TTL Capital Limited

TTL Capital Limited

TTL Capital Limited (TTL Capital) is an integrated investment banking and financial advisory firm licensed and regulated by the SEC. TTL Capital Limited (TTL Capital) is an integrated investment banking and financial advisory firm licensed and regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

We are portfolio management experts committed to providing quality services to both private and institutional investors. Our expertise is in growing and preserving wealth. Our focus is on helping our clients realize their financial goals. We do this by creating well-diversified portfolios of carefully selected investment avenues that are combined in a manner designed to achieve specific return tar

[05/14/18]   What we really want to do is what we are really meant to do. When we do what we are meant to do, money comes to us, doors open for us, we feel useful, and the work we do feels like play to us. --Julia Cameron

Investment Knowledge

Capital Appreciation Fund: An investment fund that seeks growth in share prices by investing primarily in stocks whose share prices are expected to rise.

Capital Gain:Any gain realized from the sale of a capital asset.

Capital Loss: The loss in the value of an investment, calculated by the difference between the purchase price and the net sale price.

[05/07/18]   Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work. --Thomas Edison

Investment Knowledge

Broker: A person who acts as an intermediary between the buyer and seller of a security, insurance product, or mutual fund, often paid by commission. The terms broker, broker/dealer, and dealer are sometimes used interchangeably.

Brokerage Window: An investment option giving plan participants and beneficiaries the ability to set up self-directed brokerage accounts to select investments beyond those designated by a retirement plan.

[03/26/18]   An investment in knowledge pays the best interest. --Benjamin Franklin

Investment Knowledge

Basis Point: One-hundredth of one percent, or 0.01%. For example, 20 basis points equal 0.20%. Investment expenses, interest rates, and yield differences among bonds are often expressed in basis points.

Benchmark: A standard against which an investment’s performance can be compared, often an index of securities in the same asset class as the investment.

[03/12/18]   Frugality includes all the other virtues. --Cicero

Investment Knowledge

Back-end Load: A sales charge investors pay when they redeem (or sell) mutual fund shares, insurance products, or other investments, generally used to compensate brokers.

Balanced Fund: A mutual fund that invests in a combination of asset classes (usually stocks and bonds and, in some cases, cash equivalents). Balanced funds seek to provide growth and income.

[02/26/18]   It's how you deal with failure that determines how you achieve success. --David Feherty

Investment Knowledge

Average Annual Total Return: The yearly average percentage increase or decrease in an investment’s value that includes dividends, gains, and changes in share price.

Average Portfolio Maturity: The average maturity of all the bonds in a bond fund’s portfolio.

[02/19/18]   Everyday is a bank account, and time is our currency. No one is rich, no one is poor, we've got 24 hours each. --Christopher Rice

Investment Knowledge

Asset: Anything having commercial or exchange value that is owned by an individual, institution, or business.

Asset Allocation: The diversification of investments among several asset classes, such as stocks, bonds, and short-term investments (e.g., cash equivalents). Proper asset allocation may limit risk and increase opportunities.

Asset Class: A category of investments, such as stocks, bonds, or cash equivalents.

[02/12/18]   Wealth consists not in having great possessions, but in having few wants. --Epictetus

Investment Knowledge

Annual Rate of Return: The annual rate of gain or loss on an investment expressed as a percentage.

Annual Report: A yearly report or record of an investment’s (e.g., a mutual fund’s or company’s) financial position and operations.

[02/05/18]   A wise person should have money in their head, but not in their heart. --Jonathan Swift

Investment Knowledge

Aggressive: An investment approach that accepts above-average risk of loss in return for potentially above-average investment returns.

Aggressive Growth Fund: An investment fund that takes higher risk of loss in return for potentially higher returns or gains.

[01/15/18]   Too many people spend money they earned..to buy things they don't want..to impress people that they don't like. --Will Rogers

Investment Knowledge

Active Management: The trading of securities to take advantage of market opportunities as they occur, in contrast to passive management. Active managers rely on research, market forecasts, and their own judgment and experience in selecting securities to buy and sell.

Administration Expenses: The day-to-day costs for basic administrative services, such as plan recordkeeping, accounting, and legal and trustee services, that are necessary to run a retirement plan. These expenses also may include the costs of telephone voice-response systems, access to a customer service representative, educational seminars, retirement planning software, investment advice, electronic access to plan information, daily valuation, and online transactions.

[12/19/17]   “All my life I knew that there was all the money you could want out there. All you have to do is go after it.” – Curtis Carlson

Investment Certificate

Capital Gain: Any gain realized from the sale of a capital asset.

Capital Loss: The loss in the value of an investment, calculated by the difference between the purchase price and the net sale price.

[12/11/17]   “Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it; he who doesn’t, pays it.” – Albert Einstein

Investment Knowledge

Capital Appreciation Fund: An investment fund that seeks growth in share prices by investing primarily in stocks whose share prices are expected to rise.

[11/27/17]   “The money you attract is the exact measure of value of the ideas you have succeeded in externalizing.” – Elizabeth Towne

Investment Knowledge

Broker: A person who acts as an intermediary between the buyer and seller of a security, insurance product, or mutual fund, often paid by commission. The terms broker, broker/dealer, and dealer are sometimes used interchangeably.

Brokerage Window: An investment option giving plan participants and beneficiaries the ability to set up self-directed brokerage accounts to select investments beyond those designated by a retirement plan.

[11/20/17]   “The only difference between a rich person and a poor person is how they use their time.” – Robert Kiyosaki

Investment Knowledge

Bond: The debt instrument (or “IOU”) of a corporation or government entity that promises to pay the investor a specified amount of interest for a specified time period, with principal to be repaid when the bond matures.

Bond Fund: A fund that invests primarily in bonds and other debt instruments.

Bond Rating: A rating or grade that is intended to indicate the credit quality of a bond, considering the financial strength of its issuer and the likelihood that it will repay the debt. Agencies such as Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s Investors Service, and Fitch issue ratings for different bonds, ranging from AAA (highly unlikely to default) to D (in default).

[11/13/17]   “The more you’re not taking action, the more money you’re losing.” – Carrie Wilkerson

Investment Certificate

Annual Rate of Return: The annual rate of gain or loss on an investment expressed as a percentage.

Annual Report: A yearly report or record of an investment’s (e.g., a mutual fund’s or company’s) financial position and operations.

[11/06/17]   “Wealth is largely the result of habit.” – John Jacob Astor

Asset Allocation: The diversification of investments among several asset classes, such as stocks, bonds, and short-term investments (e.g., cash equivalents). Proper asset allocation may limit risk and increase opportunities.

Asset Class: A category of investments, such as stocks, bonds, or cash equivalents.

[10/30/17]   “A budget is telling your money where to go, instead of wondering where it went.” – John C. Maxwell

Investment Knowledge

Back-end Load: A sales charge investors pay when they redeem (or sell) mutual fund shares, insurance products, or other investments, generally used to compensate brokers.

[10/09/17]   “The trouble for most people is they don’t decide to get wealthy, they just dream about it.” – Michael Masters

Investment Knowledge

Average Annual Total Return: The yearly average percentage increase or decrease in an investment’s value that includes dividends, gains, and changes in share price.

Average Portfolio Maturity: The average maturity of all the bonds in a bond fund’s portfolio.

[10/02/17]   “If your only goal is to become rich, you will never achieve it.” – John D. Rockefeller

Investment Knowledge

Annual Rate of Return: The annual rate of gain or loss on an investment expressed as a percentage.

[09/18/17]   “If your only goal is to become rich, you will never achieve it.” – John D. Rockefeller

Investment Knowledge

Capital Gain: Any gain realized from the sale of a capital asset.

Capital Loss: The loss in the value of an investment, calculated by the difference between the purchase price and the net sale price.

[09/11/17]   “The only investors who shouldn’t diversify are those who are right 100% of the time.” – Templeton

Investment Knowledge

Yield: The interest or dividend paid with respect to a security. Yield is usually expressed as a percentage of the security’s price. More broadly, some investment advisors include capital appreciation as part of the yield.

[09/04/17]   “To get rich, you have to be making money while you’re asleep.”– David Bailey

Investment Knowledge

Volatility: The amount and frequency of fluctuations in the price of a security, commodity, or a market within a specified time period. Generally, an investment with high volatility is said to have higher risk, since there is an increased chance that the price of the security will have fallen when an investor wants to sell.

[08/28/17]   “Before you speak, listen. Before you write, think. Before you spend, earn. Before you invest, investigate. Before you criticize, wait. Before you pray, forgive. Before you quit, try. Before you retire, save. Before you die, give.” – William A. Ward

Investment Knowledge

Variable Return Investment: Investments for which the return is not fixed. This term includes stock and bond funds as well as investments that seek to preserve principal but do not guarantee a particular return, e.g., Money Market Fund and Stable Value Fund.

[08/21/17]   “What you choose to do with your money shows whether you are truly powerful or powerless.” – Suze Orman

Investment Knowledge

Unit Investment Trust (UIT): A type of Investment Company that typically makes a one-time “public offering” of only a specific, fixed number of units. A UIT will terminate and dissolve on a date established when the UIT is created (may be more than 50 years after the UIT is created). UITs do not actively trade their investment portfolios.

Unit Value: The dollar value of each unit on a given date.

Unitholder: An owner of units in an investment.

[08/14/17]   “What’s keeping you from being rich? In most cases it’s simply a lack of belief. In order to become rich, you must believe you can do it, and you must take the actions necessary to achieve your goal.” – Suze Orman

Investment Knowledge

Unit: A representation of ownership in an investment that does not issue shares, such as a collective investment fund.

Unit Class: Investment funds that are divided into units (e.g., collective investment funds) instead of shares may offer more than one type or group of units, each of which is considered a class (e.g., “Class A”). For most investment funds, each class has different fees and expenses but all of the classes invest in the same pool of securities and share the same investment objectives.

[08/07/17]   “More people should learn to tell their dollars where to go instead of asking them where they went.” — Roger Babson

Investment Knowledge

Treasury Bills: Short-term government debt securities that have maturities of one year or less that are sold at weekly auctions at a discount and are redeemed at face value.

Treasury Bonds: Long-term government debt securities that have maturities of more than ten years.

Treasury Notes: Intermediate-term government debt securities that have maturities between one and ten years.

[07/31/17]   “To acquire money requires valor, to keep money requires prudence, and to spend money well is an art.” – Berthold Auerbach

Investment Knowledge

Total Annual Operating Expenses: A measure of what it costs to operate an investment, expressed as a percentage of its assets, as a dollar amount, or in basis points. These are costs the investor pays through a reduction in the investment's rate of return.
Total Return: A measure of investment performance that takes into account the unrealized increase/decrease in the investment’s value during a specific time period, as well as any income generated by the investment during that period. Expressed as a percentage of the initial investment.

[07/24/17]   “One penny may seem to you a very insignificant thing, but it is the small seed from which fortunes spring.” – Orison Swett Marden

Investment Knowledge

Target Date Fund: A diversified mutual fund that automatically shifts toward a more conservative mix of investments as it approaches a particular year in the future, known as its “target date.” A target fund investor picks a fund with the right target date based on his or her particular investment goal. Also called Lifecycle Fund.

Target Risk Fund: A fund that maintains a predetermined asset mix and generally uses words, such as “conservative,” “moderate,” or “aggressive,” in its name to indicate the fund’s risk level. Often used interchangeably with Lifestyle Fund.

[07/17/17]   “Don’t tell me where your priorities are. Show me where you spend your money and I’ll tell you what they are.” – James W. Frick

Investment Knowledge

Summary Prospectus: A short-form prospectus that mutual funds generally may use with investors if they make the long-form prospectus and additional information available online or on paper upon request.

[07/10/17]   “The more you learn, the more you earn.” ― Frank Clark

Investment Knowledge

Stock Fund: A fund that invests primarily in stocks.

Stock Symbol: An abbreviation using letters and numbers assigned to securities to identify them.

Stocks: Shares of a corporation. Also known as "equities," they give the investor an ownership interest in the company issuing the stock. Owners are usually entitled to receive dividends and vote on important company matters.

[06/19/17]   “An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.” – Benjamin Franklin

Investment Knowledge

Share: A representation of ownership in a corporation, mutual fund, or some other type of financial investment.

Share Class: Some investment funds and companies offer more than one type or group of shares, each of which is considered a class (e.g., “Class A,” “Advisor” or “Institutional” shares). For most investment funds, each class has different fees and expenses but all of the classes invest in the same pool of securities and share the same investment objectives.

Shareholder: An investor who owns shares in a mutual fund or any other company.

[06/12/17]   “The way to wealth depends on just two words, industry and frugality.” – Benjamin Franklin

Investment Knowledge

Securities: Assets, such as stocks, bonds, etc., that allow the investor to participate in earnings, distribution of property, or other assets of the corporation issuing the security.

[06/05/17]   “Money is a great servant but a bad master.” ― Francis Bacon

Investment Knowledge

Risk: The possibility that an investment will not perform as anticipated. An acceptable degree of risk must be determined by the individual, with the understanding that the higher the expected return, the greater the risk factor. There are many different kinds of risk, such as market, inflation, interest rate, liquidity, political, etc.

Risk Tolerance: An investor’s ability or willingness to endure declines in the value of investments in exchange for a greater potential investment return.

[05/29/17]   “The greatest reward in becoming a millionaire is not the amount of money that you earn. It is the kind of person that you have to become to become a millionaire in the first place.” – Jim Rohn

Investment Knowledge

Revenue Sharing: An arrangement under which a mutual fund company or other investment provider makes payments to another service provider (for example, a plan recordkeeper or third party administrator) from investment fees paid by the plan or its participants. Common revenue sharing arrangements include back-end load, front-end load, and subtransfer agency fees.

[05/22/17]   “Don’t play games that you don’t understand, even if you see lots of other people making money from them.” – Tony Hsieh

Investment Knowledge

Real Rate of Return: The rate of return on an investment adjusted for inflation.

Rebalancing: Bringing a portfolio back to its original (or a desired) asset allocation mix.

[05/15/17]   “Wealth is not about having a lot of money; it’s about having a lot of options.” – Chris Rock

Investment Knowledge

Portfolio: A collection of securities, such as stocks, bonds, or mutual fund shares, owned by an individual or an organization.

Portfolio Manager: The individual, team, or firm that makes the investment decisions for an investment fund, including the selection of the individual investments.

Portfolio Turnover: A measure of a fund’s investment trading activity. Portfolio turnover is calculated as a percentage of a portfolio’s asset value that is bought or sold annually. Turnover represents the number of times portfolio assets are replaced. The higher the percentage, the more the manager has traded.

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