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Jon Peltier

How relevant is share volume compared to price volume (sales in $ vs sales in units)?

ZBicyclist

Pie chart?? Don't even joke!

I couldn't find / couldn't be motivated to find out where the other 50% is in NYSE stocks, but this link

http://www.nasdaqtrader.com/Trader.aspx?id=MarketShare

shows the share of ETF volume (exchange traded funds)

NASDAQ 38%
NYSE Arca 28%
FINRA/NASDAQ TRF 14%
Other regionals and TRF 21%

Michael

After I quit my job from a big4 firm I was pretty worried that I wouldn’t find another one, that’s until a friend recommended me this website : http://www.big4.com/home.html .Here I found myself a job and I feel I could do a favor to everyone who is now in my former situation.

Soren Duus

Mistakes like that rarely happen. Hmm, the complexities in many aspects of finance and accounting may not be easily understood by different individuals. It's better for companies to avoid mistakes like that by hiring people who are well-trained and capable of refining little, or even huge, mistakes.

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