Capital Markets

Pink Sheets: The OTC Market

What is the Pink Sheet? Pink Sheets are a type of over-the-counter (OTC) trading service where companies’ stocks are quoted, often with less stringent regulatory requirements than a major exchange like the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) or NASDAQ. This makes the Pink Sheets a common platform for trading penny stocks. Penny stocks are common...

A Guide to the Risks and Opportunities of Pre-Market Trading

What is Pre-Market Trading? In many U.S. stock markets, pre-market trading is a period of trading activity that occurs before the regular market session opens. For example, the New York Stock Exchange, which is home to the Dow Jones and S&P 500 stock indexes, and the Nasdaq, home of the Nasdaq 100, typically open at...

The Comprehensive Guide to Investment Research

What is Investment Research? Investment research is the bedrock of informed financial analysis. It involves a detailed examination and analysis of various financial instruments, markets, and economic trends to aid investors in making investment decisions. This process empowers investors and institutions alike to allocate their capital effectively, maximize returns, and mitigate risks. Investment research analyst...

Wall Street

What is Wall Street? There are two ways to look at what Wall Street is. It is both a geographical location and the financial mecca of the U.S. (and, arguably, of the world). In terms of geography, Wall Street takes up eight blocks in Manhattan, New York. It runs east to west from Broadway to South...
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