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Margin accounts are established to allow investors the ability to use leverage with their investments.
What's the difference between book and market value?
Why don't stocks begin trading at the previous day's closing price?
What does it mean when a stock symbol has a .PK after it?
Why do some stock symbols have three letters while others have four? What is the difference?
If I am American, can I buy a foreign mutual fund?
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What investments are available to someone with no earned income?
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If different bond markets use different day-count conventions, how do I know which one is used in any particular market?
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Can someone who is not yet of legal age open a brokerage account?
What is a debt/equity swap?
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Why do people say that September is the worst month for investing?
I sold my house. Can I exclude the gain from my income?
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Who or what is Dow Jones?
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Is a company allowed to reduce its dividends?
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Can stocks be traded on more than one exchange, such as, for example, on both the Nasdaq and the NYSE?
What happens to the fines collected by the Securities and Exchange Commission?
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I am a non-U.S. citizen living outside the U.S. and trading stocks through a U.S. internet broker. Do I have to pay taxes on the money I earn?
Where do I place my target when the price of a stock breaks out of a technical chart pattern?
How does leverage affect pip value?
Is it possible to lose all of your investment in an index fund?
Why are the bid and ask quotes usually so far away from each other in after-hours trading?
Does a company's American depositary share equal one share of common stock?
Why do some preferred stocks have a higher yield than common stocks?
Who bears the risk of bad debts in securitization?
How should I estimate my income from fixed sources like bonds, CDs and stocks?
One of my stocks missed the deadline to file its quarterly financial statements. What happens next?
What is foreclosure investing?
Where does the name "Wall Street" come from?
Why don't investors buy stock just before the dividend date and sell right afterwards?
Where can I find historical stock/index quotes?
If I own a stock in a company, do I get a say in the company's operations?
How do you calculate the percentage gain or loss on an investment?
I've heard some "market gurus" claim returns of up to 400% annually. Is this possible?
Who employs the specialists at New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)? Do they work for themselves, for the NYSE or for brokerage firms?
There are so many stockbrokers out there. How do I go about choosing the best one for me?
Can a stock have a negative price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio?
I hold stock certificates in a company that just had a stock split. What happens now?
What does the law say about non-U.S. citizens buying stocks of U.S. companies? Are there any restrictions?
What does the 'FIG' at an investment bank refer to?
What is the difference between a quote driven market and an order driven one?
I keep hearing about the 50-day, 100-day and 200-day moving averages. What do they mean, how do they differ from each other, and what causes them to act as support or resistance?
How do investors lose money when the stock market crashes?
I want to try short selling, but how can I sell something that I don't own?
Given a good bookkeeping system, would financial accounting be necessary?
Why do companies postpone earnings announcements?
What does CHIPS UID mean?
On what days are the American stock exchanges closed?
I would like to invest in a dividend-paying stock. How can I find out which stocks pay dividends?
What constitutes an "intention to call a debt instrument before maturity" for tax purposes?
How can I budget for both short-term expenses and long-term goals?
What is the "random walk theory" and what does it mean for investors?
What are elves?
Where can I find a list of all of the stocks in the S&P 500?
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Does the closing price have to equal the last price traded?
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What is the difference between asset-based lending and asset financing?
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What is Ginzy trading?
How does a company move from an OTC market to a major exchange?
What is the quickest, easiest and cheapest way to buy a bond?
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Which statements about fill-or-kill orders are FALSE?
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