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  1. Why should fundamental investors pay attention to Cash Value Added (CVA)?

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  3. What is the average price-to-earnings ratio in the oil & gas drilling sector?

  4. What is the average price-to-book ratio in the oil & gas drilling sector?

  5. How can growth investors benefit from investing in the oil & gas sector?

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

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

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

  9. What is considered a good price to book ratio?

  10. Are utility stocks bought for income or growth?

  11. What kind of investors buy utility stocks?

  12. What's the difference between enterprise value and market capitalization?

  13. Why do Bitcoins have value?

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  16. What is Warren Buffett's largest holding?

  17. How did Warren Buffett get started in business?

  18. What's the most expensive stock of all time?

  19. How does Warren Buffett choose the companies he buys?

  20. What is the salad oil scandal?

  21. Why are P/E ratios generally higher during times of low inflation?

  22. What's the smallest number of shares of stock that I can buy?

  23. Why are some shares priced in the hundreds or thousands of dollars, while other just ...

  24. Is finance an art or a science?

  25. Stocks with high P/E ratios can be overpriced. Is a stock with a lower P/E always ...

  26. Can a stock have a negative price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio?

  27. Why would a stock have no par value?

  28. What's the difference between absolute P/E ratio and relative P/E ratio?

  29. What's the difference between old- and new-economy stocks?

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

  31. I've heard some "market gurus" claim returns of up to 400% annually. Is this possible?

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