Get familiar with common financial terms.
You don’t need a degree in finance to master the management of your investments. You just need to know the right words. Here’s a financial dictionary to help enhance your financial vocabulary. It includes words you’ll frequently see in your statements, informational materials, and articles on investing. Use it as a quick reference.
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