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Tip of the Day Beware of Scams

Beware of Scams - You should always beware of scams, fraudulent practices, and these days, especially, there are plenty of them out there. Rule of thumb - if it...

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    P + S = C + E * [1/(1+i)] ^n     where:P = the market price of the putS = the market price of the stockC = the market price of the callE = the exercise price of both the call and the puti = the risk free raten = the number of years until the expiration date of the optionsBecause the algebraic derivation of this equation is rather complex and somewhat lengthy, it will be much easier to prove it graphically and discuss the formula and its application. The graph...

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    Over the last year, I've been following up on e-mails that I have received from young and beginning investors and, by far, the most common question I've received is, "I don't have very much money but I'm interested in getting started in the stock market. How do I do this?" In fact, if I had a dollar for every time I received that question I'd be a millionaire. Okay, that's a little exaggeration on my part but it does show that most beginning investors are people who have set aside...

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    Definition: This is the rate at which a company, economy, earnings, etc. is currently growing at or expected to grow at. TeenAnalyst Advice: As investors, we typically look for companies that are growing quickly.  Companies with rapidly growing earnings are called "growth stocks."Stocks of companies that aren't growing rapidly could still be lucrative investments.  "Value stocks" are stocks that are currently undervalued.  Even though the company may not be achieving high growth rates, its low stock price might make it an attractive buy.In some years, value stocks outperform growth stocks.  They're...

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    Average Up - The average up is when you purchase more shares of a certain stock, which you already hold in your portfolio, and that have risen in price since the last time you purchased these same stocks. Generally, stocks are owned, which is considered a long position, or stocked are owed, which is considered a short position, by dealers and investors and are generally a good measure of the company's health....

  • Obtaining Financial Aid for Business

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    Okay, so you've been accepted to that cool out-of-state college that you've been wanting to go to since you were eight but your parents are on your back about the costs? No problem, there's always a way to pay for an education.A lot of people are working under the assumption that you have to have all the money for college ready by the time you enroll. That's not true. In fact, you can pay for college AFTER you attend. There are a few different ways that make this all possible...

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Definition of the Day Friends and Family Offering

Friends and Family Offering - Friends and Family Offering is the recruitment of as many family members when a new company or corporation has begun to operate. By having those closest being the early investors, this helps to build up a cash flow to float the new company through the...

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