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An investor sells a stock short for $36 a share. A year later the investor cover the position at $30 a share. If the margin requirement is 60% what is the oercentage return earned on the investment? now assume the

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  1. economics

    An investor sells a stock short for $36 a share. A year later the investor cover the position at $30 a share. If the margin requirement is 60% what is the oercentage return earned on the investment? now assume the price is at $42 when the investor closes
  2. Finance

    Question 2. 2. If an investor purchases a share of stock for $300, collects a dividend during the year equal to $35 a share, and sells the stock at the end of the year for $289, what is the investor’s return for the year? (Points : 1) 12.11% 8.30% 8.00%
  3. Anonymous

    9. What will be the investor’s return if a stock rises by 7% if purchased on 50% margin? 10. What will be the investor’s return if a stock falls by 9% if purchased on 60% margin? 11. What is the investor’s profit on a short sale at $45 if covered at
  4. Stocks

    An investor purchased 700 shares of stock at $54.03 per share. She later sold them for $53.62. The broker's commission was 3% of the purchase price and 1% of the selling price. What is the amount the investor lost on the stock?
  5. finance

    An investor is thinking about buying some shares of Computer Engines, Inc., at $60 a share. She expects the price of the stock to raise to $100 a share over the next 3 years. During that time, she also expects to receive annual dividends of $3 per share.
  6. College-Business Investments

    An investor bought 100 shares of Copier Corp. for $65 a share. The firm paid an annual dividend of $2 a share. Commissions were $75 to purchase and $75 to sell. The price of the stock rose to $100 and the investor sold. What is the percentage earned on the
  7. finance

    cpu company currently pays a divdend of $2.50. dividends are expected to increase at the rate of $.25 per share for the next several years. determine the current rate of CPU's common stock to an investor who expects to be able to sell the stock for $35 per
  8. Accounting

    Can someone please tell me how to set this up? I tried doing (45+1.50 - 47) x 150 but I don't think this is right. thank you An investor in a Corporation. On January 1, Year One, purchased 150 shares of the corporation’s capital stock at a price of $45
  9. Math

    Question An investor puts $15,000 into each of four stocks, labeled A, B, C, and D. The table shown below contains the means and standard deviations of the annual returns of these four stocks. Stock Mean Annual Return Standard Deviation of Annual Return A
  10. Stock question

    I have to write about the positive effects of an investor buying stocks of a company but I would like to know about the negative affects so I could add them to my essay but I cant really understand how it could be bad for an investor to buy a stock of a
  11. Math

    A stock investor has $150,000 to invest in two stocks. APC Inc. sells for $39.80 per share and Unified Laboratories (UL) sells for $49.70 per share. Write an inequality that restricts an investment of x shares of APC, Inc. and y shares of UL.
  12. Algebra 1

    A stock investor has $150,000 to invest in two stocks. APC, Inc. sells for $39.80 per share and Unified Laboratories (UL)sells for $49.70 per share. Write an inequality that restricts an investment of x shares of APC, Inc. and y shares of UL
  13. accounts

    A prospective investor has hired you to develop a worksheet that will compute the book value per share on each class of stock of various companies. Your worksheet should include a Data Section. One of the companies the investor is currently interested in
  14. math

    An investor purchases 75 shares at 37.90 a share, holds the stock for 150 days, and then sells the stock for 41.20 a share. Find the annual interest rate earned. principal under 3000 3000-10,000 over 10,000 commission 32+1.8% of principal 56+1% of
  15. economics

    A speculator sells a stock short for $50 a share. The company pays a $2 annual cash dividend. After a year has passed the seller cover a short position of $42. What is the percentage return on the position (excluding the impact of any interest expense and
  16. Finance

    Th e Seneca Maintenance Company currently (that is, as of year 0) pays a common stock dividend of $1.50 per share. Dividends are expected to grow at a rate of 11 percent per year for the next four years and then to continue growing thereaft er at a rate of
  17. Finance

    The Seneca Maintenance Company currently (that is, as of year 0) pays a common stock dividend of $1.50 per share. Dividends are expected to grow at a rate of 11 percent per year for the next 4 years and then to continue growing thereafter at a rate of 5
  18. Finance

    An investor buys 100 shares of a $40 stock that pays an annual cash dividend of $2 a share (a 5 percent dividend yield) and signs up for the dividend reinvestment plan. A. If neither the dividend nor the price changes, how many shares will the investor
  19. homework

    Ms. Brown estimates the following cash flow for the first five years of operations, with cash flow leveling off in year 5. Year Cash flow Year 1 $695,000 Year 2= 876,250 Year 3= 1,057,500 Year 4= 1,238,750 Year 5= 1, 420,000 Calculate the IRR and NPV of
  20. Finance

    Cascade Mining Company expects its earnings and dividends to increase by 7 percent per year over the next six years and then to remain relatively constant thereaft er. Th e fi rm currently (that is, as of year 0) pays a dividend of $5 per share. Determine
  21. accounting

    4. Suppose a Midwest telephone company and telegraph MTT company bond maturing in one year can be purchased today for $975 assuming that that the bond is held until maturity the investor will receive $1000 principal plus 6 percent interest that is 0.06x $
  22. Finance

    Year Cash Flow 1 $695,000 2 876,250 3 1,057,500 4 1,238,750 5 1,420,000 1. Calculate the IRR and NPV of this project utilizing a 12% discount rate and a 15% cap rate. Ms. Brown was able to secure a loan for $1,540,000, and an equity investor agreed to
  23. math

    An investor estimates that next year’s sales for New World Products should amount to about $75 million. The company has 2.5 million shares outstanding, gener- ates a net profit margin of about 5% , and has a payout ratio of 50% . All figures are expected
  24. finance

    An investor estimates that next year’s sales for New World Products should amount to about $75 million. The company has 2.5 million shares outstanding, gener- ates a net profit margin of about 5% , and has a payout ratio of 50% . All figures are expected
  25. Finance/Math

    PLease help, I have a business finance class I am really ineed of help. I do not understand this at all. I have gone over and over the instructions and I am still getting it wrong. Please help. Year Cash Flow 1 $695,000 2 876,250 3 1,057,500 4 1,238,750 5
  26. Finance

    "An investor is proposing to buy shares in XYZ company. XYZ company is expected to an annual dividend of $2.50 per share. The current share price is $50.00. If the investor requires an annual rate of return of10%, what must the share price be in 1 yr?.
  27. Finance

    Sports Novelties, Inc., has experienced an explosion in demand for its feathered football novelties. The firm currently (time 0) pays a dividend of $0.25 per share. This dividend is expected to increase to $0.75 per share 1 year from now. It is expected to
  28. Business Math

    a) A company issued 150,000 shares to three investors in the ratio of 2:3:5. How many shares does each investor own? b) If the company declares a dividend of 35 cents per share, how much (in N$) will each investor receive?
  29. Finance

    Royal Cup’s last dividend was $ 1.00 per share and dividends are expected to grow at a rate of 6%. What is the current value of a share of this stock to an investor who requires a 10 percent rate of return?
  30. Finance

    Simtek currently pays a $2.50 dividend (D0) per share. Next year’s dividend is expected to be $3 per share. Aft er next year, dividends are expected to increase at a 9 percent annual rate for three years and a 6 percent annual rate thereaft er. a. What
  31. confused

    Ok. when it comes to writing expression I get all confused can some help with this problem.....please Suppose an investor has increased your budget by $22,250. The investor does not need to be repaid. Rather, he becomes part owner of your business. Will
  32. Finance

    Preferred stock question. I need help with part b. A share of preferred stock of MXT Ltd. is expected to pay $1.5 per quarter into indefinite future. The current annual expected rate of return (k) is 12%. Suppose that an investor buys 10 shares today and
  33. Finance

    Preferred stock question. I need help with part b. A share of preferred stock of MXT Ltd. is expected to pay $1.5 per quarter into indefinite future. The current annual expected rate of return (k) is 12%. Suppose that an investor buys 10 shares today and
  34. Finance

    Preferred stock question. I need help with part b. A share of preferred stock of MXT Ltd. is expected to pay $1.5 per quarter into indefinite future. The current annual expected rate of return (k) is 12%. Suppose that an investor buys 10 shares today and
  35. college

    an investor is looking for 4 year investment.the share of skylark company is selling for rs 75.they have plans to pay a divedend of rs 7.50 per share each at the end of first and second yaears and rs 9 and rs 15 respectively at the end of third and fourth
  36. Finance

    An investor is thinking about buying some shares of a company at $ 75 a share. She expects the stock to rise to $ 115 a share over the next 3 years. During that time, she also expects to receive annual dividends at $ 4 a share. Assuming that the future
  37. FINANCE

    General Cereal common stock dividends was $0.79 in 2000 and the last dividend paid was $1.55 per share in 2010. Dividends are expected to continue growing at the historic rate for the foreseeable future. What is the General Cereal’s current value of a
  38. algebra

    an investor has increased my budget by $22,250. The investor does not need to be repaid but rather he becomes part owner of my business. Will the investor contribute enough money to meet the cost of rent and utilities? I must support my answer and write an
  39. Finance

    A share of preferred stock of MXT Ltd. is expected to pay $1.5 per quarter into indefinite future. The current annual expected rate of return (k) is 12%. Suppose that an investor buys 10 shares today and holds them for two years. Find his/her cash flows on
  40. finance

    Miya, a single investor owns 1000 shares of Advance C-Synergy (ACS), common stock. She originally bought the stock two years ago at initial public offering (IPO) price at RM5 per share. The stock of this fast growing technology company is currently trading
  41. Finance

    Determine the value of a share of DuPont Series A $4.50 cumulative preferred stock, no par, to an investor who requies a 9 percent rate of return on this security. The issue is callable at $120 per share plus accrued dividens. However, the issue is not
  42. econ

    Suppose Jean Splicer, an investor, buys $100,000 of shares of stock in a diversified bundle of Bio-tech firms and exactly one year later sells those shares for $108,000. If the value of the CPI at the date of Jean's purchase was 160, and rose by the sale
  43. Fiance

    ABC stock sells for $22 bucks a share. The company wants to sell 20 year annual interest $1000 par value bonds. Each bond will have 75 warrants attached to it which is exercisable into one share of stock. The exercise price is $47.00. The stock sells for
  44. math

    Investor A deposits 1,000 into an account that earns an interest rate of 6% per annum compounded semi-annually. On the same date, Investor B deposits 800 into an account that earns an interest rate of 8% per annum compounded monthly. After how many years
  45. math

    A stock that sold for $240 per share before a week began had the following gains and losses in share price over the course of that week. Monday ( - 2 3/4 ), Tuesday ( - 3 1/8 ), Wednesday ( + 1 1/8 ), Thursday ( + 5 ), Friday ( - 2 1/4 ). Suppose an
  46. finance

    the price of the stock is now $85 and no dividends are paid, and expects the price four years from now to be 4125 a share should the investor buy if he wants a 15 percent rate of return.
  47. math

    The buying and selling commission schedule shown below is from a well-known online discount brokerage firm.? Taking into consideration the buying and selling commissions in the schedule find annual rate of interest earned by each investment? Transaction
  48. accounting

    Jones Company is authorized to issue 20,000 shares of no-par, $5 stated-value common stock and 5,000 shares of 9%, 100 par preferred stock. It enters into the following transaction: 1. Accepts a subscription contract to 7,000 shares of common stock at $42
  49. Finance

    A speculator sells a stock short for $70 a share. The company pays a $2 annual cash dividend. After a year has passed, the seller covers the short position at $60. What is the percentage return on the position (excluding the impact of any interest expense
  50. finance

    A speculator sells a stock short for $55 a share. The company pays a $2 annual cash dividend. After a year has passed, the seller covers the short position at $45. What is the percentage return on the position (excluding the impact of any interest expense
  51. Finance

    we have two stocks Stock A and Stock B, Both stocks have the same expected rate of return 11%, but have different Standard Deviation 12%, and 20% respectively. based on the information above can we conclude that any rational risk-averse investor will add
  52. adult education

    California Clinics, an investor-owned chain of ambulatory care clinics, just paid a dividend of $2 per share. The firm’s dividend is expected to grow at a constant rate of 5% per year, and investors require a 15 % rate of return on the stock. 1. What is
  53. Business

    You're an individual investor who holds common stock in a large blue chip company. You've received notice of a proposed change. Instead of using the existing statutory method, the proposal calls for the company's board of directors to be elected by the
  54. Business

    You're an individual investor who holds common stock in a large blue chip company. You've received notice of a proposed change. Instead of using the existing statutory method, the proposal calls for the company's board of directors to be elected by the
  55. Statistics - Probability

    A mutual fund company has six funds that invest in the U.S. market and four funds that invest in foreign markets. An investor wishes to create a mutual fund portfolio composed of two U.S. funds and two foreign funds. Unknown to this investor, one of the
  56. mba

    1. Antique Arts Company would pay Rs. 2.50 as dividend per share for the next year and is expected to grow indefinitely at 12%. What would be the equity value if the investor require 20% return?
  57. Commerce

    Antique Arts Company would pay Rs. 2.50 as dividend per share for the next year and is expected to grow indefinitely at 12%. What would be the equity value if the investor require 20% return?
  58. MS-44

    Antique Arts Company would pay Rs. 2.50 as dividend per share for the next year and is expected to grow indefinitely at 12%. What would be the equity value if the investor require 20% return?
  59. mba

    Antique Arts Company would pay Rs. 2.50 as dividend per share for the next year and is expected to grow indefinitely at 12%. What would be the equity value if the investor require 20% return?
  60. Pre-Calculus

    An investor has $100,000 to invest in three types of bonds: short-term, intermediate-term, and long-term.How much should she invest in each type to satisfy the given conditions? Short-term bonds pay 4% annually, intermediate-term bonds pay 5%, and
  61. accounting and finance

    4. Dividends Per Share Scan Tech Inc., a developer of radiology equipment, has stock outstanding as follows: 24,000 shares of 2%preferred stock of $75 par, and 100,000 shares of $8 par common. During its first four years of operations, the following
  62. math

    Shirley has $16,000 invested in Boeing and GE stock. The Boeing stock currently sells for $30 a share and the GE stock for $70 a share. If GE stock triples in value and Boeing stock goes up 50%, her stock will be worth $34,500. how many shares of each
  63. math

    Shirley has $16,000 invested in Boeing and GE stock. The Boeing stock currently sells for $30 a share and the GE stock for $70 a share. If GE stock triples in value and Boeing stock goes up 50%, her stock will be worth $34,500. how many shares of each
  64. accounting I

    stock outstanding as follows: 15,000 shares of cumulative 4%, preferred stock of $20 par, and 19,000 shares of $100 par common. During its first four years of operations, the following amounts were distributed as dividends: first year, $4,500; second year,
  65. math,

    . Mr. David, an individual investor, has $70,000to divide among several investments. The alternative investments are municipal bonds with an 8.5% annual return, certificates of deposit with a 5% return, treasury bills with a 6.5% return, and a growth stock
  66. Business Math

    An investor has $ 500000 to spend. There investments are being considered, each having an expected annual interest rate. The interest rates are 15, 10 & 18 percent respectively. The investor`s goal is an average return of 15 percent in the three
  67. Business Math

    An investor has $ 500000 to spend. There investments are being considered, each having an expected annual interest rate. The interest rates are 15, 10 & 18 percent respectively. The investor`s goal is an average return of 15 percent in the three
  68. Business Math

    An investor has $ 500000 to spend. There investments are being considered, each having an expected annual interest rate. The interest rates are 15, 10 & 18 percent respectively. The investor`s goal is an average return of 15 percent in the three
  69. Business Math

    An investor has $ 500000 to spend. There investments are being considered, each having an expected annual interest rate. The interest rates are 15, 10 & 18 percent respectively. The investor`s goal is an average return of 15 percent in the three
  70. financial management

    If a person buys a share of stock for $60, receives a $5 dividend and one year later sells the stock for $70, what is their return?
  71. Finance

    National Telephone and Telegraph (NTT) Company common stock currently sells for $60 per share. NTT is expected to pay a $4 dividend during the coming year, and the price of the stock is expected to increase to $65 a year from now. Determine the expected
  72. Finance

    a share of preferred stock of MXT LTD. is expected to pay 1.0 per quarter into indefinite future. the current required annual expected rate of return, k, is 8%. suppose that an investor buys 10 shares today and wants to hold these shares for the next 2
  73. business

    Wallace Inc., a developer of radiology equipment, has stock outstanding as follows: 30,000 shares of cumulative preferred 2% stock, $90 par and 125,000 shares of $10 par common. During its first four years of operations, the following amounts were
  74. finance

    There is a preferred stock that pays a dividend of $5.00 at the end of each year. The stock sells for $60.00 a share. What is the oreferred stocks require rate of return?
  75. Maths

    Get Rich Quick Investments LTD offers 2 investment schemes. Scheme 1: Earn 6.5% interest per year, compounded monthly. Scheme 2: Earn 6.45% interest per year, compounded daily. An investor reasons that Scheme 2 should be the best because its interest rate
  76. Economics

    You buy 100 shares of stock at $4.00 per share. You receive one dividend of 10 cents per share. You sell the stock 1 year later for $5.50 per share. The fee for selling the stock is $15.00. What is the total profit you made on the entire transaction?
  77. Finance

    An investor purchases a 10-year U.S. government bond for $800. The bond's coupon rate is 10 percent and,? at time of purchase, it still had five years remaining until maturity. If the investor holds the bond until it matures and collects the $1,000 par
  78. math

    An investor bought 150 shares of an airline.She paid $60 per share for 50 shares $50 per share for 60 shares $75 per share for 40 shares what was her average price per share
  79. investing

    How do I find stock on margin rate of return? This is the question: Ed Delahanty purchased 500 shares of Niagara Corporation stock on margin at the beginning of the year for $30 per share. The initial margin requirement was 55%. Ed paid 13% interest on the
  80. math

    A stock that sold for 22$ at the beginning of the year was selling for 24$ at the end of the year. If the stock paid a dividend of .50$ per share,what is the simple intrest rate on a investment in this stock? The simplest answer is that it depends on what
  81. Financial Management

    National Telephone and Telegraph Company common stock currently sells for $60 per share. NTT is expected to pay a $4 dividend during the coming year, and the price of the stock is expected to increase to $65 a year from now. Determine the expected
  82. Finance

    9. The variable (A) in the utility formula represents the: a. investor’s return requirement. b. investor’s aversion to risk. c. certainty equivalent rate of the portfolio. d. preference for one unit of return per four units of risk.
  83. math

    mary has outstanding preferred stock That pays a dividend of $4 per share and sells for $82 per share, with a floatation cost of $6 per share. What is the component cost for Coogly's preferred stock? What are the advantages and disadvantages of using
  84. Mathematics

    Play investor puts $2,500 into a life insurance policy that pays 8.5% simple annual interest if no additional investment is made into the policy how much accumulated interest should the investor except at the end of 10 years
  85. mathematics

    An investor puts $2,500 into a life insurance policy that pays 8.5% simple annual interest. If no additional investment is made into the policy, how much accumulated interest should the investor expect at the end of 10 years?
  86. Mathematical Finance

    Assume that the future dividends on a given stock S are known, and denote their discounted value at the present time t by D¯(t). For American call and put options values C(t) ,P(t), suppose we have that P(t)−D¯(t)−K>C(t)−S(t) Suppose you buy the
  87. Math

    Purchased $10,000 in stock, invested $5000 of own money, borrowed remaining $5000 at 8% interest. Stock increases by 10%, what is the rate of the investor's return? I calculated 12%, is that correct?
  88. accounting

    On January 1, 2013, an investor purchases 28,000 common shares of an investee at $12 (cash) per share. The shares represent 20% ownership in the investee. The investee's common stock does not have a readily determinable fair value. On January 1, 2013, the
  89. Finance

    National Telephone and Telegraph (NTT) Company common stock currentyl sells for $60 per share. NTT is expected to pay $4 dividend during the coming year, and the price of the stock is expected to increase to $65 a year from now. Determine the expected
  90. Finanical

    4. An investor purchases a mutual fund share for $100. The fund pays dividends of $3, distributes a capital gain of $4, and charges a fee of $2 when the fund is sold one year later for $105. What is the net rate of return from this investment?
  91. investment

    Would you expect the required rate rate of returns for a U.S investor in U.S common stocks to be the same as the required rate of return on Japanese common stocks? what factors would determine the require rate of return for stocks in these countries?
  92. Finance

    If you were an investor that wants to invest in a particular company, what financial ratios would you use to evaluate that company? What limitations would an investor have to take into account when evaluation the financial performance of a company?
  93. math1979

    A stock that sold for $17per share at the beginning of the year was selling for$96 at the end of the year. If the stock paid a dividend of $3.57 per share, what is the simple interest rate on the investment in this stock? Consider the interest to be the
  94. Math

    1. An individual investor has $70,000 to divide among several investments. The alternative investments are municipal bonds with an 8.5% return, certificates of deposits with a 10% return, Treasury bill with a 6.5% return, and income bonds with a 13%
  95. accounting

    Finishing Touches has two classes of stock authorized: 8%, $10 par preferred and $1 par value common. The following transactions affect stockholders' equity during 2010, its first year of operations: January 2 Issue 100,000 shares of common stock for $25
  96. Math

    An investor invests $3,026 into a savings account. The interest on the account is 3- 1/2%, and the investor invests the money for one and one-half years. What will her simple interest be? –
  97. College Accounting

    A company had stock outstanding as follows during each of its first three years of operations: 2,500 shares of 10 %, $100 par, preferred stock and 50,000 shares of $10 par common stock. The amounts distributed as dividends are presented below. Determine
  98. investing 3-2

    Which of the following preferred stock properties would provide the best argument favoring purchase of preferred stock by an investor? A. When long-term bond yields decline, the value of preferred stock can potentially rise. B. Because preferred stock
  99. math

    can somone help me with this one , what equations do i have to use or what do i have to to inorder to see if this is possible Lori Morgan has $16,000 invested in Disney and Intel Stock. The Disney stock currently sells for $30 a share and Intel stock for
  100. algabra

    if a investor invested 1,500 in two funds one earned 4% profit the other eared 2% profit if the investor profit was 42. how much was invested in each fund?

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