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Will the number of shares in market increase when Venture Capitalists sell their shares?

In my understanding, the shares issued to the public during IPO is from a different set of pie and the shares issued to VCs during series round of funding is from a different set of pie. So after IPO, ...
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Why would the price of a stock remain steady after a private placement announcement?

I'm a novice investor and ran across something that I don't understand. I own shares of Aureus and recently found this notice; On June 15, 2016, Aureus announced a private placement (the "Private ...
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How can I find out what is the total US markets dividend payout of all companies in 2015?

I'm writing a paper and couldn't find a good source for what is the total dividend payout of all companies in the US markets in 2015. Where can I find numbers for this?
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NYSE exchange company selling stock to raise funding

When a DOW company offers a large number of stock for sale to raise funding for growth projects does price of existing shares general go up or down
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company market capitalization to total (annual) stock market capitalization [closed]

I have a panel dataset with 13 countries and 10 years (1999-2009). I'm trying to calculate share/percentage of the average firm market capitalization to average stock market capitalization for each ...
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Calculating net investment portion of Discounted Cash Flow (DCF)

I am trying to calculate free cash flow and conduct DCF analysis. How do you calculate the net investment as per DCF Analysis: Forecasting Free Cash Flows | Investopedia for Microsoft in 2012? The ...
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Is there a Limit Order to buy long if the price RISES (not falls) to a specific value?

I trade with Interactive Brokers. I want to buy at the Close in one of the following scenarios. The scenario depends on the indicator that I'm using. First scenario: Assume that the price is ...
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what is the timezone that yahoo uses for stock information

Sites such as yahoo show historical data for stocks. They show stocks for all different stock markets. When they show information for a day for example the hong kong stock market, are those dates ...
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Resources for real time market intelligence

What are the best resources to obtain real time news that have a direct impact on the markets? If Im trying to research in the pre-market hours for the most up-to date information that will move ...
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Bonus issue - Increasing share capital

A company wants to issue 1,000,000,000 bonus shares as fully paid up on a 1:1 basis (one bonus share for one existing share held). The company says it needs to increase the authorised share capital ...
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Where Can Deutsche Bank Stock Opinions Be Found?

I have been looking for Deutsche Bank stock opinions with little success. All I could find was on finviz.com where If I search for a stock it will mention if Deutsche Bank has an opinion.
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Historical data files for NYSE/NASDAQ daily open/close price data?

is there a place to get free access to NYSE/NASDAQ historical daily open/close data? Perhaps going back like 10 years? I'm more interested in the DOW and NASDAQ 100 data for this range, not ...
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Where to find free Thailand stock recommendations and research?

I have a portfolio which consists of Thai stocks and I need inputs on how to re-balance them. Where could I get free recommendation/research about Thai stocks? Thank you very much!
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Long or short recovery time for enterprises after this crash? [closed]

Provided that the Corona pandemic would be under control in about 2-3 months, many experts claim that an enterprise (e.g. Volkswagen) will suffer -10% sales and that the share price (after the huge ...
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Useful insights to be gleaned from balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow

I'm trying to teach myself how to glean insights relevant to investing in a company from looking at the company's balance sheets and income statements over time. I think this may be considered part of ...
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What is the value that indicates a current volatility?

In the following chart, the price of the stock dropped when it was around 101.25 to 99.15 on 12/20 and the price is fluctuating between 99.60 and 100.60 for the next three days. Is there any technical ...
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When Does “External” Data Qualify as Material Nonpublic Information?

For the sake of example, let's say company X is a publicly traded company that manages a chain of department stores. I go to each storefront and setup security cameras to monitor customer traffic, ...
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If Year-on-Year quarterly sales growth is negative , how can Y-o-Y profit be increased for a company?

I want to understand how even though quarterly sales has been decreasing for a company , quarterly profit is increasing ? Is it not the same ? Please have a look at this image.
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How to distinguish the difference between Market Profile according to Volume and Price?

Recently, I am concerned about using Market Profile in trading. There are two ways using Market Profile including either consideration of volume or change of price. Generally speaking, if we consider ...
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Why is 8K Q4 income statement metrics be different from the difference between 10-K and the Q1-Q3 metrics?

For SEC filings, why would 8K income statement metrics be different from the 10-K metrics? Ie. share count reported in the 8K quarter 4 report is different from share count in 10-K Why can't you ...
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How are candlestick dojis defined technically?

I´m trying to programmatically analyse candle stick pattern: I have historical OCHL data that I want to perform an automated analysis on, via b4j which is a programming language. The thing is that I ...
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Would earning reports or other filings for a retail outlet include a breakdown of sales by category?

I am evaluating stock traded on NASDAQ for a retail establishment. I want to learn what portion of this establishments sales come from different departments. For example, I want to know if 20% of ...
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What percent of first post-IPO earnings reports are disappointing?

It seems like every time a company has its IPO, the next earnings report fails to meet expectations and the stock price plummets. Shouldn't expectations be lower considering the frequency at which ...
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What are the mathematical techniques used in stocks market? [closed]

I have been reading several forums and about investing in Stocks Market, and gathering information about different strategies, mainly Buy and Hold. Now, as a mathematician (We are supposed to be ...
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Does the FFT of a price series hold any significance?

I'm just wondering whether spectral/frequency information (by means of a Fast Fourier Transform) about a stock's price series holds any significance in investment? My expectation is that it would ...
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Calculating returns across multiple securities and time

I've been getting very confused on the topic of calculating returns. To get cumulative returns in time, log-returns are used, but apparently log-returns aren't used across different securities at a ...
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Question about beta - trading

I've been a bit stuck with this question: "If a portfolio P had a predicted beta=1.05 wrt to an index, and that index later underperformed Treasury Bills by 5%, what would be the expected return of ...
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Forward Contract Extension

I was reading this article Below is a small snippet from the article. I'm wondering how Barrick gold could extend the hedge at its own option. How would this be executed and how do they have this ...
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Understanding about Williams' Alligator Indicator?

I recently discovered that Williams' Alligator indicator can be used to identify current stock trend. But there's something that make me curious: Can that indicator only be used for short-term trades?...
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How is ATR multiple calculated in Trend “Turtle” Trading?

I have been reading a few books about trend trading and the famed "Turtle" strategy. One concept that is evading me is how the ATR multiple for risk is calculated. I think I understand how to make the ...
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Finding Uncorrelated Assets

I own a particular security. How can I find another security, which has uncorrelated or negatively correlated (anti correlated) returns with the one I already own? I would like both securities to ...
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stock for a particular brand

Let's say that I'm convinced that "Windows Phone" will grow more popular than "iPhone"/"iOS". I would like to invest my money in this. The stock market is overwhelming for me. I don't understand how ...
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Finding the Index where a stock is listed and its impact on a stock's price

How do I determine if NKE is a component of the S&P, DOW or Nasdaq indexes and what effect an index has on a stock's price? Is there a technical indicator that indicates if a stock is ...
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Does a stocks price reflect how much the company is making?

I have read a couple articles like the one below, and i am a little confused on what is the facts. Looking a this stock: MSPC They have 5.6B shares outstanding On 2/14/2018 they closed at 0.0001 ...
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Why do stocks that haved dropped since the launch still get good ratings?

I noticed that the price of some stocks (e.g. CA.PA) have gone down since the launch (in this case ~20 years ago, to -80% at almost linear rate). But for some strange reason the analysts still ...
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AI based penny stock predictor [closed]

I would like to start a web-based software for the AI based penny stock predictor. The focus will be for the long term investing (and not the trading). This will be also associated with the news of ...
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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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Why would a stock have a 30% spread (between Ask and Bid)?

If I am understanding this correctly, if I wanted to buy this stock, market price is $129 ish. If I want to sell, I'll get about 30% less, $98 ish. That seems like a huge spread. What are typical ...
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What accounted for DXJR's huge drop in stock price?

On December 27, 2016 the Japan ETF DXJR (WisdomTree Japan Hedged Real Estate Fund) closing price was $26.49. The very next day it opened at $14.05! The 28th was also the same day of dividends of $12....
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why do energy stocks trade at lower prices compared to other sectors?

In researching some additional stocks I want to acquire, I've noticed many energy stocks trade at lower prices and exhibit a large amount of volatility. Why is that despite the fact energy is a basic ...
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If a stock assures that they will never pay out any dividends in the whole future of the company, is it worth anything? [duplicate]

I've had this discussion a lot with friends. It is simalar to this question: If a stock doesn't pay dividends, then why is the stock worth anything? ...But it is actually not the same. Most ...
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Does negative P/E ratio mean stock is weak?

Looking at a stock like TWLO: https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/TWLO/?p=TWLO, it has a negative PE. Check the 6 month charge and notice how much the stock has dropped. Here are a few more negative PE ...
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How do you compare the sales of a company like Coca Cola against another company like JPMorgan Chase to figure out the best investment opportunity?

I am wondering how to compare companies from the sales perspective. If I take a look into the balance sheet of Coca Cola) and take a look at the sales, they are pretty clear to understand. If I take ...
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Basic Algorithmic Trading Strategy

I was searching the web for basic algorithmic trading concepts and came across the following article. http://www.investopedia.com/articles/active-trading/101014/basics-algorithmic-trading-concepts-and-...
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Can I evaluate the performance of a company using just OHLC data?

Is there any way to calculate finance for a company if I have Open, Close, Low, High, Adjusted Value of stocks and it's trade volume in each day, for 6 months? I read many ways to calculate the ...
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Would long-term treasury bonds (e.g. TLT) generally rise when stocks (e.g. SPX) fall?

Is this a correct analysis of TLT (iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond): It was hammered by QE talk in May. It will continue to generally drift lower while QE is in effect or even being tapered and the ...
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What does it indicate when the stock price stabilizes around a certain range for many year? [closed]

I was looking at the price history chart of Hindustan Copper Ltd. in Bombay Stock Exchange website and noticed that for around 2 years the stock price was floating in between Rs. 50 and Rs. 70. What ...
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How come stock price increase doesn't result in a volume increase as well?

If the stock goes up it means that more people are buying it right? So volume should be increasing along with stock price increase and vice versa, but that's not what is happening, why?
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What are price targets of stocks based on?

When analysts define a new price target for a stock. Is it based on actual fundamentals: costs, earnings, etc. Or does it include a guesstimation of how much the stock will change based on emotions ...
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What does Jim Simons signify by “stocks don’t double in a day”?

Source: D. T. Max. “Jim Simons, the Numbers King.” The New Yorker, December 18 & 25, 2017 Issue He hired another mathematician, whom he’d met at the I.D.A., and they began to create models that ...

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