Stocks are simply shares of individual companies. Here’s how it works: say a company has made it through its start-up phase and has become successful. The owners wish to expand, but they are unable to do so solely through the income they earn through their operations. As a result, they can turn to the financial markets for additional financing. One way to do this is to split the company up into “shares,” and then sell a portion of these shares on the open market in a process known as an “ initial public offering ,” or IPO. A person who buys Stock, is therefore buying an actual share of the company, which makes him or her a part owner – however small. This is why Stock is also referred to as “equity.”
My husband, who is 56 has had many surgeries, all due to kidney stones and sholder hips kne and spine since 2008. All of these joint surgeries had 1common factor (bone spurs and arthritis).not his spine, hips and elbow, are all covored in spurs and seeing the rheumatoid Dr., we found out he doesn’t have RA, so his is not controlled by a certain immune system medicine, and that l they could do is symptom control. His pain is always at 7or higher, because his GP WILL only allow him a certain amount of pain med, and thats jad steroid shots,(many),pain stimulator, RF Ablation on many nerves and still has a level of pain that makes him have NO quality of told me that I should look into palative care. Would he be a canidate for that, as I haven’t seen it listed in diseases PLEASE HELP
I heard that the origin of espresso macchiato was so that the bartender knew that a particular coffee in a line of coffees was different – hotter or stronger or decaf – so it was marked – macchiato – with a tiny bit of milk foam. The term has been around for a long time apparently, so some say the milk would not have been textured or foamed, as the term predates espresso machines – but of course even heating milk in a saucepan makes it go a bit foamy. So it was to mark out that coffee, not to alter its taste. Any thoughts? Obviously a latte macchiato is a totally different drink and has resulted in considerable confusion.