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Why isn't newly raised cash priced-in after a secondary stock issuance?

I'm an owner in $HUT8. Yesterday after market close they announced a secondary offering of 15% of the shares. I understand this is dilutive for the shareholders, and today it seemingly led to a drop ...
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Is there a way to tell what price a stock will be before the market opens?

I was reading about an Atlassian security vulnerability and was curious as to the effects on its stock price. Surprisingly, its stock price over the past 5 days was up 6.83%!? But I checked and Monday ...
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Option Pricing Range

In case of zero transaction fee, the option should have a fixed price determined from c + K - S0 = 0 where c = Call option price K = Strike price, and S0 = Current market price If this is not ...
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Can secret Bitcoin transfers cause the reported values to be completely off?

Is it possible to buy and sell bitcoin without any of the exchanges knowing about it? Since the price of bitcoin is determined by people buying and selling, could these secret exchanges cause the ...
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Arriving at true price of Robinhood stock as of IPO

This is how I am reading the Robinhood S-1 filing. The company is entirely divided into a total of 60,500,000 shares[1]. Of this, 5,500,000 shares are promised (right; not obligation) to the ...
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Stock Price Differences Between TD Ameritrade, WeBull, Public

Why is TD Ameritrade stock price always the lowest compared to WeBull or even Public at the exact same time? Example, AMC stock was $55.34 on WeBull vs $55.17 on TD Ameritrade. I have noticed ...
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Using adjusted close vs close + dividend in performance calculation

I'm trying to calculate a portfolio's value using 2 types of calculations. I've tested the calculations on Visa's Feb 21' stock prices. Starting Value: 10k Jan 29,2021 Adjusted Price: 192.95 Jan 29,...
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What prevents me from being diluted out as a shareholder?

Hi I'm a beginner in stock market investing and I often ask myself this question: "how is it that I am protected from a company diluting me out as a shareholder?". I have seen compagnies ...
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Call Option pricing when OTM

In this example, XLX of the binomial option pricing I am pricing American call options using the binomial method. I was wondering if in the first period (0.1), the price of the stock after a downside ...
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Price of a Call Option as you Increase the time periods

I'm pricing call options at the moment and seeing how call option prices change depending solely on the periods of volatility. In one case the stock changes every month, the other it changes every ...
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Gold price per kilo on Yahoo Finance API

I monitor on Yahoo Finance the gold price per ounce. But I learned that in US you buy gold per ounce, but in Europe we use per kilo. How do I see the price per kilo on Yahoo Finance? I use a software ...
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spx vertical bull put price selection

I just started trading SPX vertical bull put spreads. Had a few winners but am not sure about picking the right credit prices. It seems like system always recommends mid prices for opening or closing ...
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What determines the price that is displayed by an exchange for a security?

From my understanding, a security's prices are published by the exchange on which it is trading. How do the exchanges determine what price to publish? Is the displayed price simply the latest fill ...
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Some questions about buying bonds

If this is a $1000 bond, do I pay somewhere between $1,000 * 103% = $1,030 and $1,000 * 104.061% = $1040.61? But 4.5%/103 = 4.37%, and 4.5%/104.061 = 4.32%, not 4.116% or 4.123% Do I get $45 every ...
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Average stock value calculation

Let's say I buy 1000 shares of ABC for 10$ each. Avg. Cost : 10$ Six months later I sell 500 shares for 12$ each. Total earnings: 1000$ Question: should I include the earnings in the formula of the ...
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Is there any way to change stock price except buyers and sellers?

Is there any way to change stock price except buyers and sellers? I mean the stock price depends only in buyers and sellers?
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When an option is exercised, does the transaction show up on a TradingView chart?

I’m trying to understand the stock market and chart data. When an option is exercised, does the transaction show up on a TradingView chart? Example: If Tesla is trading at $423 and someone exercises ...
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How to Find Date and Time a Stock Traded at a Certain Price

I am trying to see when Disney was traded at 79.07. When I see graph on Google, it shows Year-to-Date lowest point is Mar 23rd trading at 85.98. How do I see (1) Date and (2) Time when stock was 79.07?...
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How do derivative prices react so quickly to changes in underlying prices?

Just trying to understand something with the market pricing and how it works. There are literally thousands, if not millions of derivatives tied to say an index fund (which in turn are composed of a ...
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Mysterious stock dips [duplicate]

I am relatively new to the stock market and might not know all the useful terminology, so bear with me as I will do my best to explain what I am trying to grasp and hopefully I will be able to learn ...
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Can a prankster force a stock price to tank?

If I bought 100 shares of Tesla and then decided to sell 1 share for .50 on the market.. once it sold..would I see on the Tesla stock ticker that the price had dropped to .50 at some point during the ...
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Is stock exchange order book data useful for retail investors?

I am a small retail investor, and I have a stock brokerage account. The stock brokerage firm is offering free real-time order book data for NASDAQ and BATS. I noticed that, as a standalone product ...
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Price movements in ETFs

How much money would it take to move the S&P 500 +1% or -1%? How would this be estimated?
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Selling stock prices and GTC Ext

I will be on vacation for a while and wanted to attempt to sell my stock as GTC Ext while I’m away. I am trying to sell at a very high price in case it happens to go that high. If it doesn’t then I ...
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Is it possible to see market data for options trading?

Is it possible to see market data for options trading, i.e. that shows all placed option orders? Some brokerage platforms provide "level 2" order book information of all placed stock orders ...
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Price matching with Limit Orders

I have basic question concerning the stock market. I placed a Limit-Sell Order of 500 shares at $1.45 for Stock X while it was trading below that. Two days later I woke up to all shares being sold for ...
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Is $3,7 USD for 340 grams/11.9 oz of "creamy" Skippy-brand peanut butter expensive from an American's perspective? [closed]

Right now, in Sweden, a small-feeling 340 g (which is apparently 11.9 oz) jar of "Skippy creamy peanut butter" is, translated to current USD value, $3.7 USD. I think it has been around this ...
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Broker Reversed a Sell That Filled

I had a market sell order that went through last Friday morning, 06/05/2020 at 11 am. It has an Order Id, Security ID, and CUSIP ID. Today the broker removed it from my account and took the money ...
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What is the use of having access to Level 2 quotes as a retail investor?

I am a small retail investor. I recently opened a new stock brokerage account. The stock brokerage firm is offering free Level 2 quotes for NYSE and NASDAQ. Judging by the general availability of this ...
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Very short-term drop in stock price

When looking at stock price charts, you sometimes see a large drop in the price for just a short amount of time. Is this simply an error in the presentation of the chart, or has the price actually ...
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Can you move stock prices through a single orders?

Imagine that a stock costs 100$, you set a limit buy order at $105. Wouldn't this cause the bid/ask spread to jump upwards? Of course this order would get filled immediately, but shouldn't it get ...
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How do option prices change so quickly when stock price moves up or down?

It would take me at least 3 seconds to modify an existing order. When stock price rises or falls quickly, how do buyers and sellers change their prices so quickly? Do they really calculate option ...
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Historical stock price of Anadarko Corporation Jan. 8 and May 26, 1983 [duplicate]

I am looking for the common stock price of Anadarko Corporation for January 8 and May 26, 1983. Can anyone help?
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Could I make money off of the negative oil price?

I saw the price of oil did something at about 1 PM Eastern time that is really bizarre: it went negative. This means that you get paid to take oil off the field. But, the oil price is negative now, ...
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Ameritrade price close difference

Using the Ameritrade app, the close price ( market is closed ) shows a close price of $5.26. The actual close price is $5.78 in other apps and a simple web search. Is there a reason for this?
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What's the intrinsic value of stocks [duplicate]

I am a financial noob. I wonder what are some intrinsic value of stocks. While purchasing a stock, I expect that the price of it will go up, and I'll sell it to gain the price difference. However, the ...
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Why would a seller at an auction set their reserve price hidden?

I've encountered online auctions where the seller has set their reserve price hidden. What are the benefits to the seller that would cause them to do so? As a buyer, if I see an item I like, I may put ...
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NAV difference between Acc and Dist ETFs

There can be huge differences between the prices of the accumulating and distributing versions of ETFs following the same index. For instance, as of 17 Jan 2020 for iShares Core MSCI EM IMI UCITS ETF -...
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What controls stock price? [duplicate]

Before everyone starts explosively typing essays about why a stock's price is virtually impossible to predict, I want to iterate that I am not asking how to know what a stock's price will be. I am ...
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Two realtors estimating different price ranges

I'm looking into investing into a specific apartment. It hasn't been publicly listed as for sale yet, I just happen to know the current owner. The owner asked me to do my own research and make him an ...
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What Actually Determines Stock Prices from a Given Broker?

When you look up a stock's price at a broker, where does that number come from, and who decides if it goes up or down? Sometimes it's said that "supply & demand" determines stock prices. This is ...
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Price of thing going up

I read about price differences of things throughout years. I read that in 1988 gas costed about .90 cents per gallon; In 2018 it cost about 2.90 per gallon. So in 30 years I think that came to 222.22.%...
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Buy at least three at a lower price?

I need a product from a shop in the US and the unit price is about $100. But the shop has an offer saying if I buy three or more units, the unit price is only about $80.00. The shop also has very good ...
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Non-delivery of forward contract

What options there are for protection of non-delivery or non-payment for deliverable forward contracts in the absence of clearing house? With volatile assets the spot price can be very different from ...
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Why does the 1D difference not start from 0%?

I'm trying to understand %change in price charts on Morningstar. Here is a %change in price for 2 securities in the last 1D. Why is it that neither of them started from zero? What's going on here? ...
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What types of resource/mining stocks are counter-recession?

I'm trying to learn the method behind the madness that explains some resource/mining stocks' performance during the last recession (December 2007 - June 2009). SPY: -38.15% (for comparison) NRP: -34....
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why is the opening price of a stock sometimes different when you are working with 5 minute candles and 1 day candles?

Take a look at apple on tradingview. On the 6 of May, the opening price of apple with 1-day candles is $204.29, however, when I look at the opening price with 5-minute candles, the opening price was $...
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BITCOIN: on a chart what does it mean for the USD price to be higher then marketcap?

I'm looking at this chart and i don't rely understand why the USD price is at times lower and at times higher then the market-cap. I would assume they are supposed to go in parallel since they are in ...
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Is the current stock price the last bid price or the last ask price, or what?

The answer to this question states: "current stock price … is actually the price of the last trade. It is a historical price…" The last trade had a buyer and seller. The buyer paid the "ask" price, ...
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CFD trading in commodities, is it safe to hold?

I am looking into trading and created a demo account for this trading website just to mess around a little and try to get some understanding of how it all works. I made an order to open at a set price....