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Financial terms in "Fundamental Analysis"

1. economic surplus

2. Return On Investment

3. revenue per available room

4. nonledger asset

5. Asset

6. classified stock

7. earnings multiple

8. summary annual report

9. growth stock

10. variable-rate preferred stock

11. big bath

12. corporate governance

13. Operating Income

14. ex-dividend date

15. Depreciation

16. Share

17. stock option plan

18. EBIDTA

19. Blue Chip

20. EBIT margin

21. annual dividend

22. Chicago Board Options Exchange

23. forward dividend yield

24. option

25. Net Profit Margin

26. stranded asset

27. closed corporation

28. Capital gains distribution

29. Three-Phase DDM

30. asset financing

31. gross sales

32. consolidated financial statement

33. dividend tax credit

34. Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval

35. Common Stock

36. shares outstanding

37. buy and hold

38. Return On Assets

39. Form S-1

40. fixed asset

41. pre-tax profit margin

42. full stock

43. allowance for doubtful accounts

44. bond equity earnings yield ratio (BEER)

45. income

46. Valuation Reserve

47. unlevered free cash flow

48. Balance Sheet

49. Ticker Symbol

50. Initial Public Offering

51. adjustable rate preferred stock

52. Net worth

53. stock consolidation

54. Form 3

55. 52-week high

56. capitalization of income

57. Dilution

58. statement of condition

59. earnings before interest, depreciation, amortization and exploration (EBIDAX)

60. share repurchase plan

61. insider trading

62. Dividend

63. full disclosure

64. dilutive

65. look through

66. net book value

67. New York Stock Exchange

68. preference shares

69. purchase acquisition

70. short interest ratio

71. holding value

72. Reports and Records

73. unappropriated profit

74. Value stock

75. Sector

76. capital structure

77. net profit

78. demand rights

79. owner earnings run rate

80. DRIP

81. Net Asset Value

82. Discounted Cash Flow Analysis

83. SEC filing

84. net current assets

85. dividends payable

86. Proxy

87. dividend drag

88. Tax

89. basic earnings per share

90. earned surplus

91. price to cash flow ratio

92. first preferred stock

93. declared dividend

94. Income statement

95. Internal Rate of Return

96. Fundamental analysis

97. forward pricing

98. trailing P/E

99. Cyclical stock

100. accidental high yielder

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Circuit Breaker

Categories: Investing and Trading,

After the stock market crash of 1987, stock and commodities exchanges established a system of trigger-point rules known as circuit breakers. They temporarily restrict trading in stocks, stock options, and stock index futures when prices fall too far, too fast.Currently, trading on the new york stock exchange (NYSE) is halted when the dow jones industrial average (DJIA) drops 10% any time before 2:30 p.m., sooner if the drop is 20%. But trading could resume, depending on the time of day the loss occurs. However, if the DJIA drops 30% at any point in the day, trading ends for the day. The actual number of points the DJIA would need to drop to hit the trigger is set four times a year, at the end of each quarter, based on the average value of the DJIA in the previous month.The only time the circuit breakers have been triggered was on October 27, 1997, when the DJIA fell 554 points, or 7.2%, and the shut-down level was lower. In fact, the DJIA has dropped as much as 10% in a single day only three times in its history.

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