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Tip of the Day Get The House Inspected by a Professional

Get The House Inspected by a Professional - So you have decided to purchase a home for the first time, or the fifth time, and you love the home you...

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Reverse Take-Over - Reverse Take-Over is the practice of one company or, corporation buying out a larger company or corporation. The company or, corporation bought out can be a private company or a public company. The purchasing of a public corporation or, company does not stop the stock security from trading on the Stock Exchange. A privately owned company now has the advantage of gaining a listing on the Stock Exchange. It will put its own management team in place and, rename the public corporation. Reverse Take-Over is a rare practice but it has occurred in the past and, is a noted practice.

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Definition of the Day Capitalization Weighted Index

Capitalization Weighted Index - The capitalization weighted index is a stock index where each stock affects the stock market's index in proportion to its current market value. Examples of markets using the capitalization weighted index include the Nasdaq Composite Index, the S & P 500, the Wilshire 5000 Equity Index,...

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