Fund – This is a mutual fund with a portfolio designed to match the performance of the stock market. It is usually focused on one sector.
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    North American Securities Administrators Assoc.
    Washington, DC 20002
    If you're looking for assistance or more information on investment securities or financing, contact our association. We can help you find the financial services you need in your local area.
     
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    Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
    3825 Leonardtown Rd, Waldorf, MD 20601
    With roots dating back to 1873, the Smith Barney Global Private Client Group is a wealth management and financial services business that provides comprehensive financial planning, research and money management services to high-net-worth individual investors.
    (301) 645-9304
    Constellation Financial Advisors
    8601 La Salle Rd Ste 202, Towson, MD 21286
    Constellation Financial Advisors is an independent financial services firm located in Towson, Maryland serving the long-term financial interests of their clients by preserving and growing their capital in a tax efficient manner.
    (410) 321-8808
    Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
    201 E Main St, Salisbury, MD 21801
    (410) 341-7900
    Lombard Securities
    124 E Market St, Salisbury, MD 21801
    (410) 860-1494
    Bank of Delmarva
    2727 N Salisbury Blvd, Salisbury, MD 21801
    (410) 742-9401
    Ameriprise Financial
    601 Naylor Mill Rd, Salisbury, MD 21801
    (410) 860-1137
    Livingston, Hammond & Hill Wealth Management LLC
    120 South Blvd, Salisbury, MD 21804
    (410) 742-6413
    J and R Brokerage
    37905 Hunter Dr, Delmar, DE 19940
    (302) 907-0085
    Delmar Insurance Agency
    200 E Market St, Laurel, DE 19956
    (302) 875-1742
    Coastal Wealth Management LLC
    10441 Racetrack Rd Ste 1, Berlin, MD 21811
    (410) 208-4545
    Edward Jones Invstmnts
    11200 Racetrack Rd Ste A102, Berlin, MD 21811
    (410) 208-9083
    Raymond James Financial Services
    11042 Nicholas Ln, Berlin, MD 21811
    (410) 208-1704
    Phyllis R Mitchell
    9927 Stephen Decatur Hwy Ste 1, Ocean City, MD 21842
    (410) 213-2150
    H K Investment Protection LLC
    4980 Joshua Thomas Rd, Crisfield, MD 21817
    (410) 968-1382
    Raymond James Financial Services
    701 Bethany Loop, Bethany Beach, DE 19930
    (302) 539-3323


    There are many different types of investment securities. In one case, investment securities, marketable securities held by banks as part of its portfolio of assets, are one of the two principal sources of bank earnings. The other involves bank loans. Investment securities are important in that they provide liquidity or funding to meet customers' loan or cash demands. Another type of investment security refers to certificates indicating a person has an interest in a business or have lent money to another party. Derivative, debt, and equity securities are all different types of investment securities. People may invest in mutual funds or futures, buy and sell shares, receive dividend or interest payments, and more. Securities are often listed on the major stock exchanges of the world. They are part of investors' portfolios, and can be managed individually or by a broker skilled in finance, investment securities, and commodity contracts. Interest rates differ according to the market. People can learn more about investment in securities and commodities by researching investment websites and getting touch with financial advisors. Such advisors can help guide investors in the right direction when it comes to stocks and bonds, shares, capitals, equity, and assets. Securities regulations have been around for decades, with the first laws to protect investments popping up in the 1930s. The Internet can be a great resource to find out about rates, portfolio management, and public and private investment funds. One can also look up listings of brokers and financial advisors who may be skilled in the areas of stocks and bonds, as well as securities of all kinds.
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