Index funds, which track an underlying market index have grown in popularity with investors over the years. A fund might track the S&P 500 or Dow Jones Industrial Average, allowing investors to own each of the holdings within those indices. Although index funds should replicate their respective indices, no fund’s performanceContinue Reading


Dilutive vs. Anti-Dilutive: An Overview Publicly traded companies can offer either dilutive or anti-dilutive securities. These terms commonly refer to the potential impact of any securities on the stock’s earnings per share. The fundamental concern of existing shareholding after new securities are issued, or after securities are converted, is thatContinue Reading