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In the dot.com era the Internet was considered a-winner-takes-it-all market, new tech start-ups (like Netscape, Amazon.com and the famous Pets.com) was measured by how much the capital they where able to chew through, the logic being that the more they spend the more aggressive they were (at least in the investors' eyes), conquering this new market known as ...

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"Burn rate" is a measure of "spend rate" relative to cash on hand. So if you have $10 million dollars, and you spend$1 million dollars a month, you will "burn through" your cash in ten months, at which time your company will either "take off," get new financing, or go under. Strategies that rely on "burn rate" are risky ones. Nevertheless, they are ...

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This kind of question is exactly why spot FX takes T + 2 to settle. Exactly why you are looking for a convention is, I would say, because the whole thing depends on the conventions your trading partners use. You need to refer to the provider from whom you are getting the data. For me, the trade date is most likely the time of the provider pricing engine ...

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