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  1. What's the difference between a capital stock and a treasury stock?

    Capital stock is the total amount of shares a company is authorized to issue, while treasury stock is the amount of shares ...
  2. How Rental Property Depreciation Works

    Rental property can prove to be a great investment. It's a bit tricky, but rental property depreciation can be a valuable ...
  3. Initial Public Offering - IPO

    An initial public offering is when a private company or corporation raises investment capital by offering its stock to the ...
  4. The Safest and the Riskiest Assets

    When investing some assets are considered safe, while others are considered risky, this includes savings accounts, T-bills, ...
  5. Robinhood Takes Aim at Wall Street

    Mobile-first stock brokerage Robinhood could change the way stocks are traded. Since inception, they have disrupted the traditional ...
  6. Why is Hong Kong considered a tax haven?

    Discover why Hong Kong is one of the world's leading tax havens. Low taxation on high-net-worth individuals and corporations ...
  1. Tesla's Breakout May Boost Stock Near Its Record High

    Tesla stock has advanced 40% since October 8.
  2. Whistleblower Awards Reach Record 10 Years After 2008 Crisis

    In 2018, the SEC awarded a record $168 million to whistleblowers, more than all other years combined.
  3. Nvidia Seen Plummeting 17% Further As Bulls Turn Bearish

    Nvidia has risen 8-fold in the past decade. That steak is over.
  4. Best and Worst Performing Hedge Funds in 2018

    Some hedge funds have been doing quite well in 2018. Others, not so much. Here's a look at the best and worst performing ...
  5. How Often Do Mutual Funds Pay Capital Gains?

    Find out how often mutual funds distribute capital gains income, including the basics of how mutual funds work and why frequent ...
  6. Why Exxon Mobil's Stock Could Drop 15%

    Analysts are starting to shave earnings estimates for Exxon Mobil.
  1. What Are Prepaid Credit Cards Versus Gift Cards?

    Although prepaid and gift cards are used in the same manner, a prepaid credit card can be used repeatedly, while a gift card ...
  2. 401(k) vs. Roth IRA

    A 401(k) and a Roth IRA differ primarily on tax treatment, investment options, and limitations on contributions and income. ...
  3. Why Every Financial Plan Needs an Emergency Fund

    Regardless of your current financial situation, everyone should make sure to have an emergency fund as part of their overall ...
  4. Smart Financial Moves to Make Before Year-End

    Making one or more of these financial moves before the end of the year can help save you money.
  5. Six Things to Consider About an Emergency Fund

    An emergency fund can be an important part of your finances if done correctly. Here are six things to think about before ...
  6. Does working capital include salaries?

    Companies do not record paid salaries as current liabilities, so those salaries would not affect the calculation of working ...
  1. DexCom Stock Could Continue to Climb

    After huge gains for shares of the medical device company so far this year, an ascending triangle pattern suggests more room ...
  2. 3 Small Stocks Ready for Big Gains

    These speculative single-digit plays look ready to break out, despite broad-based headwinds.
  3. When to Short Oil and Gas Refinery Stocks

    Oil and gas refinery stocks have slumped amid tumbling oil prices and equity market volatility. Discover when to short three ...
  4. Walmart Stock Sells Off Despite Strong Quarter

    The sell-off in reaction to Walmart's upbeat earnings report warns that shareholders are growing nervous about 2019 profits.
  5. Where is the central location of the forex market?

    Transactions in the FX market take place in many different forms, 24 hours a day, through different channels all over the ...
  6. How is Rollover Interest Calculated?

    In order to calculate rollover interest, you need the short-term interest rates on both currencies, the current exchange ...
  1. How Do Capital Expenditures Affect Valuation?

    Learn the effects that capital expenditures, or CAPEX, used for maintenance and growth have on a company's revenue, profits ...
  2. What Is the Best Financial Analysis Software?

    Discover what features make for good financial analysis software, some popular options and why analysts need to pick the ...
  3. What is the Efficient Market Hypothesis?

    Find out about the key assumptions behind the efficient market hypothesis (EMH), its implications for investing and whether ...
  4. Stock Market Today: End-of-Week Jitters

    After a brief dip which may be attributable to chip manufacturing companies, the market pushed upward on Friday.
  5. Federal Reserve Policymakers See Rate Hikes Ahead, Note Worries

    Federal Reserve policymakers on Friday signaled further interest rate increases ahead, but raised relatively muted concerns ...
  6. 3 Casino Stocks ‘Too Cheap to Ignore’: Bernstein

    The market has overly penalized casino stock valuations on overall China negativity, writes one industry bull.
  1. Federal Reserve Policymakers See Rate Hikes Ahead, Note Worries

    Federal Reserve policymakers on Friday signaled further interest rate increases ahead, but raised relatively muted concerns ...
  2. Tesla's Breakout May Boost Stock Near Its Record High

    Tesla stock has advanced 40% since October 8.
  3. Whistleblower Awards Reach Record 10 Years After 2008 Crisis

    In 2018, the SEC awarded a record $168 million to whistleblowers, more than all other years combined.
  4. Nvidia Seen Plummeting 17% Further As Bulls Turn Bearish

    Nvidia has risen 8-fold in the past decade. That steak is over.
  5. Asset Turnover Ratio

    Asset turnover ratio measures the value of a company's sales or revenues generated relative to the value of its assets.
  6. Dividend Yield

    A financial ratio that shows how much a company pays out in dividends each year relative to its share price.
  1. Are Spousal Social Security Benefits Retroactive?

    Learn whether spousal Social Security benefits are retroactive. Delaying Social Security until the age of 70 leads to higher ...
  2. 401(k) vs. Roth IRA

    A 401(k) and a Roth IRA differ primarily on tax treatment, investment options, and limitations on contributions and income. ...
  3. Why Every Financial Plan Needs an Emergency Fund

    Regardless of your current financial situation, everyone should make sure to have an emergency fund as part of their overall ...
  4. Smart Financial Moves to Make Before Year-End

    Making one or more of these financial moves before the end of the year can help save you money.
  5. Six Things to Consider About an Emergency Fund

    An emergency fund can be an important part of your finances if done correctly. Here are six things to think about before ...
  6. Are spousal Social Security benefits taxable?

    Your spousal Social Security benefits may be taxable, depending on your total household income for the year.
  1. Tech Won’t Rebound Until Semis Do, Which Is Unlikely in 2018: Paul Meeks

    Chip makers will likely weigh on the broader tech sector as they remain amidst an inventory correction, according to one ...
  2. Why Jeff Bezos Is Saying Amazon Will Ultimately Fail

    If you look at large companies, their lifespans tend to be 30-plus years, not a hundred-plus years," said Bezos, asking employees ...
  3. 3 ‘Top’ Internet Picks: JPMorgan

    Doug Anmuth views sharp earnings-driven stock declines as overreactions on the Street, naming two social media plays and ...
  4. Twitter Chart Is a “Technical Goldmine,” Shares Could Jump 20%: Trader

    The same technical analyst who called for a bottom in Twitter stock's sell-off at $27, expects shares to rally after forming ...
  5. Uber Quarterly Loss Jumps to $1.1 Billion

    Uber's losses accelerate and revenue growth decelerates as the firm prepares to hit the public market sometime next year ...
  6. Bitcoin Price And Crypto Markets Crash

    Bitcoin fell to its lowest level this year yesterday and crypto markets followed suit.
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