Stock • A supply accumulated for future use; a store
Dividends • A share of profits received by a stockholder or by a policyholder in a mutual insurance society
Capital Gain • The amount by which proceeds from the sale of a capital asset exceed the original cost.
Common Stock • Capital stock that is secondary to preferred stock in the distribution of dividends and often of assets
Blue Chip Stock • A stock that sells at a high price because of public confidence in its long record of steady earnings
Dow Jones • - an indicator of stock market prices; based on the share values of 30 blue-chip stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange; "the Dow Jones Industrial Average is the most widely cited indicator of how the stock market is doing
Futures • Business Commodities or stocks bought or sold upon agreement of delivery in time to come
Options • The exclusive right, usually obtained for a fee, to buy or sell something within a specified time
Bonds • Something, such as a fetter, cord, or band, that binds, ties, or fastens things together
Mutual Fund • An investment company that continually offers new shares and buys existing shares back at the request of the shareholder and uses its capital to invest in diversified securities of other companies.
Commodities • Something useful that can be turned to commercial or other advantage
Preferred stock • Capital stock having priority over a corporation's common stock in the distribution of dividends and often of assets
New York Stock Exchange(NYSE) • the large display board at the New York Stock Exchange that reports on stocks traded on the exchange