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What is the purpose of a ticker?
It helps identify the P/E ratio of a stock
It is the name of the stock that can be found on the stock exchange
It is used to help investors understand the volatility of the stock
It helps to identify the opening and closing prices of a stock
What does the term IPO mean?
Initial public offering
Investing principle offering
Investment paradigm operations
Initial principle offering
What does the term bull market suggest about stock prices?
That investors believe that the market will remain stagnant
That investors believe that market prices will increase
That investors believe that the market prices will decrease
That the a collection of bulls has been unleased on the market and investors should start running for their lives
What is a dividend?
A dividend is a sum of money that investors pay to the company to buy stocks
A dividend is the sum of money that companies pay to investors who buy their stock
A dividend is a principal payment that bonds used to pay investors
A dividend is a credit that investors use to buy on margin
Which of the following ideas are reasons why individuals should invest money into the stock market?
Purchasing power parity
It is an easy and safe way to make money
The stock market has historically increased throughout the last century
To counteract the rise of inflation
Which definition best explains the idea of a bond?
A business that lists its self on the stock exchange
A government/business who raises money by asking for loans from investors.
An investor who takes loans from a business and pays back in principle
A type of dividend that is paid to investors
What is the line called that shows the fluctuation of the stock prices throughout the day?
The line of resistance
The line of support
The trend line
The stock line
If you had a company that was selling for $30 per share and had a EPS (Earning per share) of $10, what would the PE Ratio be?
Is this company currently over-valued?
It is a fair evaluation
I don't know which one to pick
Is this company over-valued?
It is a fair evaluation
I am so confused
What is the major difference between a stock and a bond?
A bond is ownership in a company, but a stock is a loan
A bond can always be resold for its face value but a stock cannot
A stock is owenership in a company, but a bond is a loan.
A stock can always resold for its face value, but a bond cannot.
What happens when you purchase an ETF?
You buy a stocks in only small companies
You buy stocks in only large companies
You purchase only government bonds
Ownership of a portfolio of stocks/bonds
The oldest stock exchange in the U.S. is the...
New York Stock Exchange
American Stock Exchange
Chicago Board of Trade
Which statement about blue chip companies is correct?
They do not offer dividends
They often perfrom poorly compatred to other stocks
The stocks have proven to be consistently profitable
They often quickly grow but are followed by a steep decline
What does short selling mean?
When an individual buys stocks on borrowed money
When an investor quickly sells his shares when the price rises
A trading strategy used to proft from a steep decline in a stock price
Purchasing a stock that is in short supply
If you were given $1000.00 which stock would you buy right now?