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For nearly a century, investing was driven exclusively by ticker symbols.
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT THE RISE OF SPORTS FANDOM INVESTINGKENDALL BAKERMARCH 12, 2021AXIOS
Affirm ultimately listed its shares at $49 under the ticker AFRM, but by mid-day shares were trading at over $100—a more than 100% increase.
AFFIRM HITS $100 ON OPENING DAY AFTER LISTING AT $49 (UPDATED)JEFF ROBERTSJANUARY 13, 2021FORTUNE
Media reports suggest Petco could be valued at $6 billion when it returns to the stock market, where it will list under the ticker “WOOF” on the Nasdaq.
PANDEMIC PUPPIES PUSH PETCO PROFITS, PROMPTING PUBLIC PROSPECTUSPHIL WAHBADECEMBER 4, 2020FORTUNE
The Roundhill Sports Betting & iGaming ETF, commonly-known by its ticker BETZ, is indicated to trade higher after posting its best day in more than a month on Tuesday.
SPORTS-BETTING STOCKS CLIMB AFTER THREE STATES BACK LEGAL GAMBLINGMATTHEWHEIMERNOVEMBER 4, 2020FORTUNE
We used Twitter to interact with fans throughout the show and party to add fan Tweets to the ticker on the broadcast.
IN THE PANDEMIC ERA, NFL TEAMS ARE LEVERAGING TWITTER TO CONNECT WITH FANSTWITTEROCTOBER 22, 2020DIGIDAY
Also, arrangements could be made with some reliable brokerage house to have him supplied with the ticker tape each day.
SEEING THINGS AT NIGHTHEYWOOD BROUN
There he invented a printing telegraph machine, known as "the ticker," to record stock quotations.
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Now he turned suddenly and looked at the ticker, then rose and staggered to it and leaned there, swaying.
A CAPTAIN OF INDUSTRYUPTON SINCLAIR
Van Rensselaer knew that the ticker was some minutes behind the market, and he cursed with impatience.
A CAPTAIN OF INDUSTRYUPTON SINCLAIR
As he passed out through the ticker-room he glanced at the blackboard.
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