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NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations) is an American stock exchange that was founded in 1971.

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What does the U letter at the end of a NASDAQ ticker mean?

I noticed that some stocks could have two tickers (such as AGBA/AGBAU and LOAC/LOACU) and although the underlying company is the same, the prices for tickers with or without U are slightly different. ...
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If I am a Canadian Citizen, how can I surpass/mitigate the losses while trading US Stocks due to exchange rate?

So, imagine a situation, I am a Canadian citizen who decided to invest into an American based company, consequently all the activity is taking place at the NASDAQ. At some point in the future I am ...
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Voting for reverse merger

To qualify for voting for reverse merger for HSGX, you must own the shares before 15th July. What happens if you sell your shares after 15th July and do not vote? How are those votes counted? Who ...
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What is the difference between these two share classes of an ETF?

I am looking up NASDAQ ETFs that can be purchased in the UK. What is the difference between: EQQQ https://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/prices-and-markets/ETFs/company-summary/...
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How can CLDR(NYSE) still be shorted after it dropped more than 10% the previous day?

CLDR is still allowed for shorting after losing ~2% on Friday, probably also because of this, when on Thursday it was dropping ~11%... As far as I know there should be a rule which does not allow ...
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What is this “Trading”, “Stock Price” when I type NASDAQ:FB?

I am very beginner to business and trading.. And On the other side I'm very expert in Computing and tech. When I type Facebook Inc. in Google, it shows me what is Facebook and Facebook as a company ...
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How can an EU citizen best hedge NASDAQ?

Background: I have a NASDAQ-heavy portfolio, and wanted to use the SQQQ ETF (Short leveraged Nasdaq-100 ETF) as a way to hedge on days when I expect the whole index to go down (one sub-question here ...
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Why is EPE Energy's Revenue different between Nasdaq and Morningstar? understanding financial statements

Why is EPE Energy's Revenue different between Nasdaq and Morningstar? Below are the two numbers, am I missing something? says revenue is 1.066 billion for 2017 https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/epe/...
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How does a company have a net loss in their income statement, but their stock market value still rises?

For example in the case of Tesla, they always have a net loss in their operating income, but still their market value keeps increasing. What do the shareholders get as dividend? Do shareholders get ...
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Is Nasdaq stock an ETF?

Newb here. Is https://robinhood.com/stocks/NDAQ an ETF, aka if I buy this, is it a composite index (like QTEC)? Meaning if I buy NDAQ am I really buying a composite index, or am I just investing in ...
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Planing to invest into DAX/S&P500/NASDAQ100 soon. Should wait for market crash?

I hope this question isn't too opinion based, even if I'm afraid it might be. Looking at historical data, one could argue that a market Crash in 2018/2019 might probably happen. Obviously no one can ...
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Why are some stocks' movements correlated?

I noticed that stocks often go up and down together, for example I see MSFT goes up 2% and then if I look at Alphabet it's also up at around 1.5% and then if one goes down, the other goes down ...
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What does tick volume mean?

So the NASDAQ shows a tick volume of 400 each minute. Does this mean there are 400 positions whether they are sell or buy?
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Can large positions make the market move because of it on a short term?

The NASDAQ shows a Tick Volume of aprox 400 in a 1 minute time period, which I asume means 400 positions placed in one minute? What happens in the short term if someone decides to buy say 10,000 ...
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How does a company get on the NASDAQ-100 index?

"The Nasdaq 100 Index is a basket of the 100 largest, most actively traded U.S companies listed on the Nasdaq stock exchange." How is this calculated and decided on?
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Why is some data missing on google finance for historical quotes

Comparing the data on google finance https://finance.google.com/finance/historical?q=stwd&start=60&num=30&ei=DgUZWqCTBMi2uASdl4u4CQ and on nasdaq http://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/stwd/...
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Earnings Calendar Fiscal Quarter Ending

Taking a look at the earnings calendar on the Nasdaq site I stumbled upon the column "Fiscal Quarter Ending". I see that some companies that report earnings on the 21st of November (http://www.nasdaq....
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Are exchange compliance plan submissions publicly available and where they can be found?

I've encountered several times that a company doesn't meet certain listing standards for an exchange (e.g. min stockholder equity or market capitalization on NASDAQ), submits a compliance plan to the ...
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How do stocks like INL (traded in Frankfurt) work?

Intel is traded under INTC in NASDAQ. Intel is traded under INL in Frankfurt. What makes this possible? I assume these are the same company and somehow track each other but given the exchanges have ...
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Pandas_datareader: ticker data type of get_nasdaq_symbols()

I used pandas_datarader for getting stock data of NASDAQ. I found out get_nasdaq_symbols() and it returns some good information for each stock. Here is the code: In [27]: from pandas_datareader ...
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Understanding the Nasdaq insider trading information

I was looking at information about stocks at Nasdaq and noticed that they post information about amount of company stock being sold and bought by company insiders. Nasdaq explains the value of this ...
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Find the tick increment value of an equity

Is there any resource containing the tick increment values of NASDAQ/NYSE equities (.0001, .01, .05), or way to programmatically determine it (rule or formula) ?
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Are stock purchases on NASDAQ trackable to personal information?

Before iPhone7 launch, Apple CEO Tim Cook sold large amounts of his assets, (probably without telling the news). Are these transactions tied to personal information? What about private traders?
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Nasdaq Composite Futures?

When the financial press talks about Nasdaq futures, they are talking about Nasdaq 100 Futures. How come they do not use the Nasdaq Composite Futures?
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Must a company have a specific number of employees to do an IPO?

I'm interested in a job offering from a company that is going for an IPO (Initial Public Offering) in the next 6 months. It is rumored that once the IPO is done they will lay off a lot of employees ...
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What defines if a stock is able to settle in CREST

I'm based in the UK. Using Hargraves Lansdown platform I've purchased various shares on the NASDAQ exchange. Today I decided I would like to purchase some Atlassian shares which are also on the ...
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How and where do companies publish financial reports?

AFAIK, Wall-street companies should publish their financial reports and make them publicly available so that everyone can make an educated investment decision. That might be a silly question but first ...
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OTC Markets, OTCBB & NASDAQ Level 2

Does NASDAQ Level 2 or NASDAQ Total View support OTCBB stocks or only stocks listed on national exchanges?
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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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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?