Shidafzan: Financial Management (Chapter 16: Dividend Policy)

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By contrast, the Geanakoplos paper uses the M/Y ratio, or middle-aged to young ratio. We prefer our M/O ratio to the M/Y ratio of middle-age to young adults, age 20-29, studied by Geanakoplos et al. We measure age distribution using the ratio of the middle-age cohort, age 40-49, to the old-age cohort, age 60-69. We call this the M/O ratio. 1: Six stocks suggested in the midst of the maelstrom in a March 16 column using this approach advanced 106% by year-end. Check out technical analysis for March 16th. Oil Prices are lower as Opec did not cut production at the OPEC meeting over the weekend. A bull market is defined as having a 20% uptick in stock prices after an extended period of falling stock prices. This is what my sales forecasts are based on, and they are nearly the same in my bull and bear cases. I was doing an extensive local services search at the time, and literally from one day to the next the exact same keyword dropped from an approximate volume of 2000 - 2 400 to 50. Based on my personal knowledge of the local areas and businesses I was searching, population figures etc., I had to seriously conclude that the first figure, before the change, was accurate- simply because the second figure, after the change seemed so improbable.

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