By Mark Crisp
You needed a broker to help you understand what you were spending your money and their time doing.
Brokers used to hate screening. Why? Well brokers only get pair commissions when they actually sell your stocks. For that matter they only get good commissions when they sell your stocks...
Posted at 04/15/2008 08:04;
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By James Mcinnes
If you are looking for an advanced way to make your stock predictions, then stock-trading software may be just what you are looking for. Many companies now offer their own versions of it, all you need to do is to find one with the features you want. Here...
Posted at 04/08/2008 05:04;
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by Tony Clifton
Investing in mutual funds is simple activity, but most investors still do it the wrong way. Have you heard the phrase "Mutual funds simply don't work!"?
So many times.
If you expect that just throwing few thousands into the best performing fund in your country will make you successful, then...
Posted at 01/18/2008 06:01;
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By John O'byrne
The Mutual Fund industry has been a marketing juggernaut since the mid-1980's. Billions of dollars have been deposited into mutual funds, but that decision by many investors may have cost them more than they realized. There are many reasons why mutual funds are not everything they...
Posted at 10/20/2007 07:10;
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By Stuart Mcconnachie
There are a few common variables to assess when evaluating a stock:
1) Profitability: Does the company make a lot of money? 2) Growth: past, present, future—major driver of stock price 3) Financial Health: Strong Balance Sheet—the company can weather a storm. 4) Value: the stock...
Posted at 09/28/2007 23:09;
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By Roy MacNaughton
How many hours did you spend last month wading through the data quagmire -- that unending labyrinth of data dealing with all the various aspects of those stocks you're following? If you're one of those who like to manage his or her own portfolio and are interested in...
Posted at 09/27/2007 03:09;
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By Keith Lee Yong Ming
Stocks can be classified in terms of their size, small, medium and large cap stocks.
Capitalization can be referred to as the market value of the company.
We derived the market value of a company by multiplying market price of stock by the number of outstanding...
Posted at 09/05/2007 02:09;
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By Doug Tucker
The ETF, or Exchange Traded Fund, has grown from consisting of a handful of broad-based index products, to now consisting of hundreds of products representing almost every conceivable investment theme or idea. Volume has expanded on many of the issues, making them some of the most liquid trading...
Posted at 08/08/2007 05:08;
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By Tim Gorman
Are you looking to make money off the stock market? Everybody wants to invest in stock and become rich, but they do not always know how to do that. Here are some stock investing tips that will help you to earn money trading stock online.
Before we begin you...
Posted at 12/31/1969 18:12;
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by Roger Overanout
When you first consider investing in the stock market it can seem to be a very intimidating prospect, one of the most important things that you have to do is research into the stocks you're considering investing in.
The following five vital tips about stock market will help you.
Posted at 06/20/2007 04:06;
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