Tom Plumb, Portfolio Manager of the Plumb Balanced Fund, discusses the latest on the markets with David Ingles and Doug Krizner on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia.
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Inflation is the decline of purchasing power of a given currency over time. A quantitative estimate of the rate at which the decline in purchasing power occurs can be reflected in the increase of an average price level of a basket of selected goods and services in an economy over some period of time.
The bond market often called the debt market, fixed-income market, or credit market-is the collective name given to all trades and issues of debt securities.
The Standard and Poor’s 500, or simply the S&P 500, is a market index tracking the performance of 500 large companies listed on stock exchanges in the United States. You cannot invest directly into an index.
Correction of short and/or long implies that prices may have overshot and need to revert to the market consensus of that security’s value. A technical correction can occur then a security’s price gets overinflated in a bull market, precipitating a selloff, or overly delated in a bear market, resulting in a buyback.
Earnings growth is the change in an entity’s reported net income over a period of time.
The current rate method is a standard method of currency translation that utilized the current market exchange rate.