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Tip of the Day Pay Off High Interest Debts Before You Start Saving

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Ex-dividend - An ex-dividend is a security that no longer provides the right to receive the most recent dividend. An ex-dividend can also refer to the period in between the time a dividend was announced and the actual payout. NASDAQ declares the ex-dividend date. Creating an ex-date in this way will facilitate all unfinished transaction prior to the record date, which is the date that an investor must own shares in order to receive a dividend. If the pending transactions have not been completed by the ex date, the stock exchange will reduce the price of the stock by the amount that would have been the dividend. The investor has to absorb the decrease in price because he or she did not own the stock in time.

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Fully Diluted Earnings per Share - Fully diluted earnings per share is a term used to define the smallest amount of earnings per share. The formula to compute this is by taking the smallest figure earnings per common share and computing earnings per share. This will give you a...

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