Historical stock prices help investors evaluate a company's performance in the public markets over time, and can be a valuable indicator of investor's perception of the company's prospects. Investopedia's Markets page is a great place to start.
Learn why Ireland is a desirable location for corporations, how low the country's tax rate is and what taxation and economic policies help businesses.
Find out about tangible and intangible assets, and understand how intangible assets, such as goodwill, do not take physical form but still affect a company.
Learn the various conditions that determine whether or not a personal loan counts as income for the borrower and if it can be taxed accordingly.
Learn whether it is possible to transfer a personal loan to another person, and find out what happens when you default on a personal loan.
Explore the impact of real value and nominal value on stock trading. Find out how these values are assigned and what causes them to change.
In some cases, a ticker symbol on the Nasdaq will have five letters where the fifth letter is an identifier symbol.
Understand how the process of short selling allows a person to sell a stock without technically owning it.
Learn about placing trades with a broker and the amount of time required to received confirmation of different types of orders, such as limit and stop-loss.
Learn some the important basic principles of investing illustrated by Warren Buffett's first experience in stock market trading.