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Why stocks go up (and down)
William H. Pike
|Statement||William H. Pike.|
|LC Classifications||HG4521 .P55 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 322 p. :|
|Number of Pages||322|
|LC Control Number||82071875|
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This book provides a sound understanding of the fundament /5. This book starts off by describing what a company is, how and why everything is accounted for - in simple and unassuming language.
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Why do Stock Prices go Up and Down. We'll give you the short answer first. Stocks go up because more people want to buy than sell. When this happens they begin to bid higher prices than the stock has been currently trading. On the other side of the same coin, stocks go down because more people want to sell than buy.
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Commonly misunderstood terms such as "capitalize," "equity," and "diluted earnings" are explained clearly/5(19). Why stocks go up and down: William Pike 4. One up on Wall Street: Peter Lynch 5. Beating the street: Peter Lynch 6. The Little book that builds wealth: Pat Dorsey 7.
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