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Subject: Stock adjectives Date: 12/29/2011 11:54 AM
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Please help me. I'm dazed and confused. And uneducated.

Question #1-- How do I get U.S. dollar conversions(price per share, yields, dividends, ex. Dividends, etc.) for foreign international stocks like San Rio(Hello Kitty) or Wal-Mart de Mexico?

Question #2-- Many stocks that I look at have N/A when it comes to yield or dividend or other catagories. I am very much interested in dividends, yields, etc. Is there some secret place I can travel to in order to find the answer to solve this mystery?
2a) Why are some dividends , yields, etc. N/A?
2b)N/A--- means what exactly please?

Question #3-- Why would anything be N/A? Wouldn't most people WANT the information that is not given to you in the N/A catagories, whether the information applies directly to you or not?
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