Making the most of your money seems easy, but it is not. This vocabulary of the Bank of Spain and the CNMV can help you
Value that represents a proportional part of the social capital of a company. Who has shares is, therefore, a proprietary partner.
Value that certifies the ownership of certain economic rights (shares, deposits, fixed income securities …)
The part of our income that we do not spend and that, therefore, we accumulate for the future. The difference between saving and investing is determined by the risk that is assumed. Saving does not imply any risk, while investing assumes a risk in order to obtain greater profitability.
Those that are subject to transaction in the real estate market (land, building sites, offices, homes, premises …). They have less liquidity than financial assets and are an investment alternative to them.
Value that represents a proportional part of a loan. The issuing company undertakes to repay the holders of the securities with an interest and to return the contributed capital.
Fixed or variable remuneration received by financial intermediaries for their services. Percentages are usually applied to the amount of the operation, always with a minimum.
Nominal interest that holders of a fixed-income security have the right to receive. Usually paid annually.
Amount of money deposited in the entities for their custody. The entity is obliged to return the same amount plus an interest.
DIVERSIFICATION OF RISK
Basic principle, which consists of distributing the investment between products with different profitability and different risk. Concentrating on a single type increases the danger of losses, because if that asset suffers there is no other that can compensate.
It is the tax burden that is applied on savings or investment.
Equity constituted by the contributions of multiple investors. A fund manager manages and represents the fund and is also responsible for investing these contributions in different assets.
Amount paid as remuneration of a credit or a deposit. It can also be the retribution received for an investment. The interest is greater the longer the term in which the investment is made.
To allocate savings to the purchase of movable or immovable property, or of financial assets, in order to obtain profitability from them.
It is the ease with which an asset (currency, securities, deposits, real estate) can be converted into money.
Long-term fixed income securities issued by the State. At 10, 15 and 30 years. Throughout their life, these assets pay a fixed interest rate. The State agrees to return the money invested plus interest.
Financial product designed for savings through regular contributions, in order to obtain, normally at retirement, a benefit in the form of capital (a single payment) or in the form of income (in installments or other installments).
Result of an investment; the sum of the interest or dividends obtained, plus the revaluation or depreciation experienced by the price in the market.
Set of assets that represent the debt that entities have with investors. Fixed income consists of bonds, bonds, promissory notes, etc., which pay interest on the loaned capital. The interest can be fixed or variable.
It is composed of actions, which represent the property of society. The profitability of the shares is not defined in advance, but depends on the progress of the company. That's why it's called variable income.
Measure of the uncertainty in the result of an investment. The more certainty exists about the result, the less risk the investment has.
TYPE OF INTEREST
Price of money That is to say, the amount that the debtor must pay to the one who has lent him, for having the money for a certain period. That amount is set as a percentage of the amount of money borrowed.
The date on which a financial contract expires, or in which the amount paid is returned to the investor when he purchased a fixed-income security.