In the first experiment, we examine subjects' likelihood to sell or hold a stock on which they have a paper gain
or loss position, when presented with a simple favorable or unfavorable future scenario in the absence of analysts' recommendations.
of $63,900 at a fair market value of $21.50 a share on Sept.
of $161,769 at a fair market value of $7.95 a share on Sept.
If the Akron paper gains
daily circulation from the PD's demise the way the Baton Rouge Advocate has gained 20,000 by expanding into New Orleans, the Beacon Journal will open up an even bigger lead--a humiliating turn of events for the PD and its home city of Cleveland.
Berkshire's net income soared in 2012 to $14.8 billion, up from $10.3 billion the previous year, but most of the increase came from paper gains
on its investments and derivative contracts.
Among paper makers, Oji jumped 14 yen, or 5.0 percent, to 296 yen and Nippon Paper gained
60 yen, or 4.8 percent, to 1,299 yen while Daio Paper rose 26 yen, or 4.4 percent, to 622 yen.
There would be no such thing as 'paper gains
' or 'paper losses' - just real gains or losses.
How Ideology changed 1600-1848 and Paper Gains
: The Professor,
Separately, the bull market has left CEOs enormous paper gains
on stock and options they were granted as part of pay packages in 2009 and 2010.
The word "realised" is important as paper gains
from the increased valuations cannot be included.
If early paper gains
did not make leverage and risk appear to drop, then improper decisions and assessments by all parties could have been much reduced during the bubble.
But real as opposed to paper gains
in the vegetable division compensated for the decrease of volume in the potato division.