Retail investor

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  • Investor Education Books series by The Intermarket Analysis Secret Trading Pro’s by Jim Wyckoff Foreword by Darrell Jobman US Retail: $19.95 .Foreword One of the best ways to learn about the markets and trading is to have a mentor, an experienced person who knows the ropes thoroughly and is willing to pass along his or her knowledge to you personally. As a reporter for a wire service on every major exchange floor at one time or another, Jim Wyckoff had access to some of the best and brightest people in the business – not just one mentor but many mentors.

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  • In this chapter we introduce the main, and first, concepts that one has to grasp in order to build, evaluate, purchase and sell financial structured products. Structured finance denotes the art (and science) of designing financial products to satisfy the different needs of investors and borrowers as closely as possible. In this sense, it represents a specific technique and operation of the financial intermediation business. In fact, the traditional banking activity, i.e.

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  • Jon strongly believes that before you can ever be successful in options trading, you must comprehend the concept of volatility. This is the very heart of understanding which options are worth purchasing and which are worth selling. In "How I Trade Options" Jon Najarian reveals how and why volatility should be the dominant factor in your trading decisions. According to Jon, "this is the single greatest misunderstanding among options traders. This concept alone could be the difference between your success or failure."...

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  • Jon strongly believes that before you can ever be successful in options trading, you must comprehend the concept of volatility. This is the very heart of understanding which options are worth purchasing and which are worth selling. In "How I Trade Options" Jon Najarian reveals how and why volatility should be the dominant factor in your trading decisions. According to Jon, "this is the single greatest misunderstanding among options traders. This concept alone could be the difference between your success or failure." ...

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  • In the absence of further guidance on the relative importance of the two argu- ments, our prior about the relative smartness of institutional versus individual money f lows remains neutral.With regard to the direction ofmoney f lows, there are at least two reasons to believe that investors’ fund sells have a weaker as- sociation with future performance than their fund buys. First, the disposition effect discussed in Odean (1998) suggests that sell decisions are generally not optimallymade.

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  • This proposal forms part of a wider legislative package dedicated to rebuilding consumer trust in financial markets. The package has two other parts. The first is an extensive overhaul of the Insurance Mediation Directive 2002/92/EC to ensure that customers benefit from a high level of protection when buying insurance products. The final part of the package aims at improving transparency in the investment market for retail investors (a proposal for a Regulation on key information documents for investment products). ...

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  • The impact assessment concludes that a 'strict liability' standard obliging depositaries to return instruments lost in custody irrespective of fault or negligence is both conducive to ensuring a high level of investor protection and to achieving a uniform standard across the EU.

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  • The private bond market remains much smaller than that for the government. The outstanding issuance of corporate bonds has risen to almost 10 percent of GDP in 2011, but the market is still very concentrated in short duration rates, with a limited investor base and less diversified issuers. This suggests that the private fixed income market is not a significant long-term financing source for non-financial corporations. Indexation: Around 90 percent of private bonds are linked to the DI rate, resulting in little incentive for active trading.

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  • “Structured products” are one of the fastest growing areas in the financial services industry, and may already be over half of the notional size of the hedge fund industry (AUM plus leverage). These products, constructed by investment banks, are extremely complex using synthetic option replication techniques, and offering a variety of guarantees in returns. They are sold to retail, private banking and institutional clients. Hedge funds help reduce volatility risk for investment banks in supplying these products. ...

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  • The economic and financial crisis that arose in summer 2007 led to a significant increase in perceptions of risk in the economy, resulting in a sizeable rise in risk and liquidity premia on credit markets. Given the nature of the crisis, the financial sector was particularly affected, with respect to its financing via both the money market and the bond market, which may have had an impact on the retail interest rates offered by banks to busi- nesses and households.

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  • Most retail investors buy corporate bonds through a public offer. A company that makes a public offer will issue a prospectus and investors apply directly to buy bonds. Many investors find out about these offers through newspaper advertisements. The prospectus for an offer of corporate bonds generally specifies a minimum investment parcel (or bundle of bonds). People who invest in corporate bonds when they are first issued pay the face value of the bond (usually $100 each).

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  • Voted by the European Parliament in November 2010, the AIFM Directive covers all alternative sectors such as hedge funds, real estate and private equity, as well as traditional sectors where the fund products are not registered as UCITS.1 AIF products are generally reserved for professional investors, but may also be marketed to retail investors. Today, investors access alternative investment products primarily through national private placement channels; for European investors and products, the AIFM marketing regime will replace these.

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  • Thus, an overwhelming majority of the funds garnered from the urban non-retail segment are short-term investments. Further, this is not a short-term trend as it has been noticed over a period of a few years. Therefore, if the industry wants to change the age profile of the funds it has at its disposal, it needs to seriously look at the other investors i.e. retail investors and high net-worth individuals (HNIs) in the urban and semi-urban areas. This will also help fulfil the objectives of financial inclusion.

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  • The withdrawal of the entry-load, which constituted a good part of the commissions passed on to the distributors, was one of the other factors leading to a sudden change in the distribution space. Generally, it is more expensive for a distributor to reach out to a retail investor than to a corporate investor. While an average retail investor folio has about 35,000 INR of assets, an average corporate investor folio has 59 lakh INR of assets.

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  • Investor base: about 70 percent of private bonds were purchased by banks in 2011. Their participation has increased further recently partly because they have faced constraints in expanding consumer loans given increased risk and higher cost in the sector, and therefore have sought alternative higher-yield investment instruments. Liquidity in the secondary market is very limited as many banks tend to hold private bonds until maturity. Retail investors’ participation remains low (see Figure 11). ...

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  • The economic value of a community is generally measured through such things as residential real estate prices, taxing capacity, the quality of public amenities, the value of nearby retail services and the quality of human capital. Assets grow and depreciate in value based on individual and social actions, including the willingness or ability of individuals, households, businesses and governments to invest in and develop them. Economically distressed communities have declining asset values relative to more competitive places.

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  • A study from 1979-1989 indicated that REITs performance is positively affected by the flow of information in the market. The demand for such information is largely attributable to institutional investors monitoring their investments (Chan, et al, 2003). Overall, institutional investor involvement in REITs market is essential and the lukewarm response from institutional investors may have contributed to the slow development of the Malaysian LPT market.

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  • Expansion of cultivated area seems unlikely to slow. Population growth, rising incomes, and urbanization will continue to drive demand growth for some food products, especially oilseed and livestock, and related demands for feed and industrial products. A conservative estimate is that, in developing countries, 6 million ha of additional land will be brought into production each year to 2030. Two-thirds of this expansion will be in Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America, where potential farmland is most plentiful.

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  • Fundamental Indexing™ (“FI”) is one of the most successful new investment products to be launched during the 2000s. In a little over two years it has attracted over $10 billion in portfolio investments. The product has been successful both in its appeal to institutional investors and in its ability to gather assets from retail investors in the burgeoning ETF market place. FI has been a marketing sensation. Moreover the actual performance of the FI portfolio has been excellent.

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  • At the time of the survey, twenty nine sites were identified as offering online trading in Australia and surveyed over a three day period. The websites were reviewed against a range of disclosure related criteria, including best practice benchmarks and standards. The survey determined that, on the whole, the online trading industry in Australia is an effective and efficient e-commerce industry. It has provided retail investors with a cheap, efficient and convenient process of buying and selling securities in Australia.

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