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What Is The Russell 2000?

The Russell 2000 Index, created in 1984 by Frank Russell & Company, is a stock index of 2,000 small companies with capital. The Russell 500 is the S & P 500, which is a benchmark for portfolios with large caps. It consists of over 2,000 publicly traded companies representing a range of sizes from small

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brokers

What Is The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) ?

You must register with the SEC before you can sell securities offered in interstate trading by mail or over the Internet to investors. You must also register at least two years before the offering of securities to conduct your business. All securities offered for intergovernmental trading by mail and / or the Internet must be

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automated exchange

What Is NASDAQ?

As an automated exchange, NASDAQ is an electronic exchange that investors use to buy and sell shares and corporate shares. Depending on the context in which it is used, NASDAQ refers to two different concepts. In a broader sense, the word “NASDAQ” is also used for the stock market index, which tracks the performance of

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Brexit

What Is Brexit?

Brexit refers to the country’s exit from the European Union and is a fusion of the words Britain and exit. The term has been used since the proposal for Britain to leave the trading bloc was put forward by former Prime Minister David Cameron and former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in May 2016. For the

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BSE

What Is Penny Shares Investment?

Penny shares sound cheap, they are cheap and new investors are often willing to step in. Also referred to as micro-cap stocks, penny shares are described as shares of a company that is traded for a small amount. Many institutions consider a penny to be anything that is traded for less than $5 a share.

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Atlantic

What Is CETA?

This is a modern, progressive trade agreement that will strengthen Canada’s position as a world leader in free trade and economic development. CETA reflects the joint commitment of Canada and the EU to create economic growth and jobs through increased trade, investment and innovation on both sides of the Atlantic. It will forge closer links

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