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The Dow Jones Industrial Average is considered to be an effective gauge of the U.S. economy, and overall investor sentiment. For those who keep close track of the Dow, it is something to be watched ever so closely. This...
The world of personal and business finance is an interesting one, and the U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission has created this excellent site to educate the American public about these matters. The site...
Created by authors Duckworth, McCabe, Moore and Sclove, this applet illustrates the concept of risk versus return in investment portfolios by analyzing mean and standard deviation and graphing results. It accompanies...
This lesson involves economics and mathematical materials. Students will use their knowledge of exponents to compute an investment's worth using a formula and a compound interest simulator. They may also use the model...
All about Value at Risk (VaR) is a wonderful resource for those interested in this form of risk management assessment. Created by Barry Schacter, the head of Enterprise Risk Management for Caxton Corporation, this site...
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