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NASDAQ is the largest electronically-based stock exchange in the United States. As of 2011, nearly 3,000 companies were listed with NASDAQ. An exchange is similar to an exclusive club. If a company fails to meet exchange requirements, that company is delisted from the exchange and its stock will beg
Exxon Mobil is a publicly traded company whose stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol XOM. The company was formed in 1999 with a merger of Exxon, formerly Standard Oil of New Jersey, and Mobil, formerly Standard Oil of New York. It is the largest petrochemical company
Stock investors have two ways to earn money from stock investments. Profits or capital gains result from stock price increases. Investors can also receive dividends from the stocks they own. Not all stocks pay dividends, but for those that do, the dividend payments can be a substantial portion of th
Before you advertise your car for sale, have your paperwork ready. This way, you can sell your vehicle quickly. State rules, requirements and forms differ; you may find yourself waiting weeks to replace a title if you don't have one. Additionally, you may have to obtain state-specific forms, dependi
Investing is helpful in saving for retirement or college education. However, investing is very risky, and, according to allbusiness.com, nearly 90 percent of traders lose money. Investing in companies which you are acquainted with is best because you are able to know your risks better than investing
Why do some people make huge fortunes with stocks while many others lose everything they have? The trick to finding hot stock picks is more then just a one stop solution, it is a long process but a simple one once you understand how it works.
Founded in 1962, Walmart has more than 8,150 retail stores in 15 countries as of November 2009, according to the official Walmart website. A company that boasts $401 billion in sales for the fiscal year of 2009, Walmart is a company that offers prosperous stock and investment opportunities for indi
Many people track the status of the area of the stock market that is known as commodity trading.This area consists of many of the staples of life both in the United States and around the world.It is a good indicator of how the stock market as a whole is doing and will help you to better decide when
Having tested a number of these newsletters over the years myself, I have found a few tips come in considerable help at differentiating the worthy from the bad. This is my guide so that non-investors can easily pick out the best investment newsletters for realizing your financial independence.
Annuities are a blend of an insurance product and an investment product. Though annuities have many attractive qualities, many also have hefty fees that reduce the benefit of ownership. For investors interested in buying an annuity, they should learn what to look for to assure that what they are buy
In these times of economic uncertainty many people are concerned about paying for their retirement. Pensions and Social Security are becoming less of a certainty. Most of the burden is being shifted to the individual in the form of Individual Retirement Accounts and 401k plans. As daunting as the pr
Supporting the popular catch praise, We love to make you smile, investors of McDonalds (MCD) may have different reactions to the drop that I foresee for this equity. With added competitors such as Jack in the Box, Burger King, and a broader enemy in the new fashion of going on diets, McDonalds slowl
The New York Stock Exchange differs from other exchanges. Its so called open outcry system is an auction market where the specialist matches buy and sell orders at the best possible price. It's often said that the auction system is not efficient compared to the fully automated exchanges like th
Short-selling is a risky game for profitting from a stock's decline.stock market analysis screenshot image by .shock from Fotolia.comThe game of short-selling stocks can be lucrative. Short selling is the common practice of selling stock you do not own and buying it back later. It is...