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When you buy a stock in a company, does it necessarily mean that one of the shareholders is selling it to you?
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What exactly is a portfolio? Is it something I can carry around?
What is the 'Rule of 72'?
A corporate bond I own has just been called by the issuer. How can a company legally take away my bond? How do these call provisions work?
Why do you need a margin account to short sell stocks?
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How are realized profits different from unrealized or so-called "paper" profits?
I want to try short selling, but how can I sell something that I don't own?
How do businesses decide whether to do FDI via green field investments or acquisitions?
How do I avoid paying excess taxes on securities I have sold?
Can an open-ended fund's price appreciate significantly?
Are mortgage-backed securities backed by any guarantees?
How can I find out if a company I like is included in an index?
What is an echo bubble?
Where can I buy government bonds?
Where can I find the P/E ratios for the Dow and S&P 500?
What is the difference between a global fund and an international fund?
What is arbitrage?
I have discovered that a bond I am interested in has a sinking fund. What does this mean?
What is the ideal number of stocks to have in a portfolio?
What do people mean when they say debt is a relatively cheaper form of finance than equity?
What is a spider and why should I buy one?
What's the difference between short-term investments in marketable securities and equity?
Is there a difference between ADR and ADS?
What are 'death spiral' convertible bonds?
How do segregated funds differ from mutual funds?
Where can I find the number of shares shorted on a specific stock?
I sold my house. Can I exclude the gain from my income?
Can I give stock as a gift?
How do central banks inject money into the economy?
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