"The individual investor should act consistently as an investor and not as a speculator. This means that he should be able to justify every purchase he makes and each price he pays by impersonal, objective reasoning that satisfies him that he is getting more than his money's worth for his purchase."These are the words of Benjamin Graham, a stock market investor and economist who was famous for remarkable returns from investing in stocks, value investing and influencing Warren Buffet.

It's been said time and time again that the world of investing has its own language, so through the courtesy of Mercer Securities and a little additional help from my friend Jack Friedman, here are eight terms, in alphabetical order, that your clients might consider keeping in the forefront of their minds.

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