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Electronic exchanges and over-the-counter markets facilitating the trading of company stock and their associated derivatives such as options, futures, ETFs, and equity swaps
Eastern Arms was a Sears Roebuck brand made by their subsidiary company, Meriden Arms, from about 1905-1915. Some may have been made for a few years after that by Stevens. If you have a double barrel in useable condition, it may be worth as much as $200 but a single-shot would go looking for a home …
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Stock will always trade lower than the bid (unless there's a possibility of a higher bid) as they bid may not go through and thus it's a premium.
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World War 2 had a negative effect on the stock market. Stock values declined and did not increase until the war began to turn in favor of the allied powers.
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It's supposed to be a source for U.S. businesses to raise capital and grow the economy. In this function it is broken, it doesn't work. Naked shorting and other abusive practices have made the stock market one big, rigged, ponzi scheme. Currently banking stocks are being shorted by the big bucks …
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The stock exchange is a place where stocks, bonds, or other securities are bought and sold. A centralized location was needed for people to go to to do this, because mass communication was practically non-existent at the time were created. Buyers and sellers needed to be near one another to make tr…
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A primary market is the main market to which you are selling. A secondary market is an additional market to which you are selling.   A primary offering, such as with a corporate bond, means you are buying it directly from the issuer, at par value, usually. A secondary market is where you sel…
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Sensex refers to "Sensitivity Index" and is generally associated with the stock market indices. There are currently two major stock exchanges in India, The Bombay Stock exchange (BSE) and The National Stock Exchange (NSE). The BSE Sensex is an indicator of all the major companies of the BSE. The …
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Yes. That's what it means. The "beta of 2" is a comparison to the market portfolio. The volatility measure is usually annualized standard deviation and the "market portfolio" is commonly the S&P 500 Index, but should be a broad index that is similar to the securities in the portfolio. The mark…
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Answer http://www.gun-parts.com/savageshotgun/ This one is better: http://www.e-gunparts.com/products.asp?chrMasterModel=2680zDOUBLE%20BARREL&MC=
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The manufacturer's name is stamped just in front of the serial number.
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Answer Companies with expectations for high return will have higher relative common stock prices than those companies with poor expectations. Since the securities' prices in the market reflect the combined judgment of all the players, price movements provide feedback to corporate managers and l…
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Economic conditions, profit margins, growth potential, liabilities, performance, lack of execution, competition ...etc. Lack of proper planning,unnecessary liabilities,financial debts,improper Business management skills,low selling market,
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Companies Buying Their Own StockTo keep controlling interest in the company and not in someone else's hands.There is a second reason as well. If they are sitting on cash and think the stock is under-valued, they will invest in their own company. This does two things. First it props up the price by i…
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Stocks (aka Equities): Stocks represent partial ownership of a corporation. If the corporation does well, its value increases, and you share in the appreciation. However, if the corporation goes bankrupt, you can lose your entire initial investment. Bonds (aka Notes): Bonds represent a loan you mak…
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Portfolio Diversification You can use index funds or exchange traded funds to track a broader market index. This gives you exposure to many different types of companies, without your individual research required. Furthermore, your money is allocated between many sectors, so if financial companies …
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Investing in Emerging Market StocksEmerging market stocks can play an important role in a diversified portfolio, in particular one with a long-term time horizon. Growth prospects for emerging markets are much higher than those for developed economies. Think of it this way: you are accelerating from …
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Earnings that are distributed to shareholders as dividends. They are stated in dollar amount per share and paid quarterly. Dividend Reinvestment Programs (DRP) give you the option of reinvesting dividends to purchase additional stock shares. Dividends are taxable income in the year they are paid. Di…
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My guess is you will need to buy another gun just like it, and have spare parts. I have a 583.19 that was my Dad's first gun, circa 1950's, and his Dad and I refinished the stock in the 1980's. Either someone will carve one up for you, or you will need to buy a whole shotgun. Mine has a beautiful an…
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Common stockPreferred stockCommon stock is usually what is issued to the general public. The term common Stock doesn't carry any negative connotations, but rather indicates that it is the "standard" stock the company has offered. Common shareholders have voting rights. And as the word suggests, "Pre…
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I believe the bolt pattern is different on the V-6 vs the 305.I think they might but im not sure. I know they make small block kits for a V6 S10.AnswerNo. The 2.8 V6 is known as a 60° V6. It shares the same trans bolt pattern as the 3.1 and 3.4 V6 and the 2.5 I4. If the '83 is an automatic then y…
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If the elimination of volatile cash flows through risk management techniques does not significantly change a firm's expected future cash flows and WACC, investors will be indifferent to holding a company with volatile cash flows versus a company with stable cash flows. Note that investors can reduce…
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stock talkrisk is only half the equation. If stock is vlaued according to the cash flows investors expect a company to generate at some point in the future.That's the nuts and bolts of stock trading.To know which stock will trade the highest, you'll have to know where the market as a whole thinks ri…
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Some type of pooled investments that invest's in things to make money. The rules vary depending on the manager. They are usually less strict on what to invest in vs. a mutual fund. Hedge funds can do what ever they want to for investments.
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Mutual vs. Hedge Funds Mutual funds and hedge funds both pools investor's money into one larger, centrally-managed set of assets. The main difference is in legal structure and regulation. In the US, mutual funds are heavily regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Because they…
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Bonds have less risk, but stocks potentially provide greater returns. Looking at this, I should add to it. There are two ways a bond is less risky than a stock. First is the nature of a bond. It's a loan, and there are two kinds, coupon and zero-coupon. When a company sells a "coupon" bond, they…
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A stock market crash is a sudden dramatic loss of value of shares of stock in corporations. Crashes are driven by panic as much as by underlying economic factors. They often follow speculative stock market bubbles such as the dot-com boom.The most famous crash, the Stock Market Crash of 1929, starte…
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How to Make Money in the Stock MarketThe answer to this question depends on the amount you're starting with and what your time frame is.For example, if you are starting with 100,000, you only need a 1% return to make 1,000. If you do have this kind of money, and need a guaranteed return over a short…
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You can buy them on ebaymotors look up Chrysler 300 on the parts section and you will find them. Answer doubt it
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Teens Can Buy Stock Yes, you can buy stock. However, if you are under 18, you will require a parent or guardian to co-sign on a brokerage account, as your age prevents you from legally entering a binding contract. Your brokerage firm may require your parent to approve your trades as your custod…
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Stock Dividend From InvestorWords.com: A dividend paid as additional shares of stock rather than as cash. If dividends paid are in the form of cash, those dividends are taxable. When a company issues a stock dividend, rather than cash, there usually are not tax consequences until the shares …
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Capital market instruments Capital market instruments are those instruments which are not facilitate the transfer of capital in the financial markets (!).Let's start with a basic definition of capital markets. A capital market is where people (individuals, corporations, governments)lend or borrow mo…
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Capital market instruments exist to generate funds for companies and corporations. Some of those instruments are stocks, bonds, debenture, treasury bills and fixed deposits.
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The most important capital market instrument is the stock. The stock market is instrumental in obtaining stock for new and established companies and corporations.
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They are REALLY rare, but if it has a large 1,2,3,4, or 5 on the stock it is for sure a prototype. If it has a number over 6 with just numbers and no letters, it may be. Look at some pictures of M1 carbine stocks, and see if it looks any different. If it has any weird stamps on the wood, re-ask the …
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There is no such animal as a short term capital gain or loss... When you hold the stock for a year or more it is treated as capital and the tax rate on your realized gains is (currently) 15%. If you sell out and had held for less than a year, your gain or loss is netted together with other ordinary …
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people overspeculating
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(1) in futures trading, a specific dollar amount, set by each exchange, that both buyers and sellers must deposit as a guarantee that both will perform as agreed to make or take delivery during a designated period of time. The deposit is held by the clearing organization of the exchange. (2) in stoc…
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1. Capital Gains or Losses2. Current income.
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Answer Total Investment= $35000+ $40000=$75000 Portfolio Beta = [(35000/75000) X .08] + [(40000/75000) X 1.4] = 0.78 Answer I came up with was 350 + 25% = 437.5 - 40% = 262.5
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The answer depends upon whether the annuity was purchased inside an IRA or employer-sponsored ("qualified") plan. If so, then money can be transferred from the annuity to any other investment in that plan (for employer sponsored plans, that means only those investments permitted in that plan; …
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For indexes like the S&P 500 or the Russell 3000, look for figures from the data's vendors, like Standard & Poor. Because of the need to factor in dividends, splits (and other corporate actions), index reconstitutions and changing weights, calculating total return on an index can be a fairl…
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Answer In order to become a stock broker you just have to sign a sub broker agreement with the main broker. Currently in INDIA the Arihant Capital Markets Ltd. is providing the sub brokership. You have to deposit a nominal amount as a security deposit with the company and you can start your own t…
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Answer The largest percentage decline for a broad stock market index occurred on November 19, 1987. The Dow Jones Industrial average fell sharply by 508.32 points to close down 22.6% for the day.
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Stock Ticker DOW The ticker symbol for Dow Chemical is DOW and it is traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
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Answer As of May 15 , 2007, Microsoft Market Cap: $ 765.87 Trillion
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Alpha A coefficient which measures risk-adjusted performance, factoring in the risk due to the specific security, rather than the overall market. A high value for alpha implies that the stock or mutual fund has performed better than would have been expected given its beta (volatility). Alpha is ba…
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AnswerbetaA quantitative measure of the volatility of a given stock, mutual fund, or portfolio, relative to the overall market, usually the S&P 500. Specifically, the performance the stock, fund or portfolio has experienced in the last 5 years as the S&P moved 1% up or down. A beta above 1 i…
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the best-known flea markets are at the portes de Clignancourt, Montreuil and Vanves. The best place for genuine antiques is the Louvres antique market.
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Because the investors believed that the stocks were going to go down so they sold all of their stocks and it went down 9%. Then it continued for a period of 5 days. =) <33 Actually, it didn't. The crash came a year later 10/29/1929.
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The stock market is an organized exchange where stocks of many companies are bought/sold by investors/traders using a common platform. The prices of the stocks that are part of an exchange determine the value of that stock market index. When the prices of majority of the stocks that are part of the …
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If you currently are not profitable in the stock market it means you don't know how to make money regardless of a bear or bull market. It doesn't matter if the market is UP or down. Learn to trade like a practical trader and start taking daily profits. Make good cash trading less than 20 minut…
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Answer A 'share buy back' is the main option in which a company can reduce the amount of outstanding shares. A company will purchase shares on the open market or work out a deal to buy shares from individual holders, and then retire the shares.
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The ex-dividend date is the day after which all shares bought and sold no longer come attached with the right to be paid the most recently declared dividend. This is an important date for any company that has many stockholders, including those that trade on exchanges, as it makes reconciliation of w…
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A four-firm concentration ration of 50 percent means that the top four firms of a particular industry produce 50% of the total output for the entire industry. The higher the concentration ration, the closer the industry becomes to an oligopoly or a monopoly.
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Stock Ticker PGN The ticker symbol for Progress Energy is PGN and it is traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
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India's stock Market India's stock market is performing extremely well, recently it crossed 16000 points (BSE Sensex ). All sectors except IT industry stocks are doing well. Due Re. appreciation, export units like IT industry are suffering. Please try,http://www.squidoo.com/sharebazarFor further de…
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if you want to set up a stock brokerage firm in UK first you need some brokerage experience, to get used to the market and to actually know how to trade and manage yours or your client's portfolio and a license issued by FSA, certifing that you are a licensed stock broker or an FA (same thing). well…
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Coca Cola has one of the largest working capitals in the United States. They have issued a statement that their total working capital is $1.24 billion.
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The northeastern farmers' relationship with the market in 1830 was very strong. Investors in the northeastern areas were building manufacturing companies to mass produce equipment that would help the farmers in their industry.
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Answer MFS Massachusetts Investors Trust, ticker MITTX. If you would have invested $10,000 on the day it opened (July 15th, 1924) you would have over 9 million dollars at the end of February, 2009.
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The New York Stock Exchange has been closed in observance of Good Friday since its inception. Due to extraordinary circumstances, it was open on Good Friday in 1898, 1906 and 1907. The New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq are not Federal or State institutions.
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There are many markets in the US as in any other country. But the most famous ones are the following : The NYSE - New York Stock Exchange and The NASDAQ - Largest electronic stock market in the US.
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people overspeculating on stocks, using borrowed money that they couldn't repay, good lucky in studyisland =^)
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The Dow wasn't open on April 1, 1990It closed on Friday the 30th and opened back up on Monday the 2nd.Fri Close 2700.45Mon Open 2727.70
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The Federal Reserve speeding the growth of the money supply
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Answer A mutual fund, also referred to as an open-end fund, is an investment company that spreads its money across a diversified portfolio of securities -- including stocks, bonds, or money market instruments. Shareholders who invest in a fund each own a representative portion of those investm…
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In the years leading up to 1929, with the finding of gold in Alaska, South America, and Canada, the U.S. economy, which held the gold standard at that time, was receiving a large influx of wealth. This led to consumer confidence because if the country was doing so financially well, then logic leads …
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Means 'Fairness'.
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They are the same thing... markets. When you go to your local market you could buy practically anything there... whereas on stock market, as name suggests, you buy and sell investment products or stocks. One major difference though, as local markets have lots of seller and buyer just browse around…
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Companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange (the NYSE) must comply with certain standards of corporate governance as mentioned in Section 303A of the NYSE's Listed Company Manual. Listed companies that are foreign private issuers (as the term is defined in Rule 3b-4 under the Exchange Act) are p…
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People get privatization confused with private company owned. Privatization is actually capitalism taking it from the government, which is "so called public owned by the people", to private owned by an individual entity! Literally it sounds the opposite but in reality capitalism and privatization is…
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Costa Rica located in Central America.
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Companies offer a privilege to repurchase its own shares from the shareholders with higher price comparing to the market. A program by which a company buys back its own shares from the marketplace, reducing the number of outstanding shares, because a share repurchase reduces the number of shares o…
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There are several definitions of market price depending on on usage. It can be the price of a commodity or share on the stock market. It can also be the best guess of a marketing agent as to what price could be obtained for a product or service. In this case the initial price may change due to dema…
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1. New York Stock Exchange 2. Hong Kong Stock Exchange 3. London Stock Exchange 4. EASDAQ 5. Bourse de Paris 6. Australian Stock Exchange 7. Taiwan Stock Exchange 8. Stock Exchange of Singapore 9. Karachi Stock Exchange 10. South African Futures Exchange
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Historically....no. http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/economics-blog/2012/aug/29/democrats-better-wall-street-republicans but how far back you go (history) is debatable....my guess....the two topics are almost mutually exclusive.
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Stock prices rise when most people want to buy stocks rather than selling it. In reverse, when people are more interested in selling products rather than buying it, the stock price moves down.
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Answer cuase maybe he wants to
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Mutual FundAn investment vehicle which is comprised of a pool of funds collected from many investors for the purpose of investing in securities such as stocks, bonds, money market securities and similar assets. Mutual funds are operated by money managers, who invest the fund's capital and attempt to…
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Profit Maximization is an interesting and rather deep issue in Economics. Please understand that this question can be answered from various approach and interpretation. There are other disciplines like Business and Management which offers a slightly different answer.For example, if you are a Finance…
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Owner of stock marketAll the world's major stock exchanges including NYSE and NASDAQ are publicly owned companies, just like other large companies you would be familiar with (e.g. Microsoft, McDonalds). Their shares are traded on their own exchanges and are owned by investors such as mutual funds an…
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Because they are commonly used to make indexes for topics. ie. You would use "index" cards to make an alphabetical index of all the books you've read, guys you've date, etc.
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The stock market crash of 1929 occurred in the United States Of America.
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If your mother and father were married at the time of his death, I believe she can take the stock certificate (along with the death certificate & will) to a brokerage, like Charles Schwab. You would have to fill out forms authorizing the transaction and pay a commission for the sale. To find a b…
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It crashed because too many Stock Brokers wanted to sell their stocks at one time. So when too many people did that, the banks didn't have enough money and it crashed. -Jennifer
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Where things are traded you moron...
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A Low-priced, Speculative Security The definition of a penny stock varies depending on who you ask. Some consider any stock trading under $5 to be a penny stock while others consider any stock trading under a dollar to be a penny stock. These stocks are often traded off of the major exchanges and ar…
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people who took out loans couldn't pay them back and eventually caused a major decrease in the community's money.
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From Investopedia.com: The capital market line (CML) is a line used in the capital asset pricing model to illustrate the rates of return for efficient portfolios depending on the risk-free rate of return and the level of risk (standard deviation) for a particular portfolio. The CML is derived by d…
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There are different types of labour: 1. Managerial- these are people running their own business or whose job it is to organize the work of others 2. Supervisory- these people such as foremen, inspectors etc. who work in offices 3. Clerical & Secretarial- these are the bookkeepers, secretaries, …
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LSE Hours of Operation Trade Reporting 07:15 - 07:50 Opening Auction 07:50 - 08:00 Continuous Trading 08:00 - 16:20 VWAP 16:20 - 16:30 Closing Auction 16:30 - 16:35 Order Maintenance 16:35 - 17:00 Trade Reporting Only 17:00 - 17:15 Holidays when the LSE is closed: New Year's Day Easter May B…
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According to p. 100 of "The Bogleheads' Guide to Investing" (published in 2007), US stocks represent about one half the value of world stocks.According to Wilshire Associates, the total U.S. market cap is approximately $15.35 trillion (May 23, 2007).According to the World Federation of Exchanges, gl…
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Current Answer: A lot has happened since the last time this was answered and now it is much easier and affordable to buy Berkshire Hathaway stock. First, understand that Berkshire Hathaway has two classes of stock. The Class A shares are priced over $100,000 per share. The Class B shares trade …
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An option based on the value of a stock index (like the S&P 500). It's not different than a typical stock option; the only difference is the underlying asset that determines the value of the option (an index price instead of a stock price).Stock market indices play an important role in gauging t…
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October 29th, 1929
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Here's an answer from someone in San Diego who just asked the question and then went surfing, the web, that is. So you're learning about the stock market like me and you see that there is an after hours quote. Are they still working after the bell? Brown-nosers! Well here's the big picture from what…
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