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How does an ETF that tracks a foreign stock index work? - Potential arbitrage opportunities because of time-zone?

Suppose I live in the US and want to buy an ETF share traded in the US. I would already know how Chinese stock market performed by the time the US market is open because of the 12-hour difference. ...
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Why does my routing number (IBAN)come up as invalid

I am trying to wire funds and my routing number to Citibank which is 122401710 in Las Vegas Nevada it’s coming up invalid I ban when I go to wire funds. When I called Citibank they told me that I ...
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What are the different compensation schemes available for trading performance

In the past year we've worked on automated trading bots. We now have a working solution that has been working consistently well in a live situation for months. The trading is purely on crypto-...
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Why can’t I seem to purchase this option?

I’m using Robinhood, and I’m new to options trading. A co-worker is teaching me about options trading, and recommended I start with cheaper long term options to learn with since I’ll lose less money ...
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Consequences with liquidity issues for an index fund or ETF?

In the media in recent months, there were mentions of liquidity risk of index funds and ETFs (sparked by some statements by Michael Burry). My question is if there is a mass sell off by the public of ...
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If someone deposits money into your account for you to keep can they cause you more money problems off of that or steal more than money from it?

I met this girl online. We hit it off quick, and we want to meet later. Her story is a little weird, but some of it could be true. Anyway she wanted me to get an account so her dad could send her ...
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TurboTax had me file for a 1040 instead of a 1040NR. Is there a way I can change this?

It's my first time filing for a US tax return. I used TurboTax, filled up all the necessary information, and I got the result showing a form 1040, which means I got zero amount. I am from the ...
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Price 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, the NAV of the accumulating version ...
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What is study material about solvencyⅡ [closed]

Because of change of my department,now I need to study solvencyⅡ. I can find some materials.. but I would like to study following order. First step: I would like to know Overall view. Second step: ...
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Confusion on CRISIL Rating

Which is better CRISIL 5 or CRISIL 1. Problem arises when PAYTM MONEY shows under top rated funds with CRISIL 5...but CRISIL rates funds 1 to 5, 1 being the best performer. I am confused?
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S&P 500 only returns 1.26% (after UK inflation)… am I wrong?

I invest in the S&P 500 from the UK. I am trying to calculate what my investment pot will be in 25 years, adjusting for inflation. Unfortunately, my calculations point me towards an abysmal ...
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how to calculate profit of call option

I am trying to calculate the point at which exercising a call option would be profitable. I am looking at a call option for AAPL. The strike price is $320 and expires March 18th 2020. The price for ...
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Does the annual percentage yield (APY) take into account the expense ratio? [duplicate]

For example, the APY of SPAXX (Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund) is currently 1.84 for the past year whereas the expense ratio is 0.42%. Does that mean that the pre-tax yield is 1.84% or 1.84%-...
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Head of houshold: Domestic partner, and child, with joint checking

I am living with my domestic partner and our child, and she contributes about twice what I do into our joint checking account from which all bills are paid. Can she file as head of household? I think ...
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What's the meaning of “The agent quotes the bid price …”?

I'm studying an article about High-frequency trading. I'm very new at financial market so maybe my question is very simple. In the article writers said "The agent quotes the bid price...". What's ...
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Why does a short-term certificate of deposit (CD) have a significantly smaller annual percentage yield (APY) than a saving accounts in some banks? [duplicate]

I see on Ally Financial's website that a 3-month certificate of deposit (CD) has an annual percentage yield (APY) of 0.75% whereas the saving account has an APY of 1.60%. This surprises me because I ...
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How to tell the IRS about Roth IRA gains on early withdrawal?

I had to give some of my Roth IRA to my ex-wife, and didn't do it in the wisest manner. How now do I tell the IRS that only about $80 of the $3,570 that I sent to her are taxable and penalizable ...
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What is the possibility of an ITM covered call not being assigned?

I wrote 70, 1/17/20 Apple covered calls at $240. Apple went to $310. It is 1/18 and the calls have expired but I still have my stock. Why?
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What to check in the Quarterly Financials to know the future price movement?

The following is the quarterly financials for AAPL. What financial result in the list can indicate the strength of the company and it is rightly valued? Does the stock price normally adjusts to the ...
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Buying and Selling options for the same stock multiple times in a day?

Is it normal that traders buy and sell options of the same stock on the same day multiple times? For example, in an event of a positive earnings release, the CALL options were bought and then sold it ...
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Do exchanges or brokers control bulk trade activities?

The following is the chart for AAPL for 1/17/2020. There were two dips before 1:15 PM and at 1:15 PM, the stock went up to close higher. I speculate that the reason behind the surge is the news that ...
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What's the wrong with the Yahoo chart showing the wrong price at different times?

The following are the charts from Google and Yahoo Finance for the AAPL stock. A few questions regarding the chart and the prices: The Google chart shows the price of 316.49 at 9:30 AM while Yahoo ...
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How do I bookkeep an Ecommerce website?

I have a multi vendor e-commerce website where I sell goods from 3rd party vendors. When an item is sold on my website, the money is stored in my bank account. Monthly, I transfer money earned to the ...
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Past due on an account that i do not have, synchrony paypal

Keep getting auto calls, messages and now a letter from paypal credit c/o synchrony bank. They say i have a past due balance. I do not even have an account! What should i do?
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Most surefire way to keep yourself from using a credit card

I have gotten myself into trouble with credit card debt, $XX,XXXX. Never been very good with money, three cards decided to hand me stupid limits and now they're all maxed. The only upside is I'm ...
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Why do some monthly bond ETFs have no dividend in January?

For example, the following bond ETFs have monthly dividends except in January: 1) https://www.nasdaq.com/market-activity/funds-and-etfs/vteb/dividend-history: ------------...
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Russian taxes with dual citizenship

I'm a minor (17) who is considering using my birthright to be recognized as a Russian citizen, as my mother is one. If I apply as a minor this late, will I have to worry about taxes if I reside in the ...
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Paying Credit Card After Cash Back Credit

With a credit card, are you obliged to pay the statement balance or the current balance? For the period ending Jan 12th I have a statement balance of $200 (payment due Jan 30th), on Jan 16th I ...
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Are there any issues with sending money outside of the US?

My girlfriend is an immigrant and for her birthday, I asked her what she wanted. She said she would like me to send a gift back to her home country for her parents instead of getting her something. I ...
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Tax efficiency and Roth IRAs

I have a question relating to avoiding investment taxes as compared to maximizing tax free growth in a Roth IRA. Suppose you have: $10000 in a Roth IRA $10000 in a taxable brokerage account and ...
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Is Saikyo Sakura Assets Holding a legit company?

Today I got a cold call from an alleged representative of Saikyo Sakura Assets offering me a trading opportunity. At first I was very skeptical as this raised several red flags, but I am also ...
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How do stocks work? (Cryptocurrency analogy) [closed]

I come from a cryptocurrency background (Bitcoin etc.). I have no idea how stocks work and how to invest into stocks. In cryptocurrencies for example, I am in full control my assets (private key) and ...
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Totaled car with two insurance policies

I moved out from home to another state and purchased an auto insurance policy in my name for my vehicle, paid for the 6 months upfront. Previously it was insured under my parents' policy. I set the ...
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Credit cards: Is it worth using the interest-free period on a second card?

I am about to start a 12 month part-time course, requiring variable but monthly payments. To maximise my budget I want to pay for it via credit card, but am trying to understand which method will end ...
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How to put Japanese postal code on Canadian site

I live in Canada and I have Japanese credit card. Then I need to put postal card but I cannot How can I put Japanese postal code on Canadian site?
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Are there Bond ETF’s that don’t go down? [duplicate]

I would like to put some percentage of my money in an investment that only goes up, even if it goes up only by a small amount. One way to do this would be to put my money in a bank account, but I’d ...
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Why does Apple issue new common stock every year (even though it has enough cash)?

Apple has so much cash. It really doesn’t have to raise additional capital yet every single year it issues new common stock. Why is that?
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U. S. Treasury Check signed “pay to the order of”

My son received several checks from the VA, he signed them pay to the order of me, his mother, where can I cash them? My Credit Union won't accept them.
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I borrowed in Ruble and should give back ruble but I use euro, when to change?

I borrowed equivalent of 71,490 Russian Rubles in 1000 euros, 4 months ago. I have to give this money back in 5 months. The exchange rate for Russian Ruble apparently is going down and now is around ...
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Is buying and selling stocks at the same price market manipulation?

At the end of the year, it might make sense to sell some stocks which currently are in the red to compensate gains made by other stocks for tax reasons. Usually, people only hold stocks if they are ...
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Doing side work no LLC - what to do on W9 form?

I am doing some work for on the side for my former employer. They pay me via an application called square that I use. Its the end of the year so I asked them for a 1099 / W2 and they sent me a W9 ...
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Washsale for daytrading

I have following scenario of washsale ? Can someone please help me if wash sale will apply to me in any case ? I knwo for three trades i made in Dec 2019 has wash sale but is covered with profit I ...
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Do employers receive any financial benefit from offering a RRSP/401K matching program? [duplicate]

I understand that companies that offer RRSP matching programs may be more attractive to work for/have better employee retention, and the employers may get warm fuzzies from offering it to their ...
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Does this scenario count as one day trade, or two?

I am currently investing with the Robinhood app and have been doing fairly well with day trades two to three days a week. However, I find myself in a new scenario this morning where I don't know if my ...
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Am i being scammed on eBay? [duplicate]

I am selling some Adidas sneakers on eBay because they’re a size too big. This will be my first time selling anything on eBay. The original price is $94 CAD and i’m selling them for $70 excluding ...
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Income Tax Paypal / Ebay sales (Australia) limits

Work were throwing away a bunch of boxes full of e-waste and I was able to take them for free. I have started selling the items on Ebay and getting paid through Paypal. I believe the max total ...
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Sister opted out of uni insurance in 2016, but wasn't refunded. Student union and insurers are blaming each other. Who's liable? [closed]

Sister graduated at a univ. in Ontario, Canada in 2016. She opted out of the student union's health insurance as my husband's covered her. She chased the student union for refunds in 2017 and 2018, ...
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Big payout from a bankrupt stock?

I had a small position in this Argentinian utility company (Metrogas, MGS) when it suddenly declared bankruptcy. That was about 10 years ago. I still had that position with a $0 value on my account ...
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Money Transfer with invalid IBAN

i made transfer with missing 1 number in IBAN so its invalid but the money never back into my account. In fact when my bank made correspondence, it is said that the money in credited to individual and ...
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irrevocable Trust - Who Pays The Taxes

Someone creates an irrevocable trust on behalf of someone. It is funded by a large amount of money that will be invested. The beneficiary will receive the profits/interest from the trust but not the ...

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