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How to explain quick price changes early in the morning

I don't have much experience trading and wonder why there was a large change just when the market opened. I daytraded my portfolio and started only recently. As expected, in the morning when the ...
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How can I buy shares of oil? I'm told it's done through ETFs. How's that related to oil prices per barrel?

I'm new to investing in the stock market. I'm completely confused about how I can invest in oil. There's no ticker on the stock market as such. I've read online that I can invest in ETFs or ETN. Is ...
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Protection of sellers in public corporation under duress to sell?

going-private "transaction to acquire all of the outstanding ordinary shares not already owned by the Buyer Group" Can I refuse to sell and hold on to my share What are the protection for minority ...
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NYSE vs. Nasdaq - can I tell what exchange a ticker traded on, based solely on the ticker?

So KO is clearly NYSE:KO, and GOOG is clearly NASDAQ:GOOG, but are tickers generally unique (between NYSE and Nasdaq)? If I mention a stock ABC and you know by context it's traded on an American ...
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Is there a free stock query service? [duplicate]

Is there a web-based stock query service that allow me to look up for Stocks that match certain criteria? E.g. I want to find ALL stocks that are on 52-week high, with an Avg-daily volume greater ...
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What is the best way to invest in US stocks from India?

Being an Indian citizen, I would like to trade in US stock markets (i.e. in NASDAQ and NYSE) Is that possible?
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I own ASPIRO shares (Jay Z's new company). Now that it is going private, what about my shares?

I bought shares from ASPIRO ASP.ST at $1.05/share. Now, the company is going from public back to private in a couple of days! What does this mean for me as a public shareholder? And what can I do, ...
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Can an individual investor easily trade options for NASDAQ-CM equities?

When I look at a NASDAQ-CM-listed company on my broker's site (or on Yahoo/Google Finance pages), there are no option prices listed. Is there some way for an individual investor to buy/sell puts/...
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Where can I download all stock symbols of all companies “currently listed” and “delisted” as of today?

I am in process of of downloading historical stock data from few sources I have gathered. However, all of them require me to provide stock symbol. I want to download data for all companies. In ...
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How can I buy an OTC stock listed in Nasdaq from India?

I am a citizen of India. I would like to buy some OTC stock which is listed in Nasdaq. What is the procedure? Do I have to find a US broker? Is it mandatory to fill W8 Ben form for Indians? Do I ...
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SEC forms filed under different company name

I'm trying to find 10-K, 10-Q, or 4 forms for a company called Creative Edge Nutrition (ticker symbol: FITX,) but what I found was forms filed under the name "LAUFER BRIDGE ENTERPRISES, INC." Why is ...
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Display vs Non-Display Limit Orders

In an effort to better understand how market exchanges work, I was attempting to learn how orders get executed on NASDAQ. The following quote is from their website (click here to view): NASDAQ ...
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Buying Nasdaq stocks from outside United States

I want to invest in some companies listed on NASDAQ, but the financial intermediary firms in my country (Turkey) require high commission fees on transactions. Is there a reliable solution to make ...
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How to get most accurate stock data downloaded to excel [closed]

I've been downloading historical NASDAQ stock data from yahoo for about 2 years. Yesterday, 12/31/2013, it started to not download any historical data. But now I realize that yahoo's data probably ...
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Why does Google Finance show the NASDAQ Composite way up but Yahoo! Finance shows it slightly down?

Google Finance versus Yahoo! Finance. I'm sure the difference is because Google Finance shows a date of November 8 while Yahoo! Finance shows November 9. But aren't the markets closed on Saturday?