Listed Stock

The profitability measure estimates the performance of a business by dividing the net profit by net worth.

Creating Network From Listed Stocks

Making a return on your investment is subject to how well the company does - evaluated by its stock performance - and if the company pays a dividend. Capital appreciation (the stock price rising in value), and dividends are the two ways you can earn a return as a shareholder.
  • Capital Appreciation

    Capital appreciation is: “Certain rise in the value of an asset based on the rise in the market price”.

    Buy a stock, and when the price escalates, sell the stock for a profit, or hold onto it and hope that it rises even further over an extended period of time. The amount you make on the stock when you sell it is your "capital gain" for tax purposes. You can calculate your percentage ROI by taking the sale price and subtracting the purchase price out of it. You can now divide that total by the purchase price, and then multiply the amount you receive by 100. What you are getting now is the percentage return on investment. If the stock price drops, you can sell or hold onto the investment and that’s your choice. But you will face a capital loss and a negative ROI.
  • Dividends

    The dividend is: “A portion of the company’s earnings distributed amongst its class of shareholders decided upon by the directors.”.

    Companies distribute a dividend in the form of a quarterly payment paid to shareholders for each share they own. This provides the investors a stream of income. In order to receive the dividend, you must have the shares of the company before the ex-dividend status, (The date at which the person has been confirmed by the company to receive the dividend payment). If you own 100 shares, and the company pays a Specific dividend, you will receive a share of profit as a dividend annually in dividend income.
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