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the selling of securities that have risen in price above costs; selling in order to realize a profit.
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Most of the crowd was enamoured with capital gains, believing in a constant churn of stocks and
by betting on the spread only depreciates the real value of a company and investments.
The only way they make a
over a government program is to cut services or increase revenue.
Investing is a responsibility,
is a privilege, and kids should be expected to set aside money for charity.
Last week, gold provided additional
opportunities as it reached a seven week high.
Investors turned to
yesterday, leaving stocks mixed after nearly two weeks of solid gains.
While the truth in lending legislation is a good start, further work is required to limit excess
by this industry.
In the short-run, all the grains seem overheated and are probably due for a
It was not clear how
would impact the overall cost effective calculations of the eight scenarios.
There was discussion about the inflated cost of purchasing environmental lands and the opportunity for
British Dictionary definitions for
selling commodities, securities, etc, at a profit after a rise in market values or before an expected fall in values
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