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Stocks Basics: What Are Stocks? | Investopedia

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The Definition of a Stock Plain and simple, stock is a share in the ownership of a company. Stock represents a claim on the company's assets and earnings.
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Jonathan Ungerman's comment, March 28, 2014 7:36 AM
When you buy a stock, you are buying a share of a company. This gives you the access to the companies earnings and assets. The more shares you buy, the bigger portion of the company you own.
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When buying a stock you become a shareholder. This means you own a tiny piece of all the companies assets. When you buy a stock, you receive a stock certificate. You can than sell this stock certificate whenever you feel it is worth it. Now a days stock certificates and selling them are all virtual.
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Jonathan Ungerman's comment, March 25, 2014 9:24 AM
the price to earnings ratio shows the relationship between the current share price to the amount each share is earning. You can calculate the price to earnings ratio by taking the current share price divided by the earnings per each share. The ratio is most accurate when using the numbers recorded from the past four quarters. The ratio does not reliable to show if a stock is worth investing in or not, but shows whether a company is projected to have a higher earning growth than another company.
Jonathan Ungerman's comment, March 25, 2014 5:41 PM
The Price to sales ratio helps the investor no how much their paying for the amount of money in the return they are receiving. To find this ratio, divide the stock price by the sales for that year. Fast growing rates tend to have a higher pay off in the end.
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History of Anti-Money Laundering Laws

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Jonathan Ungerman's comment, February 18, 2014 9:37 AM
The Bank Secretary Act of 1970 states laws that help hinder the act of money laundering. The law enforces for record keeping of money by individuals, banks, or businesses. It helps find the source of the flow of money internationally and throughout the United States. Any transactions composed of more than $10,000 must be reported, while making a transaction, proper identification must be shown, and records must be kept.
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In 1986, the Money Laundering Control Act was put in place. This made the act of money laundering a federal crime. The process of layering money not acceptable. This was all suppose to be supervised by record keeping banks.
Jonathan Ungerman's comment, February 18, 2014 9:44 AM
The Money laundering and Financial Crimes Strategy Act was proposed in 1998. The acts main purpose was to make workers in the bank or treasury more aware of money laundering. They both went through trainings and strategies in order to stop the act of money laundering.
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About Business Crime Solutions - Money Laundering: A Three-Stage Process

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The first process is called the placement stage. The placement stage consists of putting the illegally earned money into the financial system. This is the most risky step, due to the amount of illegally earned cash being thrown into the system at once. The funds can be put into the financial system by saying it is earned business money, gambling money, and loan payments.

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Jonathan Ungerman's comment, February 17, 2014 9:44 AM
Structuring is used internationally. Electrically transferring funds from country to country makes the money untraceable. Dividing the money and putting them towards different investments around the world helps cut the money from its original source. The more you split up your money, the less likely you'll get caught.
Jonathan Ungerman's comment, February 18, 2014 9:17 AM
Integration is the final stage. This stage is where the money that has been laundered is ready to be used for any purpose. The money is layered through the different funds and now has been placed through the financial system which makes the money look like it has been legally earned
Jonathan Ungerman's comment, February 18, 2014 9:19 AM
There are still ways of tracing the money back to its source. The purpose of the launderer is to spend this money so it can not be traced back. Many like to spend their "dirty" money on luxury items.
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Stocks Basics: What Causes Stock Prices To Change? | Investopedia

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Stock prices change every day as a result of market forces. By this we mean that share prices change because of supply and demand.
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Jonathan Ungerman's comment, March 27, 2014 8:05 AM
The prices of stocks are constantly changing. each day a stock either lowers or rises. the prices of shares change due to the economic law of supply and demand. If a stock is wanted by many, the price will rise. If the stock is being sold by many, the value of each share decreases.
Jonathan Ungerman's comment, March 27, 2014 8:11 AM
Before investing, you want know the status of the company you are investing in. The fluctuating price of a stock depends on how much investors think a company is worth. market capitalization is the stock price multiplied the number of shares the company has. This lets investors know what the company is worth, not the stock price.
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The stock price is also based off of earnings. Without earnings no business can thrive. Wall street watches companies prices closely when they make their earnings public each quarter. If the companies earnings are good, the stock price will increase. If the Companies earnings are low, the stock price suffers.
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Tips for investing in stocks

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Jonathan Ungerman's comment, March 24, 2014 1:16 PM
There are a large variety of stocks. Many different types of companies are open to the public market. social networking companies to medical business offer stocks to the public.
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A stock-portfolio is comprised of the different companies you own shares in. It is strategic to own shares in different businesses. If a part of the economy suffers, you have different kinds of to thrive off of.
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A strategic way to ensure stock success is to buy stocks to hold over a long period of time. Constant trading requires constant knowledge of the stock market at all times. This is difficult to do if you live a busy life. Buying stock the you intend to keep for a long time gives the value of the stock to potentially grow over the years. It is also helpful because you do not worry about the sudden drop in stocks value over short periods of time.
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Jonathan Ungerman's comment, February 18, 2014 9:25 AM
Money Laundering is used by criminals in order to hide the true source of their net gain. Money laundering makes up a wide range of criminal activity. This criminal activity ultimately screws up the status of our financial system.
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About Business Crime Solutions - Money Laundering: A Three-Stage Process

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Money Laundering is completed by doing 3 different processes. These processes are illegal and help put "dirty" money to use in the financial system. Money laundering may have 3 steps but it is one development.

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