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Why do longer term CDs pay a higher rate than the short-term CDs?
How do I calculate the percentage gain or loss for my portfolio when all of the stocks have different prices?
What are green investments?
Can a company declare a dividend that exceeds its earnings per share?
Do I receive the posted dividend yield every quarter?
What's the difference between bills, notes and bonds?
Where can I find historical stock/index quotes?
I will be receiving monies from a QDRO executed pursuant to my divorce. I would like to take a portion of the money as a distribution to pay for a new home. What are the tax implications of doing this?
If the price of the bond falls, does that mean the company won't pay me the par value?
If I own stock that drops in price is this a sign that I should buy more?
How do I take qualitative factors into consideration when using fundamental analysis?
Stocks with high P/E ratios can be overpriced. Is a stock with a lower P/E always a better investment than a stock with a higher one?
Do convertible bonds have voting rights?
Does issuing preferred shares offer a tax advantage for corporations?
Why would a stock that pays a large, consistent dividend have less price volatility in the market than a stock that doesn't pay dividends?
Why is it that when investors realize returns on a mutual fund, its price tends to fall?
What effect does a company's dividend reinvestment plan have on its stock price?
What is a virtual trailing stop order (VTSO)?
I would like to invest in a dividend-paying stock. How can I find out which stocks pay dividends?
Who bears the risk of bad debts in securitization?
Is there a difference between socially responsible investing (SRI) and green investing?
How do I open a Swiss bank account, and what makes them so special?
Does investing in sustainable or "green" companies provide lower returns?
What's the difference between "top-down" and "bottom-up" investing?
Who's in charge of managing exchange-traded funds?
What is a stock split? Why do stocks split?
What's the smallest number of shares of stock that I can buy?
Please explain what a short seller is on the hook for when he or she shorts a stock (i.e. dividends, rights offerings, etc.).
Is a company allowed to reduce its dividends?
What's the difference between old- and new-economy stocks?
What happens when the lender of the borrowed shares in a short sale transaction wants to sell his/her shares?
What is the difference between convertible and reverse convertible bonds?
What does 'froth' mean in terms of the real estate market?
Why do low interest rates cause investors to shy away from the bond market?
What is the difference between hedging and speculation?
Why do some stock quotes appear in bold print in the newspaper?
Can investors short sell pink sheet or over-the-counter stocks?
If an employee is paid by commission, who is responsible for withholding taxes?
Are mutual fund performance numbers reported net of fees (operating expenses and 12b-1)?
What constitutes an "intention to call a debt instrument before maturity" for tax purposes?
What is socially responsible investing?
What is the "random walk theory" and what does it mean for investors?
What is foreclosure investing?
The risk an investor is most likely to encounter when investing in a Standard & Poor’s 500 Index fund is:
What is the quickest, easiest and cheapest way to buy a bond?
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