Category: Experienced Level Trading

 Depreciation and Amortization: What’s the difference?
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Depreciation and Amortization: What’s the Difference?

When a firm acquires assets, those assets usually come at a cost. As we know, most assets don’t last forever. Therefore, their cost needs to be proportionately expensed based on the time they are used.

Get to Know Dogecoin: What Is It and How It Works
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Dogecoin: What You Need to Know

Dogecoin (DOGE) is a cryptocurrency that started as a joke but is now one of the most popular cryptos. Software engineers Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer created the cryptocurrency in 2013. Remarkably, both of them

Elon Musk, Tesla, Bitcoin
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Elon Musk and His Opinion On Bitcoin: Why it Matters?

In mid-May 2021, Bitcoin experienced a free fall. The crypto king fell below $40,000 for the first time in more than three months. On a single day, it saw a 30% drop before rebounding. That’s

stock dilution
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Understanding Stock Dilution 

Some beginning or intermediate investors are often unaware of what stock dilution is. However, stock dilution can matter a lot. Stock dilution happens when a firm’s action raises the number of outstanding shares and decreases

exchange-traded fund
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What Is an Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF)?

An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is a fund that users can trade on an exchange like a stock. It implies they can be purchased and sold during the trading day (unlike mutual funds). ETFs, give you

Ebitda ratio
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What is a good EV to EBITDA ratio?

It is not a secret that enterprise value (EV) to the earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) ratio varies by industry. However, it is essential to note that the EV/EBITDA for the S&P 500

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Company’s market cap and its stock price

What is market capitalization? A company’s worth or its total market value is market capitalization or market cap. We can calculate it by multiplying the company’s stock price by the number of shares outstanding. As

How Much Leverage Should You Use?
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Leverage Ratios to Evaluate businesses

Investors in the oil and gas industry should observe the balance sheet’s debt levels. In such a capital-intensive industry, high debt levels can strain a company’s credit ratings. It would lessen its ability to buy