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It's no secret that the United States is the wealthiest country in the world, with a GDP vastly exceeding most countries and well ahead of China, the second largest GDP in the world. The United States is a key financial center, is bestowed with considerable mineral and energy resources, features…
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The number of investors that have been drawn to trading stocks online in recent years has risen significantly, and investors that rely on full service brokers have been on the decline. Online stock trading provides self-directed investors the ability to trade stocks for just a fraction of the cost of…
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Wall Street is generally the term used to describe both the physical location of the financial district in New York City, where investors and financial professional gather to trade securities like stocks, bonds, and other assets, and more widely used today to describe the U.S. financial system as a whole,…
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A stock market bubble is part of the economic cycle during which securities and other assets trade at prices that are artificially high. When prices rise too much, forming a stock market bubble, a correction often occurs as the bubble pops, resulting in a stock market crash. When this happens, bullish…
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The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is an industry-formed self-regulatory organization (SRO) of financial professionals, in particular brokerage firms and others who deal in the sale of financial securities. The bulk of FINRA’s oversight responsibilities are focused on the over 4,000 member brokerage firms. By law, securities dealers must be a…
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The U.S. Department of the Treasury is the department of the United States government responsible for national expenditures, debt, and revenue. The U.S. Treasury was established in 1789 as an office for the management of government funds and revenue. It is headed by the Secretary of the Treasury, an appointed…
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The Securities Investor Protection Corporation, or SIPC, is a federally-mandated financial regulation agency tasked with providing investor protection and indemnification in the event that broker-dealers, which handle their assets fail. The SIPC was created by a Congressional financial regulation act in 1970 and operates under the auspices of this investor…
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The Securities and Exchange Commission is a government regulatory agency created to protect investors through monitoring the stock markets and other securities industries such as options trading . The SEC helps protect investors through requiring public companies to adhere to transparency and public disclosure standards, and designed to prevent fraudulent…
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In stock trading or investing, the bid is the offer a buyer makes to a seller of shares of stocks or other investments. A bid includes the maximum price per share (bid price) an investor or trader is willing to pay and the amount of shares (bid size) that they…
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