Why growth stocks plunge, part one

Why growth stocks plunge, part one. It has only been more than three months since most U.S. growth stocks reached their all-time highs in October last year to January 2022. During this period, the three major U.S. stock market indexes ended at 1/27, from the highest point in history; the Dow Jones fell 8%, the S&P 500 fell 11%, and the Nasdaq, which represents growth stocks and technology stocks fell 17%,

The valuation influence of stock liquidity and stock split on listed companies

The valuation influence of stock liquidity and stock split on listed companies. For a long time, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire company stock has been poorly rated (I didn’t write it wrong, no one should be surprised). One of the main reasons is the poor liquidity in the market, that is, very few people trade the stock.

Unbelievable brokage zero fees, How could this happen?

Why can US brokerages have zero fees? Order flow payment (Payment for order flow: PFOF) involves retail brokerage brokers, such as Robin Hood (ticker: HOOD) and TD Ameritrade (has been acquired by Charles Schwab, ticker: SCHW) to sell their customers’ market orders to third parties

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