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June 26, 2012, 12:30:01 AM
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Is there any chance of getting a table of the market capitalisation of glbse stocks ?


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June 26, 2012, 01:48:39 AM
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Is there any chance of getting a table of the market capitalisation of glbse stocks ?



Yes, something like that is coming.

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June 26, 2012, 02:25:00 AM
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Geez, look at Tygrr-Bond-A and generally M.ETF. Did the difficulty halve?

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June 26, 2012, 08:37:35 AM
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Geez, look at Tygrr-Bond-A and generally M.ETF. Did the difficulty halve?

Tygrr-Bond-A pays dividends at a difficulty change, which is once in 2 weeks.
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June 30, 2012, 01:49:35 PM
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Dividend table has been updated.  I removed assets that have a volume of less than 100 shares a week.

I left them all in.

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June 30, 2012, 02:38:28 PM
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Dividend table has been updated.  I removed assets that have a volume of less than 100 shares a week.

Can you please make it a BTC amount and not a share amount. If stock ABC trades 99 shares at 50 BTC each and is not included and stock XZW who trades 100 shares at .0000001 BTC each is it will be odd.

BTW thanks for the great work:)



Well I could put them all back on, but I have never liked information overload.  Especially when a lot of shares may have a high dividend but are not very liquid.  I would trade a lower yield for a more liquid security as there is more guarantee to get out when the money is needed.

For example, here is a table of the securities that have at least 100 share volume a week and a weighted average of over 0.10 BTC.

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         Symbol Outstanding Volume Weighted_Average    High    Low Dividend Dividend_Yield
1     FOO.PPPPT        4181   1207           1.0777    1.15   0.98     0.07          6.5 %
2  TYGRR.BOND-P       21390   5468           1.0461    1.08  1.019    0.068          6.5 %
3    BIB.PIRATE       13907   1032          1.05338    1.09  1.025   0.0675         6.41 %
5       PPT.DIV        9000   1687          0.69071  0.9999    0.5  0.02459         3.56 %
6     OBSI.1MHS        3278    820          0.16095    0.18   0.15  0.00445         2.76 %
7        TEEK.B        1999    340          1.10134     1.9  1.022     0.03         2.72 %
9    GIGAMINING       40000   3351          0.89857     1.1 0.7901   0.0233         2.59 %
10        YABMC       54278   5661          0.15993  0.1987  0.141  0.00408         2.55 %
16      BITBOND       46138    407          0.47224    0.56   0.35  0.00936         1.98 %
17 TYGRR.BOND-B       33300   2015          0.10094   0.103  0.098    0.002         1.98 %
22   BTC-MINING        1933    161          0.90618  0.9999    0.6  0.01492         1.65 %
23         BMMO        7972   1082          0.17218    0.23   0.15   0.0027         1.57 %
26         BFLS        6395    173          1.20514 1.26001   1.02  0.01829         1.52 %
27   PUREMINING       20000   2601          0.27822  0.3397  0.215    0.004         1.44 %
38    COGNITIVE        6400    242          0.63963    0.66 0.5712  0.00472         0.74 %

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June 30, 2012, 03:30:54 PM
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I am not saying put them back on. I think you have the right idea, but the wrong way of doing it. Your info is awesome but what you are trying to do is take out the meaningless light weights. My example was a bit unreaslistic but I was trying to make a point.

If you can take out all stocks that have less than 10BTC traded that week not included it would in my opion be better than stocks with less than 100 shares.

I hope I am expressing my idea correctly.

Yea I see the point, but the only problem I feel is that securities that don't have a lot of trading are not effective either.  If there is a share that is 0.10 BTC and sells 100 shares a week, it will more more liquid than one that sells for 1 BTC a week but only sells 10 shares.  If everything else was equal I would prefer to purchasing 10 of the 0.10 BTC shares rather than 1 of the 1 BTC share. 

I guess it is personal preference where is that cutoff point.  This is why large exchanges have a minimum trade amount that the listed company must maintain to stay on the exchange.

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July 02, 2012, 03:23:21 AM
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Oops, I have been playing around with this table for a little bit so the number of tickers changed from what it should be.  I was in a rush because I had to go out to see to do some biological specimen collecting and forgot to change it back.

I was experimenting with taking off certain kinds of assets like Pirate bonds, ect.

There are a lot of assets on here that I don't think should be because they are not liquid enough.  What kind of filters would people like to see with this, if any?  I was thinking of a minimum 7-day average, a certain market capitalization, and minium number of volume traded per week.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

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July 02, 2012, 04:21:39 AM
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I personally see nothing wrong with the pirate bonds on the list as they are some of the biggest and most liquid. Clearly the people want pirate bonds so why not report what they pay out?

I do understand about taking away some of the assets but taking away 30% of the value of GLBSE and 60% of the weekly trade volume seems counter productive. I would assume as soon as you take this off there would be a different guy making a new list with it on it.

If you wanted to break it up into different type of bonds and have more than one list that would be cool. Mining here, pirate there, physical goods and what not and so on. 

Just my thoughts Smiley

That makes sense.  I will just leave all of them up here.  I have been working on a small site to display this information and will have different sections for bonds, companies, ect.

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July 02, 2012, 05:11:41 AM
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I personally see nothing wrong with the pirate bonds on the list as they are some of the biggest and most liquid. Clearly the people want pirate bonds so why not report what they pay out?

I do understand about taking away some of the assets but taking away 30% of the value of GLBSE and 60% of the weekly trade volume seems counter productive. I would assume as soon as you take this off there would be a different guy making a new list with it on it.

If you wanted to break it up into different type of bonds and have more than one list that would be cool. Mining here, pirate there, physical goods and what not and so on. 

Just my thoughts Smiley

That makes sense.  I will just leave all of them up here.  I have been working on a small site to display this information and will have different sections for bonds, companies, ect.

Cant wait. And thanks for this thread stochastic.

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July 02, 2012, 02:51:22 PM
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great thread

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July 14, 2012, 08:56:01 PM
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Wonderful thread, Very informative. But the analysis is not 100% accurate. For example BTCMC pays dividends monthly but you've calculated BTCMC as if it pays weekly dividends. You have the same issue with multiple other shares/bonds, especially the ones paying dividends monthly or daily. Would you please fix such issue in the next update? You have to go through each single share/bond and analyze it individually as there is no generic rule can be applied on the collected data.
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July 14, 2012, 08:59:13 PM
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Stochastic - will you continue to update?

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July 14, 2012, 09:19:43 PM
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Wonderful thread, Very informative. But the analysis is not 100% accurate. For example BTCMC pays dividends monthly but you've calculated BTCMC as if it pays weekly dividends. You have the same issue with multiple other shares/bonds, especially the ones paying dividends monthly or daily. Would you please fix such issue in the next update? You have to go through each single share/bond and analyze it individually as there is no generic rule can be applied on the collected data.

Those securities that don't pay dividends within that weekly period won't be reported in the chart.  Investors will have to do their own due diligence in determining what timeframe dividends will be paid out.

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July 14, 2012, 11:18:56 PM
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Stochastic - will you continue to update?

I plan to, but I have a bot that will check the dividends paid.  Since the recent slowdown of GLBSE the bot has not been working properly.  I will have to see what is wrong before I can update again.

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July 14, 2012, 11:35:33 PM
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Thanks - and yes, GLBSE is SOOO SLOWWWW right now...

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July 15, 2012, 01:22:08 AM
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It looks like the first four rows are missing (or the left hand column numbers are off) and there is no column header row.  Just fyi.
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July 15, 2012, 05:14:28 PM
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Thanks for this list

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July 15, 2012, 05:55:51 PM
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Leaving anything off the list will definitely not help liquidity for the asset in question...

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July 15, 2012, 06:33:18 PM
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Leaving anything off the list will definitely not help liquidity for the asset in question...

I am not interested in helping the liquidity of assets.  They can do their own marketing.  I am more interested in finding the highest liquid assets that gives the highest return.

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