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5 Matching questions

  1. Shareholder / Stockholder
  2. Adam Smith
  3. Stock Exchange
  4. Commodity Money
  5. Socialism
  1. a People who buy stock
  2. b The father of economics
    He explained the ideas of capitalism/market economy
  3. c Takes ideas from communism and market economy and combines them.
    Socialism supports that central planning from the government is needed and in public ownership of business like in a communist society. Socialist governments are democratic like in a market economy.
  4. d A place where stocks and bonds (also called securities) are bought & sold.

    The New York Stock Exchange is the largest in the world.
  5. e The object used for money is valuable in itself

    Examples: Gold, Diamonds

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A certificate promising to repay borrowed money with interest
    -There are 2 types of bonds - corporate and municipal/government bonds
    *Bonds are a safer investment than stocks
  2. Also called capitalism
    Result of many people's buying and selling decisions. This type of economy is not run by anyone, it runs itself.
    People are free to buy and sell what they please
  3. Stocks that allow stocksholders to make company decisions
  4. The object used for money stands for something else that has value

    Examples: Checks
  5. Not true money! When you use a credit card, you are borrowing money from a company and will pay it back later

5 True/False questions

  1. ChecksShares of ownership in a corporation

          

  2. SpeculationAnother word for stocks and bonds

          

  3. Capital gainMoney made from selling stocks for more money than what you bought them for.

    This is one way stockholders earn money from investing in stocks

          

  4. Money must be DIVISIBLEMoney must last a long time

          

  5. StockA certificate promising to repay borrowed money with interest
    -There are 2 types of bonds - corporate and municipal/government bonds
    *Bonds are a safer investment than stocks

          

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