Capital Expenditure: Capital expenditure (capex) is the money used by a business to acquire, upgrade, and maintain physical assets such as property, buildings, businesses or equipment. The business often uses capex to take on new projects or investments.


CFP: Certified Financial Planner


Commodities: Raw materials, energy or agricultural products that can be bought and sold. Examples include
oil, gold, aluminium, wheat, and timber.



Consumer debt: The debt you owe against consumer products and/or consumables and non-appreciating
assets. Common examples include credit card debt, loans from payday lenders, and hire purchase.


Contract for difference (CFD): A CFD is an agreement to exchange the difference in value of an asset, from the time the contract is opened, until the time it’s closed.



Cryptocurrencies: A cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that uses computer cryptography for security.


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