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Apply for scholarship23.01.2013
The scholarships granted by the Finnish Foundation for Share Promotion are mainly awarded for postgraduate studies, research related to stock markets and for continuous education.
The application period for the scholarships ends on the 28th of March 2013, before when applicants may send their free-form applications to the Foundation.
We updated our to-do list: What has changed in five years?06.08.2012
Henri Elo, Chief Analyst for Balance Consulting and a blog writer for Kauppalehti went through the five-year-old Shareholder’s to do list of the Finnish Foundation for Share Promotion.
Updated Shareholder’s to-do list06.08.2012
1. Evaluate businesses, not stock rates
In the long term, stock profits are based on company profitability and growth, reflected as dividends and increased stock value. Nearly all of the companies producing the best value for their shareholders have one thing in common: better than average stock profitability and growth. Understanding businesses prevents you from making the mistake of selling the shares of healthy companies with a strong foundation on a bad day.
HFT: Get rich risk-free09.05.2012
French Banker Jean-Pierre Pinatton wants to get rid of rapid machine-based high frequency trading (HFT).
Rosendahl defends robot trading09.05.2012
Lauri Rosendahl, CEO of the Helsinki Stock Exchange, sees nothing dramatically new in securities trading with machines.