Book value of an asset is what you get by subtracting its accumulated depreciation from the original cost of the asset.
That’s why book value is referred to as the Net Asset Value (NAV) in the UK.
For a company, the book value is its total assets subtracted by liabilities, intangible assets and/or goodwill.
Bottom line in finance is used to refer to a company’s crucial metrics like earnings, profits, net profits, earnings per share (EPS), and others.
Bottom-up investing is a stock picking strategy that uses analysis of individual companies and shares for decision-making instead of focusing on the broader economy, market, or industry.
Bounce trading refers to buying a position in security when its price falls to a particular support level with the anticipation that it will “bounce” back to a certain price level. Technical analysis is the bedrock of bounce trading but various patterns and strategies can be used to achieve the desired goal.
A box spread is a trading strategy that involves buying a bull call spread and a matching bear put spread.The goal of a box spread is to create an arbitrage strategy that can generate profits due to the price differential between the two spreads.
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