||Separate types of investments, such as stocks/stock mutual funds, bonds/bond funds, money market accounts, and international stocks/international stock funds.
||Money paid by a corporation to each shareholder.
|| A mutual fund or account that invests in short-term, liquid investments.
||A mutual fund is a pool of stocks, bonds, and other securities managed by an investment company.
|Rate of Return
||The annual amount of money an investment makes, given as a percentage.
||The chance that an investment may lose value. Less-risky investments have a lower rate of return.
||Monetary increase in an investment. If an investment loses value, it is called a negative return.