Growth And Value What S The Difference

(38 votes, average: 3.63 out of 5)

While the majority of American investors understand the importance of diversifying across growth and value investments, few are able to achieve a passing grade on a test of their knowledge of the differences between the two, according to a new American Century Investments survey. Test your knowledge with the Growth & Value IQ quiz below: […]

Which Would You Rather Do Forex Or Daytrading

(18 votes, average: 3.44 out of 5)

Online trading is great way for serious investors to make money, but inexperienced traders often wind up with big losses. A good set of instructions can minimize the risks and save months of expensive trial-and-error learning. Day Trading Day Trading had its heyday during the bull market of the 1990’s. All the amateurs have since […]

Blue Chip Stocks Not A Poker Game

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Investing in conservative blue chip stocks may not have the allure of a hot high-tech investment, but it can be highly rewarding nonetheless, as good quality stocks have outperformed other investment classes over the long term. Historically, investing in stocks has generated a return, over time, of between 11 and 15 percent annually depending how […]

3 Steps To Profitable Stock Picking

(77 votes, average: 3.39 out of 5)

Stock picking is a very complicated process and investors have different approaches. However, it is wise to follow general steps to minimize the risk of the investments. This article will outline these basic steps for picking high performance stocks. Step 1. Decide on the time frame and the general strategy of the investment. This step […]

Profitable Trading System

(28 votes, average: 3.57 out of 5)

After you have found a profitable trading system that you already back-tested, how can you be sure that this system will produce the same gains in future? Nobody can predict the future, your system can easily make losses in next years or can be no tradable. There are some tests you must do before accepting […]

Stock Market Window Dressing The Art Of Looking Smart

(8 votes, average: 3.88 out of 5)

As investors, and we all are investors these days, it is important that we understand the idiosyncrasies of the Stock Market pricing data we use to help us in our decision making efforts. On Wall Street, investing can be a minefield for those who don’t take the time to appreciate why securities prices are at […]

Chasing Value Versus Growth

(11 votes, average: 4.09 out of 5)

A lot of opinions had been thrown regarding the benefit of value investing versus growth investing. The proponents of each styles of investing insists that their method is superior over the other. I believe that each has its own merit. Being a proponent of value investing, let me state the case for value investing. First, […]

Trading Systems For Metastock

(9 votes, average: 4.22 out of 5)

Trading systems for Metastock usually use indicators and oscillators known from the technical analysis. Apart form simple systems which are based on one or two indicators, there are also many complex platforms that are able to adapt themselves to the current market conditions. They recognize whether there is a trend or consolidation and choose the […]

Choosing A Stockbroker

(8 votes, average: 3.13 out of 5)

It is true that even though you can choose your own investments you must still use a stockbroker to execute the orders. You do not have to rely in their advice though it may be helpful. You can make your own selections but you will still require their services to invest. There was a time […]

How Stock Research Evaluation Is Processed

(7 votes, average: 3.86 out of 5)

Before shelling out a great part of your retirement savings to buy stocks, it is very important that you know exactly what type of investment are stocks investments. Stock investment is actually buying a small unit of ownership from a company. The stocks you bought from such company will provide you certain benefits like voting […]

Why Buy Stocks On Margin

(11 votes, average: 4.00 out of 5)

Buying on margin means that you are buying your stocks with borrowed money. If you are buying stocks outright, you pay $5,000 for 100 shares of a stock that costs $50 a share. They are yours. You’ve paid for them free and clear. But when you buy on margin, you are borrowing the money to […]

Blockbuster Miscalculated

(8 votes, average: 4.38 out of 5)

Blockbuster (BBI) is a perfect example of what can go wrong when you misread the industry trends and then realizing it, try desperately to catch up. In the period from late 2001 to 2002, Blockbuster was the leader in the video rental business. Its shares were trading at nearly $30 a share and its market-cap […]

How To Trade Stock Timing Is Everything

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The following article lists some simple, informative tips that will help you have a better experience with how to trade stock. Aim for the best timing in stock market trading. It is the only option for a successful stock market investor learning how to trade stock. In order to raise capital and invest in the […]

Stock Alert Program Satisfies Need For Speed

(7 votes, average: 4.57 out of 5)

Online investing continues to be popular among consumers, due in part to the fact that it meets most Americans’ requirements – it’s fast, easy and convenient. In fact, according to research conducted by business research firm JupiterResearch, online trading households are expected to grow from 17.3 million in 2005 to 22 million by 2010. With […]

Sensex Stock Market Simulation

(13 votes, average: 4.31 out of 5)

NASDAQ, Dow Jones, BSE & NSE; Do they ring any bell? They surely must have. Not every one knows what the color of money is, but what people do know is they want to feel more money and see more money. Another well known fact is that the ever increasing number of the average human […]

Winning Stocks Always Leave Foot Prints

(5 votes, average: 3.40 out of 5)

SIX STEPS and the IRREFUTABLE LAWS of the MARKET Every Investor and Trader MUST KNOW to Succeed Step 1: A move begins with the sponsors (smart traders) who have insider knowledge as it relates to a particular stock or market. This information will move a market up or down depending on the insiders’ information. These […]

Which Uranium Companies Are Leveraged For Increased Nuclear Energy Demand

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Summary: Sprott Asset Management uranium expert Kevin Bambrough talked with us about the “second leg” of the current uranium bull market. Bambrough names his favorite uranium companies, where he believes there is still room for growth. StockInterview: How does the major nuclear energy build up you envision impact uranium mining? Kevin Bambrough: I think, with […]

How To Use Annual Report

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There are many steps in calculating the fair value of a company. However, before we even do that, it is imperative to know how a company earns its profit. Does it do that by selling to consumers? licensing its technology to other companies? or extracting natural resources from the ground? The sensible way to do […]

Seasonal Trading Strategy For Stock Funds And Us Federal Employee Tsp 401k Retirement Accounts

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“Sell in May and Stay Away” Words to live and invest by? I don’t know who coined the phrase but I did a bit of research and yes this strategy would have worked out for you is you had implemented it over the life of the TSP retirement account. Of course we know past performance […]