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Ch 24: Securities Markets: Homework Help

About This Chapter

The Securities Markets chapter of this Intro to Business Homework Help course helps students complete their securities markets homework and earn better grades. This homework help resource uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long.

How it works:

  • Identify which concepts are covered on your securities markets homework.
  • Find videos on those topics within this chapter.
  • Watch fun videos, pausing and reviewing as needed.
  • Complete sample problems and get instant feedback.
  • Finish your securities markets homework with ease!

Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:

  • Investment bankers and securities markets
  • Stock exchanges
  • Stock trades
  • Equity financing by selling stock
  • Bond types and properties
  • Bond financing
  • Indicators and market conditions
  • Bond and stock investments
  • Exchange-traded funds
  • Mutual funds

17 Lessons in Chapter 24: Securities Markets: Homework Help
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Securities Markets and Investment Bankers

1. Securities Markets and Investment Bankers

Securities markets and investment banks provide opportunities for companies to obtain capital and people to make investments to increase their wealth. In this lesson, you'll learn about securities markets and the players involved.

Trading Securities on the Stock Exchange

2. Trading Securities on the Stock Exchange

Stocks are traded all over the world seven days a week, 24 hours a day on stock exchanges located in the world's financial capitals, such as New York, London, Tokyo and Hong Kong. In this lesson, you'll learn how stocks are traded.

Selling Stock to Raise Capital

3. Selling Stock to Raise Capital

One method a business can use to raise funds is selling stock to potential investors. In this lesson, you'll learn about raising capital through the sale of stock, including its advantages and disadvantages.

Bonds: Types, Characteristics and Issuing Procedures

4. Bonds: Types, Characteristics and Issuing Procedures

In this lesson, you will learn about some of the more common types of bonds and their characteristics. Bonds include: secured and unsecured bonds, term and serial bonds, registered and bearer bonds, and convertible and callable bonds.

The Advantages of Bond Financing

5. The Advantages of Bond Financing

This lesson introduces you to the basics of bond financing, important vocabulary related to bond financing, and the financial advantages to the bond issuer. You will learn why bond issuances are a great way for companies to fund large projects.

How Indicators Influence Market Conditions

6. How Indicators Influence Market Conditions

The stock market offers an opportunity for investors to accumulate a significant degree of wealth. Investors often use tools called indicators to help them make investment decisions. In this lesson, you'll learn about these tools.

Investment Opportunities in Stocks and Bonds

7. Investment Opportunities in Stocks and Bonds

Investors often turn to the stock and bond markets when investing their money. Each market offers opportunities and risks for the individual investor. In this lesson, we'll explore the nature of these investments.

Investment Opportunities in Mutual Funds and Exchange-Traded Funds

8. Investment Opportunities in Mutual Funds and Exchange-Traded Funds

Investing in the stock market is not limited to individual stocks. Investors can also invest in mutual funds and exchange-traded funds. In this lesson, you'll learn about these opportunities, as well as their advantages and disadvantages.

Common Stock: Definition, Issuance & Formula

9. Common Stock: Definition, Issuance & Formula

This lesson will provide you with a basic understanding of common stock, why and how companies issue stock, the potential for return on investment when investing, and how to calculate shareholder earnings.

Convertible Bonds in Accounting: Definition & Examples

10. Convertible Bonds in Accounting: Definition & Examples

Convertible bonds are a special type of bond that gives the owner the option to trade for a certain amount of stock in the company. This lesson provides a detailed definition as well as examples to reinforce learning.

Countertrade: Definition, Types & Examples

11. Countertrade: Definition, Types & Examples

Countertrade is an important means of trade used by developing countries. In this lesson, you'll learn what countertrade is, the types of countertrade that are available, and also be provided some examples. A short quiz follows the lesson.

Government Securities: Definition, Types & Examples

12. Government Securities: Definition, Types & Examples

Governments need money to operate and, just like people and businesses, they will borrow money when needed. In this lesson, you'll learn about government securities.

Gross Private Domestic Investment: Definition & Formula

13. Gross Private Domestic Investment: Definition & Formula

In this lesson, you will define the concept of gross private domestic investment (GPDI), list the factors that are used to determine it, and learn to calculate it using a simple formula.

How to Calculate Earnings Per Share: Definition & Formula

14. How to Calculate Earnings Per Share: Definition & Formula

There are many different numbers that investors look at when deciding whether to invest in a company, including the earnings per share. In this lesson, we will learn what earnings per share means and how to calculate it.

How to Calculate Present Value of an Investment: Formula & Examples

15. How to Calculate Present Value of an Investment: Formula & Examples

This lesson will provide an overview of how to calculate the present value of an investment. Various examples will also be explored using the present value formula. You can test your knowledge of the material with a quiz at the end of the lesson.

Investment Spending: Definition & Formula

16. Investment Spending: Definition & Formula

In this lesson, we will explore the term investment spending. We will define it, determine the different types, learn how to calculate it, and discover why it is a necessary part of business.

Outstanding Stock: Definition & Formula

17. Outstanding Stock: Definition & Formula

A company issues shares of stock to raise money. In this section we will explain what outstanding stock is and how you can figure out how much outstanding stock a company has.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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