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Today we’re going to dive deep into the stock market for you, and we’ll take a look at how many shares you own, how much you own and the market value of your holdings.
As an example, let’s look at an article published today from Business Insider.
Business Insider describes itself as a “fierce, independent media company.”
It was founded in 2005 by two former Apple employees.
It now has an annual revenue of $50 million and has about 1.2 million monthly active users.
It’s also one of the most widely used websites on the web.
Now, let me give you a quick rundown on the stock we’re talking about today.
As you can see, it’s a major stock, but the market cap is much lower.
In 2017, it traded at $14.56.
If you’re a regular user of the website, this means that you own about one share of this stock.
But if you’re just curious, we’ll let you in on a little secret: there are a ton of other companies like Business Insider that are worth more than this stock, because they have much bigger market caps.
Here are the most recent stocks that Business Insider published in 2017: AT&T $14.55 NASDAQ $18.75 Microsoft $16.60 Google $13.00 Tesla $12.75