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  1. The Stock Market Week 4

  2. Outside Expectations • Review Buy or Sell? And Making $ With Stocks • ADD TO YOUR AGENDA: • Cloze Notes • Charting Prices • Follow the rise and fall of your chosen corporation’s stocks over the period of two weeks. • Graph the value using the graph provided. • Think about what type of graph is going to be the most appropriate. • Record all of your data before graphing it.

  3. 4 Rotations • Buying and Selling w/ the Stock Broker • Reading the DFR and updating your Fiscal Report • Wall Street Cloze Notes • Researching your selected Company

  4. Buying and Selling with the Stock Broker • Have what you want to buy and sell in mind. • Write down all the necessary information, like which companies you are purchasing or selling, and how many shares you are purchasing or selling, and how much money it is worth today. • Do the math!

  5. Wall Street Cloze Notes • Read the book. • Fill in the blanks with the appropriate information. • Respond to the last question. • Turn in to the appropriate class box.

  6. Research Your Selected Real-Life Corporation • Use the links provided on the AIG Math Weebly. • Find information related to your selected Stock. • Begin filling in your chart appropriately.

  7. Updating Your Fiscal Reports with Dividends • Remember: Dividends are money you earn from owning shares of a corporation that has made a profit. Dividends are typically distributed quarterly. • Take some time to read the Drake Financial Report regarding business information that relates to this week’s stock market fate.

  8. Dividends • Dividends are credits to your fiscal report. They are money you make for owning stock in a corporation. • For each corporation you own, write down the name in the 2nd column. Write down the total number of shares you own in each of the corporations. Use the upcoming chart to determine how much you will be making from each of your stock’s dividends. Multiply the value times the number of shares you own, and add that number to your running balance.

  9. Week 4 Dividends (Tuesday’s Class)

  10. Week 4 Dividends (Wednesday’s Class)

  11. Week 4 Dividends (Thursday’s Class)