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Following the trend of the Nasdaq, FB recently dipped by 5 percent, and NVDA and TSLA stocks dipped by about 20 percent. FB and NVDA have since bounced hard, while TSLA appears to have stalled. Why?

https://hubpages.com/money/Nvidia-And-Tesla-Tennis-Balls-And-Eggs

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Could this actually save lives and increase trading?

Though it has yet to be formally legislated into existence, speck does certainly currently exist. Speck represents equity ownership in public corporations with no revenues and is currently referred to as stock, though, as well shall see, it is really quite different.

https://hubpages.com/money/What-Is-Speck-The-Story-Of-The-Birth-Of-A-New-Financial-Instrument

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The market capitalization of a company is the sum of the value of all shares outstanding, or the total amount another company or individual would need to pay if they wanted to own it outright. Because of the effects larger purchasers of stock can have on its price, the amount an acquiring company might need to pay to actually buy all the outstanding stock is often higher; the "near-20 percent premium" Sycamore Partners, a private equity firm, is paying for shares of Staples, Inc. (Nasdaq: SPLS), as reported by CNBC, illustrates this phenomenon well.

https://hubpages.com/money/What-Does-Market-Capitalization-Mean-Formula-Calculation-Examples

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There are two terms used to describe a relatively common corporate action: the reverse split or stock consolidation. To understand what a consolidation is, investors are first tasked with the necessity of learning the answers to the questions "What is a stock?" and "What is a stock split?" as previously featured with ToughNickel and HubPages. A consolidation might be thought of as the opposite of a stock split.

https://hubpages.com/money/What-Is-A-Reverse-Split-Or-Stock-Consolidation

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How do stock splits work? Why do companies split their shares? Are splits good or bad? What is a split adjustment?

https://hubpages.com/money/What-Is-A-Stock-Split-Purpose-Effects-EPS-Calculation
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