Class 11 - Other stock Split-No change in $$ to the shareholder-No change in $$ to the company-Change in and price of shares-2/1 split o 100 shares

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3 Types of Companies Income, value, or growth - Value (undervalued) stock of a company o Trades at a lower price relative to its fundamentals Dividends, earnings, sales… So how can you evaluate a stock? - Price earnings ratio o Traditional/historical average What about risk/volatility? Beta 0____________ 1.0___________ 2.0 Less sensitive moves with the “market” More sensitive So where do I find stock info? - Stock pages in the newspaper - Web o Yahoo! Finance o Motley Fool o Stock rating companies Value line Morningstar Standard and Poors
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Unformatted text preview: Other: stock Split-No change in $$ to the shareholder-No change in $$ to the company-Change in ## and price of shares-2/1 split o 100 shares at $50 = $5,000 o 200 shares at $25 = $5,000 Other measures-Fundamental analysis o Based on company future earnings Other stock capitalization-Price of a stock # of share Other characteristics-Preferred stock o No voting rights o Receives fixed dividend o Fixed income option-Common stock o Voting rights o Receives variable dividends...
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course HDFS 238 taught by Professor Boyce during the Fall '10 term at Michigan State University.

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