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    There are thousands of stocks on the stock market. It can be a daunting task deciding which stocks to invest in. Typically stocks are broken into two general categories: growth stocks and value stocks. Growth stocks are typically considered companies that are expected to increase at rates above the average rate of the market. These investments typically do not pay any form of dividends, preferring to reinvest their earnings back into projects with the hope of helping the company to develop and

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    daily volatility that roils the markets. As the demand for instantaneous results and better returns at less cost rises, investors’ traditional reliance on stockbrokers is waning, albeit slightly. The resulting stress from this shift in responsibility from the broker to the individual is not always obvious, but almost certainly inevitable. The stakes seem raised when any loss or gain comes as a direct result of the investor’s own actions. Instability in the markets often fuels a dizzying ride of

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    Notes On The Stock Market

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    Rookie stock market investors are those who only possess a relatively rudimentary knowledge and experience of the investing sphere. Most of these individuals usually commence by sticking to a 'buy and hold ' trading strategy. As a beginner, your general experience in investment trading is very limited. This, for the most part, confines you to making no more than a couple of trades perhaps on a monthly basis from a cash account. However, this does not necessary signify that you have not placed high

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    The Stock Market

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    the needs and wants of consumers and namely, the Stock Market. The Stock Market is nothing more than a global network of organised market places where everyday large sums of money are moved across. As of 2013, over $85 trillion AUD (or €60 trillion) are traded in the Stock Market. This amount of money is more than the cost of all goods and services in the entire world economy. However, this is just a simplified statement. In truth, the Stock Market is a highly complicated concept that can be affected

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    Stock Market

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    selling of stocks that we purchased using $ 100,000 USD (Monopoly money) given to us by our instructor. Our assignment was to invest the stock in any way seen best fit to gain the most profit. We were to track our stocks three times a week and document the results using Microsoft Excel. The requirements for the assignment were to include two stock trades and to try to make our portfolio diverse using different sectors. The purpose of this project is to understand how the stock market works, and

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    Stock Market Failure

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    our nation’s economy is rapidly declining because of the stock market crash. What you may not know is that your father and I have lost our life’s savings because of it. You see, your father and I decided to invest in some shares, hoping to make a profit in the long run. What a mistake that turned out to be! Although we only used a miniscule portion of our money, we bought the stocks on a margin, receiving loans from the bank. When the market crashed, our bank announced that all loans must be fully

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    Introduction The stock market has seen a lot of fluctuation during the months of February, March, and beginning of April. This can be noted to the new President in office, Mr. Trump. He has spent a great amount of his life as a businessman, and many investors saw this as a positive omen as to what would happen to the stock market and their investments. In fact, right before the presidential election in November, stock prices and indexes plunged as uncertainty in whether he or Mrs. Clinton would

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    The Stock Market

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    In 2001, it struck everybody as odd when a blue chip stock went bankrupt less than a year after it paid its top 5 executives a total of $282.7 million. The stock market is notorious for being seductively tricky; being the sole contributor to the making and breaking of many men. However, this time it was clear that this wasn’t an ordinary unexpected decline. Enron Corporation, a former American energy company, had to have had something going on behind the scenes to cause the largest chapter 11 bankruptcy

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    Stock Market Simulation

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    Software Requirements Specification for Stock Market Simulator Version 1.0 approved Prepared by Divesh Mirchandani, Abhishek Oturkar, Sumit Kriplani, Kedar Nadkarni 30-01-2015 Table of Contents Table of Contents ii Revision History ii 1. Introduction 1 1.1 Purpose 1 1.2 Document Conventions 1 1.3 Intended Audience and Reading Suggestions 1 1.4 Product Scope 1 1.5 References 2 2. Overall Description 2 2.1 Background 2 2.2 System Context

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    of the stock market game the stocks that I own was Amazon, Wal-Mart, AutoZone, Ford, Kohls, Toyota, Coca-Cola, and O'Reilly. These stocks have done good since I have bought them. These stocks had their ups and down throughout the whole game, but although they didn’t have it that bad . They may have gained money, but, they also, losted money at the same time. Also, there were days where the stock price went up and down since there were people out there that was willing to pay for the stock at a higher

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