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An article in the Wall Street Journal’s “Heard on the Street” column (Money and Investment August 1, 2001) reported that investors often look at the “change in the rate of change” to help them “get into the market before any big rallies.” Your stock broker alerts you that the rate of change in a stock’s price is increasing. As a result you a. can conclude the stock’s price is increasing b. cannot determine whether the stock’s price is increasing or decreasing. c. can conclude the stock’s price is decreasingAn article in the Wall Street Journal’s “Heard on the Street” column (Money and Investment August 1, 2001) reported that investors often look at the “change in the rate of change” to help them “get into the market before any big rallies.” Your stock broker alerts you that the rate of change in a stock’s price is increasing. As a result you a. can conclude the stock’s price is increasing b. cannot determine whether the stock’s price is increasing or decreasing. c. can conclude the stock’s price is decreasingAn article in the Wall Street Journal’s “Heard on the Street” column (Money and Investment August 1, 2001) reported that investors often look at the “change in the rate of change” to help them “get into the market before any big rallies.” Your stock broker alerts you that the rate of change in a stock’s price is increasing. As a result you a. can conclude the stock’s price is increasing b. cannot determine whether the stock’s price is increasing or decreasing. c. can conclude the stock’s price is decreasing

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Small Tutor Amanda Afi

Ans: B. If f is the stock price, and we found out that f; is increasing, this doe...


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