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Tip of the Day Stocks are High Risk, High Reward

Stocks are High Risk, High Reward - Stocks when used properly and taken out on a long-term basis usually return more than more investments in dividends, although are really risky...

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Syndicate bid - A syndicate bid is a bid, which represents the highest price the syndicate member (member of a bank, brokerage, or investment bank) will pay for the securities trading on the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations (NASDAQ) exchange. A syndicate bid is entered just prior to a secondary offering. The reason for a syndicate bid is to stabilize the market, since a secondary offering (an offering which occurs after the initial offering of stock has been made) increases the number of outstanding shares (float). Therefore the prices of that security will fluctuate and a syndicate bid is offered to stabilize the prices.

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Definition of the Day Back-End Load

Back-end load - A back-end load is a fee such as a sales charge or a commission, which investors pay when selling their mutual funds within a certain number of years, which is usually 5 or 10 years. The fee will be a percentage of the value that is being...

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