Diffbetween share and stock?
A stock is the capital of a company or corporation. If you are looking to invest some of your money in stocks, one can buy a certain number of shares of a particular stock. These shares allow you to invest in a certain portion of the stock. For example I would buy 400 shares of Google, if I was looking to invest my money.
For my opinion Earning par share refer to a full dividend after expenses. But if we have prefered stock we need to seperate prefered stock dividends and take its balance for common stock dividends by: Earning per share = Balance after prefered stock dividends / Number of share One more Dividends per share refer to balance for common stcok after we seperate balance after prefered stock dividends to both side, common stock dividends and retained…
Could you tell me what are all the studies related to share market Now i am doing final year BTech Information Technology i am very interested in share market.?
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The "stock market" refers to the sum of all the shares of stock that are publicly owned. The "value" of a share of stock is simply an estimate of what someone would pay you for that share if you chose to sell it. If you own a share and continue to own that share, what you own is the stock. In that case, you don't own money - any amount of money - you just…
GE Stock Fund is essentially a mutual fund that holds only GE Stock. Therefore the value per share reflects the net asset value of each unit of the fund, which is not the same as the share price of GE stock. The performance of the GE Stock Fund will closely track that of GE stock, less the operating and adminstration fees charged by the fund.
A stock is currently selling for 36 a share What is your gain or loss if you sell the stock short and the price rises to 62?
A share of stock in the Lofty Cheese Company is quoted at 25.25 Suppose you hold 30 shares of that stock which you bought at 20.25 If you sell your stock at 25.25 what is true?
Berkshire Hathaway Class A stock closed today at $115,000 per share. You buy this stock because it's about as risky as T-bills but it's far more profitable (That is, if you can manage to put together the cash needed to buy it.) This stock is not for the faint of heart; because of its exceptional size, a one-percent loss "costs" you over a thousand dollars. They also have a Class B stock, which is equivalent…
Usually because the directors of the company feel that the current price per share will seem expensive to investors. Splitting the stock doesn't change the market capitalization of the company, but it can make a stock that felt expensive at $100 per share seem cheaper at $50 per share, for example. Not all companies do stock splits. Berkshire Hathaway is famous for not splitting its stock (for the longest time), as is the Washington Post.