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Investment advisors must register with the SEC when their assets under management total what amount?
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What business processes were used to establish the Chevrolet motor company?
Which of the following are tools that are employed by the Federal Reserve in its efforts to control the money supply?
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How did currency trader John Rusnak hide $691 million in losses before being caught for bank fraud?
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I do not want to totally get out of my retirement 401(k), but I want to take 72(t) distributions. What should I consider?
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How does the government influence the securities market?
Why did the New York Stock Exchange report prices in fractions before it switched to decimal reporting?
What's the difference between a regular option and an exotic option?
I make over $100,000/yr and my adjusted gross income precludes standard IRA contributions. My contributions to my 401(k) plan at work are limited to about $7,000/yr. It seems I'm being penalized for my income. Are there other retirement savings options av
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What parties are involved in the creation of an American depositary receipt?
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Can investors short sell pink sheet or over-the-counter stocks?
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Are oil prices and interest rates correlated?
Which of the following terms are associated with the purchase/redemption of open-end investment company shares?
What does "in street name" mean, and why are securities held this way?
Why don't stocks begin trading at the previous day's closing price?
How does somebody make money short selling?
I own some stock warrants. How do I exercise them?
What are the "Dogs of the Dow"?
What is an efficient market and how does it affect individual investors?
If an IRA owner dies after starting required minimum distributions (RMD) but the spouse is under 70.5, can the spouse roll over the IRA into his/her own IRA, and stop RMDs until age 70.5?
Is a Canadian resident allowed to participate in a direct stock purchase plan from a U.S. company such as Pfizer?
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What does the diluted share price reveal about a company's financial strength?
What methods can be used to fund a forex account?
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I just opened an IRA. What can I do to help my money grow?
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Where does the name "Wall Street" come from?
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Is it important to check the professional history of my investment advisor?
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How can I hedge against rising diesel prices?
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Why are options very active when they are at the money?
What is the history behind the opening and closing bells on the NYSE?
Why do brokers ask for personal information before they make any trades?
Who or what are the turtles?
How do central banks inject money into the economy?
Can I leave my pension to my spouse when I pass away?
What does "guns and butter" refer to?
Why was Microsoft subject to antitrust charges in 1998?
What are leading, lagging and coincident indicators? What are they for?
What is the incentive to buy a stock without dividends?
My company is the trustee of our 401k plan (which has 112 participants). What are the pros and cons of having the company instead of the plan provider/vendor as the trustee?
Who determines interest rates?
What is GDP and why is it so important?
Is there such a thing as a nano cap or micro cap index?
I live in the U.S. How can I trade stocks in China and India?
What is the haircut rate imposed by clearing corporations?
How do restricted stocks, treasury stocks and stock appreciation rights benefit employees?
What is political risk and what can a multinational company do to minimize exposure?
What is options backdating?
Can I roll my 403(b) and 457 into other low-cost venders when I change jobs?
Why does a crisis in emerging markets cause U.S. Treasury yields to decrease?
How does a credit crunch occur?
Who is Mr. Copper?
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What's the difference between a mutual fund and a hedge fund?
What does a cut in interest rates mean for the stock market?
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