New Investment Terminology

November 2002
Journal of Financial Planning;Nov2002, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p27
Academic Journal
This article provides information on the definition of new investment terminology that financial planners may want to become familiar with, as of November 2002. Old investment terms are undergoing dramatic revisions in light of corporate scandals and the bear market. CEO stands for chief embezzlement officer. Meanwhile, P/E stands for parole entitlement. Moreover, bull market is a random market movement causing an investor to mistake himself for a financial genius. Furthermore, momentum investing is the fine art of buying high and selling low. In contrast, value investing is the art of buying low and selling lower. Finally, market correction is the day after one buys stocks.


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