The opening price is the price from the first transaction of a business day. … During a regular trading day, the balance between supply and demand fluctuates as…

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Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are ideal for beginner investors because of their many benefits, such as low expense ratios, abundant liquidity, range of investment choices, diversification, low investment…

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Night trading is the after- or before-hours sale and purchase of stocks. Night trading was not legal until 1999, when the Securities and Exchange Commission legalized it. If…

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Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) take the benefits of mutual fund investing to the next level. ETFs can offer lower operating costs than traditional open-end funds, flexible trading, greater transparency,…

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Basic earnings per share (EPS) tells investors how much of a firm’s net income was allotted to each share of common stock. It is reported in a company’s…

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ETFs are subject to market fluctuation and the risks of their underlying investments. ETFs are subject to management fees and other expenses. Unlike mutual funds, ETF shares are…

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