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    Take a look at methods through which investment banks make money, such as investment ...
  2. How Financial Advisors Measure Capital Market ...

    Capital market expectations directly influence how a financial advisor allocates ...
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    Lack of venture financing is forcing startups to merge or sell as capital markets ...
  4. An Introduction to Stock Market Indices

    Investopedia explains the five most talked about indices and what makes them all ...
  5. The Five Biggest Stock Market Myths

    Stocks that go down must come up, right? Wrong. We bust this myth and four other ...
  6. Japan’s Exports Fell for the Ninth Straight Month

    Japan’s exports declined by 7.4% year-on-year in June, less than the median economists ...
  1. How Investment Banks Make Money

    Take a look at methods through which investment banks make money, such as investment ...
  2. How Financial Advisors Measure Capital Market ...

    Capital market expectations directly influence how a financial advisor allocates ...
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    Jamie Zimmerman of Litespeed Managmenet shifts her perspective on healthcare giants ...
  4. Joel Greenblatt's Biggest Q1 Investment Moves

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  5. George Soros' Q1 Moves: AAPL, ABX, PYPL

    Let's take a look at billionaire hedge fund manager George Soros' Q1 activity in ...
  6. Seth Klarman Predicts a Tough Road Ahead for ...

    In Q1, billionaire hedge fund manager Seth Klarman reduced his stake in PYPL while ...
  1. Stock Basics Tutorial

    If you're new to the stock market and want the basics, this is the tutorial for you! ...
  2. The Money Market

    If your investments in the stock market are keeping you from sleeping at night, it's ...
  3. The Greatest Market Crashes

    From a tulip craze to a dotcom bubble, read the cautionary tales of the stock market's ...
  1. Why would a corporation issue convertible bonds?

    Discover how corporations issue convertible bonds to take advantage of much lower interest rates as a result of a conversion ...
  2. What is the difference between shares outstanding and floating stock?

    Learn about shares outstanding, floating stock, how to calculate a company's floating stock and the difference between shares ...
  3. What is the difference between market risk premium and equity risk premium?

    Read about the differences between equity-risk premium and market-risk premium, two similar concepts that refer to risk-adjusted ...
  4. What is the difference between the QQQ ETF and other indexes?

    Find out more about the PowerShares QQQ Trust, the index the QQQ tracks, and the difference between QQQ, the SPY and Nasdaq ...
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