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  7. If a company has a low price to book ratio, does this mean its stock is undervalued?

  8. What industries tend to use discounted cash flow (DCF), and why?

  9. What is the difference between intrinsic value and current market value?

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  26. If I own a stock in a company, do I get a say in the company's operations?

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  28. What is earnings management?

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