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  • ANF AA B CBC ARO AA B CBC APPL AA B CBC TA B CTA B C ADBE AA B CBC MO AA B CBC BRK/A AA B CBC HRB AA B CBC BA AA B CBC BKE AA B CBC BNI AA B CBC CAB AA B CBC CA B CCA B C KO AA B CBC CAG AA B CBC COST AA B CBC DE AA B CBC DIS AA B CBC DRBN AA B CBC DOW AA B CBC XOM AA B CBC FDX AA B CBC FA B CFA B C GE AA B CBC GOOG AA B CBC HOG AA B CBC HSY AA B CBC HPQ AA B CBC INTC AA B CBC IBM AA B CBC JPM AA B CBC JNJ AA B CBC KA B CKA B C KMB AA B CBC KMP AA B CBC KFT AA B CBC LVLT AA B CBC MCD AA B CBC MRK AA B CBC NKE AA B CBC PEP AA B CBC PETM AA B CBC PFE AA B CBC PG AA B CBC QA B CQA B C SCHW AA B CBC TGT AA B CBC MMM AA B CBC TWX AA B CBC TM AA B CBC SBUX AA B CBC SNE AA B CBC UA AA B CBC UNP AA B CBC USB AA B CBC VLO AA B CBC VZ AA B CBC VA B CVA B C WMT AA B CBC WFC AA B CBC WU AA B CBC WHR AA B CBC WIN AA B CBC YHOO AA B CBC Created by Jamie Taylor, Thedford, NE
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  • 1A The type of income you receive from employment is called ____________ income earned
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  • 1B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 1C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 2A ____________ is ownership in a corporation stock
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  • 2B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 2C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 3A This is income from sources other than employment; like investments, interest on savings, a gift (ect) Unearned income
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  • 3B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 3C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 4A When you purchase a _______ you are lending money to an organization (business or government) bond
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  • 4B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 4C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 5A A ________ is money or a debt that you owe someone else liability
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  • 5B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 5C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 6A This is any item you own that is of economic value to you asset
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  • 6B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 6C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 7A Shares of a company that do not guarantee a dividend and have more risk and volatility than preferred shares are ________ _________ Common stock
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  • 7B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 7C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 8A This is a type of business owned by stockholders and has rights and responsibilities as if it were a person corporation
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  • 8B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 8C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 9A ______________ are part of a companys profits (earnings) that it pays as money to stockholders Dividends
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  • 9B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 9C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 10A This is someone who risks funds by purchasing financial products with the hope investments will increase in value over time An investor
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  • 10B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 10C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 11A This is the first sale of stock to the public by investment bankers IPO Initial Public Offering
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  • 11B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 11C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 12A These are shares of ownership of a company in which the share holder is guaranteed a dividend, but have no voting rights Preferred Stock
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  • 12B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 12C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 13A This is a company owned by a person, family, or small group of investors that does not sell shares of stock in the company Private Company
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  • 13B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 13C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 14A This is a company that is owned by investors who buy shares of stock Public company
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  • 14B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 14C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 15A ________ is the chance of losing all or part of an investment Risk
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  • 15B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 15C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 16A A _________ __________ is a place where shares of publicly held companies are bought and sold Stock exchange
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  • 16B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 16C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 17A _____________ indicates how much and how quickly the value of an investment, market or market sector changes Volatility
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  • 17B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 17C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 18A This stock is from companies who have a consistent record of relatively rapid growth and earnings in all economic conditions Growth stocks
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  • 18B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 18C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 19A These stocks pay higher than average dividends Income stocks
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  • 19B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 19C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 20A Stocks from companies which have a low market price considering historical earnings records and value of assets Value stocks
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  • 20B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 20C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 21A These stocks are influenced by changes in the economic business cycle Cyclical stocks
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  • 21B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 21C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 22A These stocks are not influenced by changes in the economic business cycle (and give good returns in down times) Countercyclical stock
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  • 22B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 22C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 23A Stocks from companies with potential for substantial earnings Speculative Stocks
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  • 23B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 23C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 24A Stocks from nationally recognized companies with long records of profit, dividend payments & good reputation for management Blue-chip stocks
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  • 24B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 24C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 25A The net worth of a company Book Value
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  • 25B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 25C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 26A How much income a company has available to pay in dividends and reinvest as retained earnings on a per share basis Earnings per share
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  • 26B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 26C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 27A The relationship between the price of one share of stock and the annual earnings of the company Price/Earnings Ratio
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  • 27B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 27C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 28A _________ measures a stocks volatility compared to overall changes in the stock market Beta
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  • 28B Type question here Type answer here
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  • 28C Type question here Type answer here
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  • 29A A collection of investments Portfolio
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  • 29B Type question h

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