Finance Chapter 12: Investing in Stocks.
BHS Tuttle 2012 -2013
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The owners of the corporation.
The part of the corporation's profits paid to stockholders.
The increase in value of the stock above the price initially paid for it.
A type of stock that pays a variable dividend and gives the holder voting rights.
A stockholders written authorization to transfer his/her voting rights to someone else.
A type of stock that pays a fixed dividend and carries no voting rights.
A type of stock that as a consistant hostory of paying high dividends.
Sotcks in corporations that reinvest their profits into the business.
Blue Chip Stocks
Stocks of large, well-established corporations with a solid record of profitability.
An assigned dollar value.
the price for which the stock is bought and sold in the marketplace.
Earnings Per Share
A corporation's after-tax earnings divided by the number of common stock shares outstanding.
A prolonged period of rising stock prices and a general feeling of investor optimism.
A prolonged period of falling stock prices and a general feeling of investor pessimism.
The use of borrowed money to buy securities.
Selling stock borrowed from a broker that must be replaced at a later time.
An increase in the number of outstanding shares of a company's stock.
Investing money directly into buy stocks.
Using dividends previously earned on the stock to buy more shares.
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