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What Are Dividends by Mario V. Farina
One of the rewards you receive when you invest in stocks are dividends. When a company reports a profit at the end of the year it may decide to declare a dividend. To declare a dividend means that the company states it will pay out a portion of its profit to stockholders. This book gives details as to what dividends are and on what basis they are paid.
The DVLA Needs you! by Tony Gubba III
I have worked in IT for a long time, in an assortment of various parts over an expansive cross area of advances and commercial ventures – from retail, pharmaceuticals, tech, government, IT counseling and recently as UK IT Director for Game Digital. This dexterous conveyance environment likewise incorporated a huge dedication program, wallet installment administrations, computerized code disseminat
What Is A Stock's Fundamental Worth? by Mario V. Farina
When you begin purchasing stock, you will want to know whether you're paying too much. This book addresses that problem. One point is important, you can't depend upon the use of logic. Stocks and the Stock Market live a life of their own. You'll find that the prices of stocks go up and and they go down. You need to learn to ignore these movements and stay with your plan.
What Does A Company Do With Earnings? by Mario V. Farina
Price: Free! Words: 1,010. Language: English. Published: June 12, 2016. Categories: Essay » Business
A company is in business to make money. If it reports a profit at the end of a year of business, it may need to decide what to do with the profit it made. It may retain all its earnings for the good of the company or it may distribute a share of its earnings in the form of dividends. This book describes the process of how a company decides what to do with earnings..
Asked And Bid Prices by Mario V. Farina
The Stock Market is an auction market. People attempt to match asked prices with bid prices. When the two prices match, a transaction occurs. This book discusses the type of bids and offers that can be made and the types of transactions that will be accepted. The terms, "Asked Price", "Bid Price", "At the Market Order", "Limit Order", and "Trade" are defined and discussed.
Three Important Verbs by Mario V. Farina
In order to speak English well, you need a thorough knowledge of how to use three important verbs, "to have", 'to do", and "to be". These verbs are discussed in this book. This book also defines the meaning of the word, infinitive.
The Stock/Ticker Symbol by Mario V. Farina
When preparing to purchase or sell stock, one of the facts you need to know is the Stock (also Ticker) Symbol of the stock you wish to purchase or sell. For example, if you wish to purchase stock of the General Mills Corporation, you need to know that the Stock Symbol of this stock is GIS. This book addresses the use of the Stock (also Ticker) Symbol.
Telling About The Past With The Present Tense by Mario V. Farina
Price: Free! Words: 440. Language: English. Published: June 11, 2016. Categories: Essay » Business, Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Accounting
A person can tell about something that happened in the past with the Past Tense, the Present Tense, and even with a mixture of the two tenses. There is nothing wrong with telling a story with one or more tenses. However, for those rare important occasions when the speaker needs to use the past tense only, he or she should know how to do it. This story deals with the latter issue.
The Rule of 72 by Mario V. Farina
As an investor, you will sometimes wonder how long it will take to double the value of an investment at a given interest rate. The Rule of 72 will give the answer quickly an without using a computer. The Rule of 72 is explained to you in this book.
What Is The Stock Market? by Mario V. Farina
The Stock Market is a place where an investor can purchase and/or sell stock. It is easy to use your computer to buy and sell. This book tell what the stock market is and how it works. There is much more that that this book does not get into at this time but it is something you need to know if you are planning to begin an investment plan with stocks.
He Don't And She Don't by Mario V. Farina
Many individuals use the word "don't" when the correct word to use should be "doesn't." Both words are correct in their place. This book makes the point that "don't" is OK with five of the six persons defined by English grammar but not with the Third Person Singular. Here, "doesn't" should be used. Read this book if you want details of this use and see the many examples.
We Was Going by Mario V. Farina
Some individuals use the words "go" and "goes" where they should be using "said". Some, use "was" to express past tense events. This book addresses these uses and presents examples showing correct uses.
What Are Stocks? by Mario V. Farina
Many individuals already own stock but may not know it. These would be in the form of Stock Funds in IRAs. Hear, I make it clear that people can buy individual stocks such as General Electric, Apple, Proctor and Gamble, Ford, etc. But before people buy individual stock they should understand what stocks are. Skip this book if you already know. Do read it if you don't know know but want to.
Money Makes Money The Power of Compounding by Mario V. Farina
Investing for the long term requires three important elements. First, selecting good stocks; second, holding for the long term and compounding the investment; and third, adding to your investment. This book defines compounding and tells why this technique is very important in a long-term investment.
OK OK OK You Know You Know You Know by Mario V. Farina
In order to learn to speak better, we need to improve the way we use grammatical rules. But not only that. We also need to avoid words and phrases that are embedded in our manner of speaking. I mean wordings like "You Know," "OK," "Do you know what I mean," and others. This book encourages you to listen to yourself as you speak, and eliminate any annoying speech idiosyncrasies you may have.
What Is Your Goal? by Mario V. Farina
I believe that In order for one to be successful in stock investing, he or she must come up with a plan, then follow it for the long term. In this book, I show three plans that one may select. These are for a goal of $100,000, for $250,000, and for $500,000. It these are not acceptable, the investor should create one that better suits his circumstances. Defining your goal is discussed in this b
Personal Pronouns by Mario V. Farina
People can make mistakes in using personal pronouns. Usually, there are no bad effects; however, when you are having an important conversation where you're making a request or telling about something that happened the effects could be life-changing. It behooves everyone to understand how pronouns I, you, he, she, it, we, they, me, him, her, us, and them should be used in important situations.
The Confusing Double Negative by Mario V. Farina
An individual may say or write something that is self-contradicting because it includes two negative thoughts. An example would be, "I didn't do nothing wrong." The words, "didn't" and "nothing" tend to reverse the sense of what the author means to say. Good speakers and writers don't double negatives. It's easy to avoid doing this. Find out how easy in this book.
How Can You Gain With Stocks by Mario V. Farina
When you own good stocks, you have two ways to gain. First, good stocks pay dividends four times a year. This is cash you can use to spend as you wish. or you can simply reinvest them to purchase more stocks. Second, good stocks appreciate in value. This means they grow in value. Stay with this series. The author will give advice on you can select good stocks for the long term.
What Catalyzes DNA Synthesis? by Bio Synthesis, Jr
In 1950s, When Francis Crick and James Watson deduced the structure of DNA, all they really did was open up questions of more value and understanding of DNA: how did such a simple molecule control heredity and guide the development and maintenance of nearly all life on Earth? The answer turned out to be baffling yet deceptively simple.