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Net worth is the dollar value of your personal assets minus your personal liabilities.

To figure it out, you add up all your assets such as savings, investments, real estate holdings, retirement accounts, etc.

Then deduct from that number all your personal liabilities (credit card balances, mortgages, student loans, etc.) and the difference is your Net Worth, assuming your Assets exceed your Liabilities.

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DJIA 200-Day Moving Average words highlighted on the white backgroundIt is an investment term that it used to assess stock performance over a period of time, in this case 200 days.

A 200 day Moving Average is shown on a chart & tracks the average price of a stock during a particular 200 day long period. Moving averages can also be charted for other date ranges.

It’s a type of Technical Indicator & technical traders use it (among other indicators) to assess when to buy or sell a stock position.

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Business acronym ETF as Exchange-traded fund. Financial background.ETF stands for Exchange Traded Fund. It is a type of publicly traded investment, consisting of a group of underlying assets, usually stocks or bonds.

ETFs can be traded like stocks or bonds and their value fluctuates based on the values of the underlying assets.

Some ETFs use leverage or other strategies to increase their yield, so it is important to thoroughly understand ETFs & their risks before investing in them.

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bear-marketBear Markets are stock markets that are trending down over a period of time.

When prices drop by 20% from the previous high point in the market, investors identify it as a Bear market.

Investors who have a gloomy outlook about investing trends, are considered to be “Bearish.”

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Yes. Bond ETFs are a type of fixed income investment. The basket of bonds in the ETF can be based on specific a bond index or specific type of bond.

There are many options to choose from & they trade intraday like other ETFs.

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