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Resource Warrants, Penny Stock Warrants, Canadian Warrants, Trad The Financial Data Finder The mission of the Department of Finance is to provide an environment conducive to faculty research of the highest caliber and to offer nationally recognized instructional programs at the undergraduate, masters, and doctoral levels. The department strives to develop its faculty throughout their careers in the achievement of excellence in teaching, research, and service. Our department houses faculty in financial economics, with research interests in corporate finance, asset pricing, and risk management. Exploring High Frequency Trading Ingrid M.

Oil reserves A map of world oil reserves, 2013. Oil reserves denote the amount of crude oil that can be technically recovered at a cost that is financially feasible at the present price of oil.[1] Hence reserves will change with the price, unlike oil resources, which include all oil that can be technically recovered at any price. Reserves may be for a well, for a reservoir, for a field, for a nation, or for the world. Different classifications of reserves are related to their degree of certainty. The total estimated amount of oil in an oil reservoir, including both producible and non-producible oil, is called oil in place. Based on data from OPEC at the beginning of 2013 the highest proved oil reserves including non-conventional oil deposits are in Venezuela (20% of global reserves), Saudi Arabia (18% of global reserves), Canada (13% of global reserves), and Iran (9%).[3] Classifications[edit] Schematic graph illustrating petroleum volumes and probabilities. Proven reserves[edit] Unproven reserves[edit]

Useful Data Sets Last Updated: January 2014 This page provides information on how to collect data from a variety of sources. it also allows you to look at and download a number of data sets that you might find useful in corporate finance and valuation. If you have trouble viewing the data in your browser, you can download the data in excel format. I will try to keep them updated, and include the dates of the updates with the data sets. If you want to see the company-specific information, you can download the data on individual firms below. History and Philosophy: I am always flattered to see my data used, but I want everyone using the data to be aware of how and why I put together this data, and the ways it can be best used. Important Data Source update: After twenty years of using Value Line for my US data updates, I have had to switch in 2014. I have switched to a combination of Morningstar, Bloomberg and Capital IQ data for all firms, with an overlay of my own modified industry categories. Data Sets

Energy, Oil, Natural Gas, Coal, Nuclear, Gasoline, Solar & Wind Value Line - Article Title Home > Investment Tools > Educational Articles > Options Investment Education What is an Option? Most investors are looking for a way to either increase their returns or reduce their risk. Though options have the ability to do both these things, many people don’t understand what options are or how to use them. Cash-Covered Puts: Doing the Math If you write a put on a stock and keep enough cash in your account to cover your maximum risk, you create a position known a “cash-covered put write.” Read more A Primer on Put-Call Parity and How to Use It This week, we review what are known as the put/call parity rules. Option Spreads VI - The Diagonal Backspread Often, when markets are panicked, lower strike short-term premiums are overpriced, while longer-term higher strike premiums are relatively cheap. Options Spreads V - The Backspread Options Spreads IV - Long Diagonal Spreads Options Spreads III - Calendar Spreads Hedging with Bear Spreads Hedging Stocks with Collars