Chad Langager

Chad Langager

Chad Langager is the co-founder of Second Summit Ventures. He is passionate about the internet, startups and cycling. You can find out more about him on his website www.clangager.com.

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  1. Investing

    What does it mean when financial news reports say that more ...

    This simply means that in a market, more stocks (issues) traded down for the day compared to the number of companies that traded up for the day.When a stock or issue is considered to be bought it must ...
  2. Investing

    Why would a company make drastic cuts to its dividend payments?

    A dividend cut occurs when a dividend paying company either completely stops paying out dividends (a worst-case scenario) or reduces the amount it pays out. This will often lead to a sharp decline in the ...
  3. Investing Basics

    Start Investing With Only $1,000

    Find out what fees and restrictions need to be considered before investing $1,000.
  4. Options & Futures

    Having A Plan: The Basis Of Success

    It ensures that you have a realistic outlook, and a solid strategy. We show you why and how.
  5. Investing

    I am a non-U.S. citizen living outside the U.S. and trading ...

    The tax implications for a foreign investor will depend on whether that person is classified as a resident alien or a non-resident alien. To be considered a non-resident alien, a person must meet several ...
  6. Investing

    What causes a significant move in the stock market?

    There is a nearly infinite number of factors that can cause the stock market to move significantly in one direction or another. This can include such things as economic data, geopolitical events and market ...
  7. Investing

    What does it mean when the shares in my account have been ...

    An account liquidation occurs when the holdings of an account are sold off by the firm in which the account was created. In the majority of cases, this will deal with problems arising with margin requirements. ...
  8. Investing

    Where do investors tend to put their money in a bear market?

    A bearish market is traditionally defined as a period of negative returns in the broader market to the magnitude of between 15-20% or more. During this type of market, most stocks see their share prices ...
  9. Options & Futures

    How do I measure option liquidity?

    An option is a financial instrument that gives the holder the right to purchase shares in a company at a certain set price (strike price) before a set date known as the expiration date. Options, however, ...
  10. Investing

    How does a credit crunch occur?

    A credit crunch occurs when there is a lack of funds available in the credit market, making it difficult for borrowers to obtain financing. This happens when lenders have limited funds available to lend ...
  11. Investing

    What is the difference between a zero-coupon bond and a ...

    The difference between a zero-coupon bond and a regular bond is that a zero-coupon bond does not pay coupons, or interest payments, to the bondholder while a typical bond does make these interest payments. ...
  12. Investing

    Why do all mutual fund tickers have an X at the end?

    It's true that all mutual funds' tickers have an X at the end of their symbol. The reason for this is to distinguish between mutual fund tickers and other securities that also have ticker symbols (such ...
  13. Active Trading Fundamentals

    How do stock splits affect short sellers?

    The simple answer to this question is that stock splits do not affect short sellers in a material way. There are some changes that occur as a result of a split that do affect the short position, but they ...
  14. Investing

    How do I find the CUSIP number for a particular stock?

    Unfortunately, this can be a little difficult as CUSIP numbers are owned and created by the American Bankers Association and operated by Standard & Poor's. To get access to the whole database of CUSIP ...
  15. Investing

    Who is responsible for protecting and managing shareholders' ...

    The average shareholder, who is typically not involved in the day-to-day operations of the company, relies on several parties to protect and further his or her interests. These parties include the company's ...
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