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Introduction to Personal Investing

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What is a “ticker symbol”?

A ticker symbol is a unique series of characters, as many as five characters long, that identifies the name of the investment actively traded on an exchange. For example, Google is known as GOOG on the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations (NASDAQ) exchange, and Ford is known as F on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).



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