An emerging market is an economy that is becoming wealthier and more advanced, but is not yet classed as "developed".
Tracker funds (also known as index funds or passive funds) aim to track the performance of a particular index, such as the FTSE 100 or S&P 500.
ADRs (American Depositary Receipts) allow US investors to get exposure to shares in foreign companies without the hassle of owning shares denominated …
The Alternative Investment Market (Aim) was first established in 1995 by the London Stock Exchange as a way for newer firms to gain access to public f…
Alpha (which is also known as the alpha coefficient) is a way of analysing the value that an active fund manager...
Altman Z Score
Devised in the 1960s by Edward Altman, a Z score indicates the probability of a company entering bankruptcy within the next two years...