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How can I see a stock's key events in a Google query?

It shows by default under Google Finance. Did you select a time period greater than 6 month?
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Is NetPPE and Net Fixed Assets the same thing?

If you don't see Net Fixed Assets in the 10-K, you will have to use the components of Net Fixed Assets to see which ones match up with the accounts on this company's balance sheet. The word 'Net' ...
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Could employees of s&p 500 companies elect employee friendly board members

It would require that the employees collectively held a significant proportion of the issued shares. I am a shareholder in my employer, as are many of the other employees, through a company share save ...
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Could employees of s&p 500 companies elect employee friendly board members

But if you were to aggregate enough employees to give their vote to a specific proxy could they select an employee friendly board member? Of course. If they end up with enough votes to nominate and ...
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What happens when a public company fails to file their quarterly earnings reports?

Failure to file a 10-Q report is not a serious violation of SEC regulations. Companies can fail to file these reports for a wide variety of reasons, and not all of them are within the company's ...
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How can I dispose of Lukoil shares legally?

The Office of Foreign Assets Control provides instructions on how to navigate transactions involving sanctioned entities, and their instructions boil down to "you need to get our permission."...
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What is a "trade bust" and how does it happen?

I had a busted trade just this week. I had an ES put that went from $6 to $20+. I placed a market protect order and the order executed at $3. Here's what interactive brokers said that exchanges accept ...
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Wash Sale Rule on a new repurchase and sale of the same stock

Please advise what is the best practice going forward to be able to use those $2000 in losses when filing my taxes. You won't be able to claim it on your 2023 taxes. If you sell the remaining shares ...
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Reason for stock not selling at current price

Remember that "current price" just means the last price where a seller and buyer met. It does not mean anyone else agrees with that price; the next trade could be quite different. Especially ...
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Reason for stock not selling at current price

Expert Market of OTC Markets is the riskiest type of penny stock/ OTC stock. According to Wikipedia, Expert Market: includes defunct companies that have ceased operations as well as "dark" ...
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Is betting on "isolated margin" just crazy fun or financial folly

It's also worth noting that a stop-loss order means you are sacrificing the possibility that the price might recover; you must sacrifice potential gains when you attempt to limit losses. The market ...
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What does the value in SEC FORM 13F mean?

Column 4 is the fair market value. References from the Form 13F instructions: Special Instruction 8: In determining fair market value, use the value at the close of trading on the last trading day ...
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Is betting on "isolated margin" just crazy fun or financial folly

You are almost certainly misunderstanding what will happen. There is not a single 'price' where you can buy and sell for the same amount. There are individual orders out there at various prices for ...
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Is betting on "isolated margin" just crazy fun or financial folly

In the NYSE, the smallest unit of share price is one eighth of a cent, so I would assume that for European exchanges, it's either the same, or 0.01 EUR, or 0.001 EUR. So a price of 9.999 EUR would ...
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Is betting on "isolated margin" just crazy fun or financial folly

While stock prices are often portrayed as going up and down in some smooth process, it's important to understand that they really represent a sequence of not-necessarily-contiguous snapshots. Suppose, ...
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Is betting on "isolated margin" just crazy fun or financial folly

Stop Loss is Not Magic If your broker could force someone to buy your rapidly declining shares at a particular price, they would not be a broker, they would be the richest person on the planet. In a ...
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Is betting on "isolated margin" just crazy fun or financial folly

As the other answer explains, if you have a leverage of 10'000x, it can go up that much, gaining you almost 1000 EURs, but it can also down that much, and then you thus are in debt with the broker. An ...
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Is betting on "isolated margin" just crazy fun or financial folly

Let's simplify your financial product a bit. It's now a coin toss. If it comes head, you win 10.000€. If it comes up tails you lose 1€. Chance is 50/50. To turn a profit, the issuer needs to price ...
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Is betting on "isolated margin" just crazy fun or financial folly

What you are overlooking is that your losses are quite certainly not capped at your initial investment. So if the price falls by 1%, you now owe your broker 990€. Simply putting in a sell order at 9....
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Can I use losses to raise my tax basis?

(Assuming US law based on the use of $) You're describing Tax Gain Harvesting. There is no wash rule in the US for gains, only losses. It's perfectly acceptable to realize gains and repurchase in ...
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Question about stock volume and stock price

On 12/20/23, they priced 83,333,333 shares of common stock at $1.50 per share. I suspect that this secondary offering may have been part of the volume spike to 125 million. Whenever a trade occurs, ...
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Question about stock volume and stock price

The difference between the closing price and the next day's opening price is made up of two factors: any overnight or out of hours trading trading during the opening auction which sets the opening ...
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Question about stock volume and stock price

It's not that simple. People sell when they think they have a better use for the money. That can be because they are concerned about this stock, enthusiastic about another, nervous about the market (...
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Buying REITS in your Healthcare HSA?

Specific investing advice is off-topic, so we can't say whether it's a "good" strategy, but I'll point out a few objective facts: Dividends are not "growth" since the value of a ...
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Why do charitable donations of ESPP shares need to first be held long term for US tax purposes?

So is the situation really different for ESPP, and if so, why? If you haven't held through the required period for it to count cap gains, you're donating your salary and the rules are different. For ...
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Is this a good stock option offer?

I second everything @keshlam wrote. But I find the number of shares odd and something to keep an eye on. I'll spitball some numbers here... You say the company did a Series A round at a $25 million ...
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Is this a good stock option offer?

Note that the impressive number of shares you're being offered an option on may be far less impressive when you ask how many shares will be issued. If it's a million shares you're being offered an ...
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