The Accredited Investor: What You Need to Know

What is an accredited investor?  An accredited investor is someone who has met certain criteria set by the SEC. In this blog post, we will discuss what it means to be an accredited investor and what benefits come with this designation. We will also provide a few tips on how …

Diffusive Volatility and Jump Risks

Implied volatility is an estimation of the future volatility of a security’s price. It is calculated using an option-pricing model, such as the Black-Scholes model, as it takes into account various factors including the current price of the underlying asset and its strike price. Implied volatility helps investors to gauge …

What Is a Fund of Funds?

If you’re an investor, then you may have heard of the term “fund of funds.” But what exactly is it? A fund of funds is a type of investment that combines multiple hedge funds into one portfolio. This can be a great option for investors who want to spread their …

Account Payable vs. Note Payable

A liability is obligation companies accumulate from past transactions and events. This obligation creates an economic outflow of benefits in the future. Practically, liabilities may come in various forms for a company. Two of the two common ones include account and note payable. Both are similar in many aspects. However, …

Investing vs Saving: The Pros and Cons

When it comes to finances, there are two main schools of thought: investing and saving. Both have their pros and cons, and it can be tough to decide which is the best option for you. In this blog post, we will discuss the pros and cons of investing vs saving …

Hedge Funds vs. Venture Capital: What’s the Difference?

Do you know the difference between a hedge fund and venture capital? In this blog post, we will discuss the differences between these two types of investment vehicles. Both hedge funds and venture capital can be very beneficial to your investment portfolio, but it is important to understand the differences …