Units for measuring corporate ownership.

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How to record “short premium” in double-entry accounting?

I write (sell to open) puts on margin for “short premium” on my personal account. The contract note for an opening transaction lists a number of components: • contract number • option symbol • strike ...
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What effect would a company delisting from the LSE to move to china have on shareholders?

If a company trading on LSE:AIM decides to delist and move to a Chinese market, what happens to the PI's and general shareholders?
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Why are Key Statistics for the same company different on various sites?

I'm looking at the same company (doesn't matter which) across Yahoo, Google, Reuters etc and the key statistics differ. For example. The Return on Equity for 32Red Plc (TTR.L) is: Yahoo - 46.73% - ...
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Do I still have my shares?

I bought some shares from a company that had one of the first accounting make up scandals. After that the company was forbidden to operate for some years. I've forgotten of those shares. But now I saw ...
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Historical dividends for all markets and shares?

Is there any service which provides historical dividend data of shares in: US Germany European Union Japan China I search for the historical data of at least the last 20 years, or even more. ...
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Correct term for describing how “interesting” a stock is to buy

When I decide what stocks to place in my portfolio I do a series of technical and fundamental analyses and during each one I give stocks different numbers of "points", and I basically go for the ones ...
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Free float is expressed as percentage of shares issued or shares outstanding?

Quiet often, one sees the free float expressed as a percentage number, e.g. http://www.pse.com.ph/stockMarket/companyInfo.html?id=154&security=165&tab=0 The question is, is the free float ...
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best way to keep track of your portfolio, total income / loss for both equities, funds and bonds

Is there any recommended web based tool which allows you to keep track of your investment portfolio, be it equities, funds, or bonds? In the case of bonds, and equities which pay a dividend, I would ...
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How to extract 2 years of historical data for all ASX companies?

There are about 2000 shares that trade on the Australian Stock Market (ASX). What is the easiest way to extract historical prices of all 2000 shares over a period of 2 years. I can find data for ...