"Education" Category

Hype or Hush: The Pros and Cons of Going Public Part 3: Tick Size

Posted On June 24, 2015 | by Kristine Walczak

Today’s stock market is nearly transaction cost-free and overrun by trading schemes that can displace individual investors. While competition reduces trading costs for investors, it can have negative consequences for IPOs. Tick size, or the price increment […]

The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center recently announced that it will be deploying at least 2,000 Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablets throughout its system. According to an article by mobihealthnews.com, “Dr. Rasu Shrestha, Vice President of Medical […]

Although Forbes recently released an article inquiring about the future of NFC communication payments, the technology appears to be here to stay. New technology investment in near-field communication small stock caps companies, combined with upgrades in stock […]

Housing Prices Are Way Up, But Experts Disagree on Why

Posted On May 29, 2013 | by AllenCaron

What is driving the recent rapid rise in housing prices? And is this a sign of a sustained economic recovery? Those were among the questions during a segment covering U.S. housing on CNBC May 28 (http://www.cnbc.com/id/100769361). Home […]

Muddy Waters made headlines this month. Not the revered blues guitarist and singer, who died in 1983. We’re talking about Muddy Waters Research, a firm that apparently has “developed the knowledge and contacts to navigate China’s muddy waters,” […]


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