Chap005 - Chapter 5 The Stock Market Slides 5-1 5-2 5-3 5-4...

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Chapter 5 The Stock Market Slides 5-1 Fundamentals of Investments 5-2 The Stock Market 5-3 The Primary and Secondary Stock Markets 5-4 The Primary Market for Common Stock 5-5 IPO Tombstone 5-6 The Secondary Market for Common Stock, I. 5-7 The Secondary Market for Common Stock, II. 5-8 The New York Stock Exchange 5-9 NYSE Membership 5-10 Types of NYSE Members, I. 5-11 Types of NYSE Members, II. 5-12 NYSE-Listed Stocks 5-13 Operation of the New York Stock Exchange 5-14 NYSE Floor Activity 5-15 Stock Market Order Types 5-16 Nasdaq, I. 5-17 Nasdaq, II. 5-18 Nasdaq, III. 5-19 Nasdaq Participants 5-20 The Nasdaq System 5-21 NYSE and Nasdaq Competitors 5-22 Stock Market Information 5-23 The Dow Jones Industrial Average 5-24 The Dow Jones Industrial Average 5-25 Stock Market Indexes, I. 5-26 Stock Market Indexes, II. 5-27 Example I: $1,000,000 to Invest, Price-Weighted Portfolio 5-28 Example II: Changing the Divisor 5-29 Example III: $1,000,000 to Invest, Value-Weighted Portfolio 5-30 Example IV: Value-Weighted Index Movements. 5-31 The Day 3 index can be calculated in two ways: 5-32 Useful Internet Sites 5-33 Chapter Review, I. 5-34 Chapter Review, II. 5-35 Chapter Review, III.
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A-40 Chapter 5 Chapter Organization 5.1 The Primary and Secondary Stock Markets A. The Primary Market for Common Stock B. The Secondary Market for Common Stock C. Dealers and Brokers 5.2 The New York Stock Exchange A. NYSE Membership B. Types of Members C. NYSE-Listed Stocks 5.3 Operation of the New York Stock Exchange A. NYSE Floor Activity B. Special Order Types 5.4 Nasdaq A. Nasdaq Operations B. Nasdaq Participants 5.5 NYSE and Nasdaq Competitors 5.6 Stock Market Information A. The Dow Jones Industrial Average B. Stock Market Indexes C. More on Price-Weighted Indexes D. The Dow Jones Divisors E. More on Index Formation: Base-Year Values 5.7 Summary and Conclusions Selected Web Sites www.hoovers.com (reference for more on Initial Public Offerings, or IPOs) www.nyse.com (website for the New York Stock Exchange) www.nasdaq.com (website for the Nasdaq) www.island.com (reference for an electronic communication network) averages.dowjones.com (reference for more information on the DJIA) www.russell.com (reference for the Russell Indexes)
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The Stock Market A-41 Annotated Chapter Outline 5.1 The Primary and Secondary Stock Markets Primary market: The market in which new securities are originally sold to investors. Secondary market: The market in which previously issued securities trade among investors. In the primary market, companies issue new securities to raise money, whereas in the secondary market, investors buy and sell previously issued securities for speculation and investment. A.
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