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What is the difference between enterprise value and equity value?

A:Enterprise value and equity value are two common ways that a business may be evaluated from a sales standpoint. Both may be used in the valuation or sale of a business, but each offers a slightly different view. While enterprise value gives an accurate calculation of the overall current value of a business, similar to […]

Russia Considering Joining OPEC Oil Output Cuts?

Russia Considering Joining OPEC Oil Output Cuts?

Monday November 24, 2014, 3:17pm PSTRussia is reportedly considering joining in with other members of OPEC to cut oil output in an attempt to jump start the price of oil. According to Bloomberg: The world’s biggest crude oil producer may agree to reduce output by 15 million tons, or about 300,000 barrels a day, in […]

Russia is Losing $140 Billion From Sanctions and Low Oil Prices

Russia is Losing $140 Billion From Sanctions and Low Oil Prices

Monday November 24, 2014, 3:10pm PSTRussia is apparently losing up to $140 billion per year as economic sanctions tighten their stranglehold on the country and low oil prices continue to pummel one of the world’s largest producers of oil. According to CNN Money: The country is losing up to $140 billion per year because of falling […]

What’s the GNP?

What’s the GNP?

Loading the player… Gross national product (GNP) is one of many metrics economists use to measure a country’s economic output.  For any one year, GNP equals the market value of all the goods and services produced by the citizens of a country, whether those goods were produced inside the country or manufactured elsewhere. Although similar, […]

Is Natural Gas About to Tank?

Active traders will tell you that when market sentiment wavers and volatility increases they rely more heavily on their skill at identifying levels of support and resistance. Finding potential turning points during times of increased uncertainty becomes more critical to risk management than when the market is within a strong trend and when most participants […]

Who Uses Libor Data And Why?

LIBOR is one of the most widely used benchmarks for determining short term interest rates across world. Administered by the ICE Benchmark Administration (IBA), it stands for Intercontinental Exchange London Interbank Offered Rate. It indicates the average rate at which large banks in London can borrow unsecured short term loans from other banks. The rate […]

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Hurry and look at UBIQ before the market opens! – (UBIQ)

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How is accumulation area calculated?

A:An accumulation area does not have a precise calculation. Accumulation areas are identified on price/volume charts as rectangular or triangular areas where price moves sideways, while on-balance volume “breaks out” or hits new local high ground. Accumulation areas are used to identify stocks and other traded assets that may be at the beginning of a new […]

How is it possible for a company to have a negative enterprise value?

A: Enterprise value is the measure of a company’s total value, including its outstanding equity value, outstanding debt, and cash or cash equivalents. When calculating enterprise value, cash and cash equivalents are subtracted from the market capitalization plus debt, so it is possible for a company to have a negative enterprise value. For example, if a […]