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- 6 What about the Total Shareholder Return (TSR)?
- 7 What do you think about the SOLBIT today?
- 8 With 8 million Americans out of work, why are more companies not filling jobs?
- 9 History of SOLBIT
Overview of SOLBIT
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Should SOL (BIT:SOL) Be Disappointed With Their 82% Profit?
Stock pickers are generally looking for stocks that will outperform the broader market.And while active stock picking involves risks (and requires diversification) it can also provide excess returns.For example, the SOL S.p.A.(BIT:SOL) share price is up 82% in the last 5 years, clearly besting the market return of around -28% (ignoring dividends).On the other hand, the more recent gains haven't been so impressive, with shareholders gaining just 4.1% , including dividends .
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We'd be remiss not to mention the difference between SOL's total shareholder return (TSR) and its share price return.The TSR attempts to capture the value of dividends (as if they were reinvested) as well as any spin-offs or discounted capital raisings offered to shareholders.Its history of dividend payouts mean that SOL's TSR of 96% over the last 5 years is better than the share price return.
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With 8 million Americans out of work, why are more companies not filling jobs?
SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) -As the economy revs up to meet the rapacious demand of tens of millions of newly vaccinated Americans, employers say they cannot fill their yawning need for labor.Take Alex Washut.In January he mapped out hiring plans for his two breakfast and lunch eateries in western Massachusetts and figured he'd need to hire 20 new cooks, servers, dishwashers and other staff by May.He has doubled wages in some cases but has managed to hire only five; most of the time, he said, job candidates never even show for their interviews.