With the stock-trading paradigm supposedly having shifted because of the novel coronavirus, fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV) specialist Plug Power (NASDAQ:PLUG)  looks awfully enticing. From its peak 2021 closing price of $73.18, PLUG stock is now down more than 60%. Of course, in this day and age of social media, such a decline represents about as
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A trading model is a clearly defined, step-by-step rule-based structure for governing trading activities. In this article, we introduce the basic concept of trading models, explain their benefits, and provide instructions on how to build your own trading model. The Benefits of Building a Trading Model Using a rule-based trading model offers many benefits:  Models
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Did you know that you’re supposed to calculate your income taxes two different ways? First, you figure your tax liability under the regular tax system, which factors in preferential treatment of some income and allows tax credits for certain types of expenses. Then you calculate your taxes using the rules for the alternative minimum tax
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The price-to-book (P/B) ratio is an evaluation metric that is used to compare the current market price of a company’s stock to its book value. The P/B ratio is favored by value investors for its usefulness in identifying undervalued companies. The average P/B ratio for banking firms, as of the first quarter of 2021, is approximately 1.28.
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The concept of liquidity has many facets, and they influence the price of Bitcoin. One way of defining liquidity is the ability of an asset to be converted to cash on demand. Another view is that liquidity is determined by the bid-ask spread, and an investment with a lower bid-ask spread has higher liquidity. Liquidity
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Who Enforces GAAP? Responsibility for enforcement and shaping of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) falls to two organizations: The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The SEC has the authority under securities law to both set and enforce accounting standards, while the FASB, an independent non-governmental body tasked by the
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Elon, are you listening? Because Lucid Motors, currently known as Churchill Capital Corp IV (NYSE:CCIV), just opened fire. Lucid’s CEO Peter Rawlinson delivered a finely honed message during yesterday’s investor call: the EV newcomer is about to challenge Tesla’s (NASDAQ:TSLA) dominance in electric vehicles. And, you remember that exorbitantly rich valuation for CCIV stock I’ve
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Airbnb (NASDAQ:ABNB) has been a volatile stock since its initial public offering (IPO). Since going public in December 2020, ABNB stock has soared over $219 per share. But the stock has come down considerably since then. At the time of this writing, shares of Airbnb are trading hands for around $150. This is essentially right at
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Vaxart (NASDAQ:VXRT) has been one of the most volatile names in the biotech sector in the last 12 months. One reason is that it’s still trying to participate in the Covid-19 vaccine race. Another is that VXRT stock has been adopted by the Reddit crowd.   Source: Photo courtesy of Vaxart, Inc. However, with the stock
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Airlines were some of the hardest-hit companies during the pandemic, and that was reflected in tanking stocks. American Airlines (NASDAQ:AAL) may be the world’s largest airline, but it was no exception. In just over one month starting last February, AAL stock dropped 65%. With the pandemic effectively grounding flights, shares remained at depressed levels through
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In today’s episode of let’s talk stocks, we are going to take a look at the basics behind calendar spreads. I going to show you how they work, as well as how you can make money and profit from them in the market place. #calendarspreads #optionstrategy #thetadecay #marketplace #tradingcalendar Posted at: https://tradersfly.com/blog/options-calendar-spread-ep-209/ ???? GET MY
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The double bottom reversal pattern is similar to the double top reversal pattern, but it goes in the opposite direction. What Is the Double Bottom Reversal Pattern? -It’s a reversal pattern or bullish pattern -Begins with a downward pattern and typically ends with an upward pattern -There can be double tops or triple tops between
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