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  1. Some Good News Is Bad News For Investors

    Some Good News Is Bad News For Investors

    Some companies excel at announcing news that is bad for shareholders, but spinning ...
  2. 6 Bad Stock Buyback Scenarios

    6 Bad Stock Buyback Scenarios

    Buying back shares can be a sensible way for companies to use extra cash. But in ...
  3. How To Profit From The Rise in Proxy Fights

    How To Profit From The Rise in Proxy Fights

    A proxy vote is a vote cast by an entity or person on behalf of another. This sets ...
  4. The Basics Of Corporate Structure

    The Basics Of Corporate Structure

    CEOs, CFOs, presidents and vice presidents: learn how to tell the difference.
  5. CEO Savvy And Stock's Success Go Hand In Hand

    CEO Savvy And Stock's Success Go Hand In Hand

    A CEO shapes the direction a business will take. We provide four clues to help you ...
  6. How The Stock Market Works

    How The Stock Market Works

    Learn what it means to own stocks and shares, why shares exist, how you buy and sell ...
  1. Invest In Share Buybacks With This ETF

    Invest In Share Buybacks With This ETF

    In most cases, when a company buys its own shares on the open market it's a signal ...
  1. I lost my share certificate. Do I still own the stock?

    Regardless of whether a shareholder loses his or her stock certificate, that person still owns the shares. However, in order ...
  2. What is an odd-lot buyback?

    An odd-lot buyback occurs when a company offers to purchase shares of its stock back from people who hold less than 100 shares. ...
  3. What is the difference between redemption of shares and repurchase of shares?

    Sometimes, shares of stock offered by a company are not regular, market-driven common shares. Instead, they may be preferred ...
  4. What is the difference between a stock buyback and management buyout?

    Each share of stock sold in the market represents partial ownership in the issuing company. If an individual or entity buys ...
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