Share Market Terminology: Part 1

…rge run up in share price. Momentum investing would suggest that such a trend would continue regardless of the stock split. In any case, stock splits do increase the liquidity of a stock; there are more buyers and sellers for 10 shares at $10 than 1 share at $100. Some companies have the opposite strategy: by refusing to split the stock and keeping the price high, they reduce trading volume and volatility. Berkshire Hathaway is a notable example…

I Want to Restart Blogging

I Want to Restart Blogging

…n see the peak in March, 2014. It was the golden period. The best ever pageview of 127,173 views was on March 04, 2014. Almost same sort of story is with this blog, Rukhaiyar’s Corner. It got its best ever pageviews on Jan 19, 2014 with 58,350 views. Now, the average view is 300-400 per day. There was a time in Sep 2013 when I was telling my friends that I dream of earning someday USD 100 a day from Google Adsense. I was targeting it by…

Share Market Terminology: Part 2

…xchange’s official stance is that the acronym is obsolete. It is the largest electronic screen-based equity securities trading market in the United States and fourth largest by market capitalization in the world. As of January 13, 2011, there are 2,872 listings. The NASDAQ has more trading volume than any other electronic stock exchange in the world. NASDAQ has three indices; NASDAQ Composite, NASDAQ-100 and NASDAQ Biotechnology Index. Its…