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Understanding equity — knowledge is in the details

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With personal investment planning, as with statistics, the knowledge is in the details. Words can be just as important as numbers.

While market technology, products and services are continually evolving and changing, much of the language of finance and investment has remained constant — especially in the equity, or stock, market.

The following glossary contains some of the most familiar terms that you will encounter when buying, selling and reading about stocks.

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