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What is a dividend

General Math

A dividend is the number that is divided by the divisor. The answer would be the quotient. In a mathematical sentence it would look like this: dividend divided by the divisorequals the quotient.

Investing

A dividend is a payment made to the shareholders as a way to share company profits. It is generally only paid by the largest companies and is not guaranteed. If the company has no viable use for the cash from profits, paying a dividend is a way to increase shareholder loyalty. It is expressed as a percentage. The dividend is divided into the price of an individual share of common stock to arrive at the dividend percentage.
In Mathematics. a dividend is a number that is to be divided by a divisor, resulting in a quotient.

How do corporations raise money

by selling bonds and issuing stocks...

If you buy 1000 shares of a stock with a 10 Commission and then sell 100 of it with a commission of 10 and then sell 900 later with a 10 comission what is the cost basis of the 100 and 900 shares sold

To determine cost basis you want to take the total amount paid + commission and calculate your cost per share. Lets say the stock was $10 per share and you bought 1000 shares with a commission of $10. Total cost would be $10,010. Divide that number by 1000 to get your cost per share. This equals $10.01 per share. If you sold 100 shares your cost basis is $1001. If you sold 900 shares your cost basis is $9009.

To go one step further when you sell the stock subtract the commission from the sales proceeds. If you sold 100 shares of the stock at $15 with a $10 dollar commission then your total sales proceeds will be $1490. Now just take the sales proceeds of $1490 - the cost basis of $1001 to determine your capital gains or losses. In this example you have a gain of $489. Use this same process to determine gains and losses for the other 900 shares.

To whom and how are dividends usually paid

Dividends are usually paid to the investors of a company. These are paid on an annual or, more commonly, a quarterly basis.

What is a certificate of ownership in a corporation

A certificate of ownership in a corporation can be either a stock or share, depending on how you buy in and how the corporation is set up.

Which term refers to a business owned and controlled by two or more people

partnership...

What is the corporate charter number

what is the corporate charter number

Which term refers to the money paid to corporate investors in return for their investment

dividend....

What is a certificate of indebtedness by a corporation to the holder

bond

Which term refers to the money that remains after all the costs of production have been paid

profit

Which of these business organizations is treated by law as if it were an individual person

corporation

What is John's annual yield when John buys a 1000 bond that pays 6 percent annual interest at 75

8

Which of the following is an advantage of a partnership over a sole proprietorship

The question is incomplete. There are no options given (for "which of the following") to answer this question.

Would not appear on the financial statements for a sole proprietorship

Paid-in capital.

What do you understand by the concept of deflation and the cause of deflation

an increase in which exceeds the supply

How many square feet o carpet do you need to buy if you have 3 rooms that are 12ft by 12ft and 2 rooms that are 15ft by 20ft

= (3 rooms X 12 ft X 12 ft) + (2 rooms X 15 ft X 20 ft)

= (3 X 144 ft^2) + (2 X 300 ft^2)

= (432 + 600) ft^2 = 1032 square ft

OR you can write this as 1032 ft^2, which is just feet raised to the second power.

What describes the bond between nitrogen and hydrogen

what describes the bond between nitrogen and hrdrogen

Which of these is an element of a bond Business

An element of bond business is a face value similar to the principal amount of loan.

Which refers to the fluctuations of growth and decline in an economy

business cycle

How is the value of a share of stock usually quoted

The value of stock is usually quoted by it's monetary value at any given time. The price is usually quoted without decimal points. For example a share that is worth £2.97 is usually written as 297.

in eighths of a dollar (a+)

Which type of graph is also commonly used to compare stock prices

hi lo graph

Which of these statements refers to the law of supply

producers will supply as the good price

Producers will supply more of a product as the price goes up. A+

Which type of graph uses symbols to relate to data

pictograph

Which type of graph does not have an X- and a Y-axis

A pie chart.

Which economist was among the first to explain how a pure market economy works

Adam Smith

On which type of graph is data plotted by a point on the graph

line graph :))))))))))))))

In the metric system basic units are multiplied or divided by what amount to get larger and smaller units

In the metric system basic units are multiplied or divided by 10 to get larger and smaller units

According to the U.S. Small Business Administration approximately what percentage of small businesses fails within the first five years

50%

Which of these describes a composite stock index

Whole market (A+)

Which of the following is the best description of a consumer good

It is something tangible that can be touched or carried

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