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Let's start by saying that there are no hidden orders or inside quotes and that the order book is as you displayed it. If a quote is taken out via execution, price moves to the next best price in the order book. If you place a market order to buy 1,000 shares, you'll get filled with 500 at $1.00 and 500 at $1.01 as you specified. If it's a limit order ...


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Several issues here. Firstly, you must include (past and future) dividends. If you include them, and compare the yields of European stocks to nonexistent interest on European bonds, you will see it generally doesn't make sense to invest in European bonds but makes a lot of sense to invest into European stocks. The index you was looking at probably is a ...


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$10k with your expenses (1,400) is 7 months... enough savings for a software engineer - because that's a transferable skill. If your take home pay (after taxes and expenses) is 3,600 and your expenses are $1,400 you have $2,200/month extra. Give some money to a good cause monthly. Contribute 15% to your retirement (use a 401k up to the match, the rest ...


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According to the "standard recommendation" on this site, it is best to remove all debt ASAP. If I didn't miscalculate, you have $2000 left each month. That's quite a lot. That means that even without touching your savings, your student loan can be paid off in about 7 months. After that, you will have $2350 per month left, which you can more or less invest ...


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Thanks to @SSpring in comments adr.com, which is owned by Morgan Stanley so relatively reputable, states that the multiplier is 5: Ratio (DR/underlying)1 : 5 this means the ratio of the DR (depositary receipt) to the underlying (the Indian Tata Motors shares) is 1:5. This fits with your analysis since 5 * $2.5 is approximately $12. The "approximately" is ...


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