This time we have a new "funda" for you: Intangibles. This is a cool sounding term ("How intangible!") but it's often confusing, and sometimes it hides things we should, as investors, look at closely. What follows is an explanation.
Intangible assets are assets that are not physical in nature. That is, they cannot be touched or seen, but still exist. Examples of Intangible assets include copyrights, trade marks, patents, software, government licenses and goodwill. Tangible assets on the other hand have physical substance and . . .