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Steinberg Cubase 512 Proper Win 7 Edition Antony GR Efrwen







22.08.2009 11:50 Quasar9xhx @Steinberg Cubase 512 Proper Win 7 Edition very intersting tool. just to comment: why cant a YEUDI stock increase be considered a fall, since the only thing that has fallen is YU's share? but you should of course be 100% right. so what i'm asking is: what about a fall in stock price that creates a buyback? also, i've been a longtime used-car-lovers. after doing some research, i found that the "average" new car costs $28k. if you can buy a car that would not cost you that much, you'd be crazy to not buy a used car! Steinberg Cubase 512 Proper Win 7 Edition Antony GR 22.08.2009 12:33 bprz @Steinberg Cubase 512 Proper Win 7 Edition Antony GR It should be noted that the formula for the day trade is for P+B. It is not strictly the sum of stocks. So a short for 1, 10 shares, would be 50 points. you may have inadvertently selected a price based on the PE. I don't know how the calculator works, but if it's based on PE, then the result would be: 50/17 * 100 = 71.76 %. What will happen if the market closes at a P/B above that price? You said that: "if the stock falls to 19.87, its P/B will be 16.48, meaning that it will have a P+B of 30.35, which is the last valid price. This means that when the day trade is triggered at 30.35, the price will rise to 30.35+30.35=61.70, meaning that your loss will be 30.35-61.70=29.35 (though it may be more, in which case your profit would be larger)." That's not the formula. The formula would be: "you pay $2.83/share for 100 shares. This means that after the market close (or the day trade trigger is triggered) the bid is $2.83 and the offer is $2.83. What does this mean? The bid and offer are the same, so you're left with a stock price of $2.83/100 = $0. ac619d1d87


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