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Tip of the Day Never Spend More Than 2 Times Your Income On A Home

Never Spend More Than 2 ? Times Your Income On A Home - Half the trick to buying a home is knowing what you can afford to spend...

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Penny Stock Reform Act of 1990


Penny Stock Reform Act of 1990 - In 1990, United States Congress brought into effect this act which was designed to force brokers and penny stock dealers to gather and keep information about any person who wanted to purchase penny stocks. This information was then utilized to determine the possibility of fraud, and allowed the Securities and Exchange Commission, known as the SEC, to be able to determine whether the purchaser was attempting to manipulate the price of penny stocks or otherwise alter the appearance of the value of the stock. This was primarily to protect beginning investors from abuse by unethical experienced dealers and brokers.

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Definition of the Day Voting Stock

Voting Stock - A Voting Stock is a stock that comes with voting rights to the holder of this stock. With this voting right, a shareholder can have influence on important matters that involves the company. He or she can also vote for members of the...

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