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by egdcltd
6 years ago
What Should You Do with Dividend Income from Stocks, Shares and Unit Trusts?

Should you reinvest dividends received from shares and funds and, if so, should you directly reinvest the money or not?

Business & Money
by Trevor
6 years ago
How to Choose an Online Brokerage

For the beginner or the experienced trader who is looking to switch or upgrade online brokerages. Easy to follow steps on what to look for, how to compare, and most importantly which online broker to go with.

Business & Money
by Lionel
6 years ago
How To Start Investing: 13 Strategies I Used To Save Money, Invest And Reinvest

When I began trading stocks in 1999, I was hemhorraging money. Brokers would take $50 from me for every small purchase -- a total of $100 by the time I sold -- and try not to laugh. It took a stock meltdown in 2000 and a few recommendations to break me free from my downward spiral, but in 2013 I've earned approximately 50% in returns on my portfolio, before commissions and taxes, through several methods. Here's how I stopped the bleeding, got back into the market, and made my money.

Business & Money
by AmenValo
6 years ago
Stocks and Holding Shares

This article touches on what a stock is and being a shareholder.

Business & Money
by AmenValo
6 years ago
Best Dividend Paying Stocks

This article goes over some over the best dividend stocks.

Business & Money
by egdcltd
6 years ago
Investing in Stocks and Shares for Income

Picking stocks in invest in for dividend income is not the same as picking those for a quick capital profit. Stability and continuity are more important.

Business & Money
by ImJusSaiyan
6 years ago
You Don't Know Roth: Why Opening a Roth IRA is Vital for Long Term Financial Security

Why opening a Roth IRA now will garner you security in your future

Business & Money
by egdcltd
7 years ago
Investing in the Stock Markets Using Tracker Funds

Mutual funds and unit trusts are an easy way of investing in many different shares without having lots of money. Many of these under perform the stock markets though. Index tracker funds offer lower management fees and often better performance.

Business & Money
by Big Nate
7 years ago
5 Disturbing Facts About Mutual Funds That Will Keep You Up At Night

Mutual Funds are one of the most popular investment vehicles out there, but there some shady secrets that the investing community would rather have you not know about.

Business & Money
by REDizon
7 years ago
Beginning Investor...Put your Pants on First!

Saving and investing your hard earned money can be a great way to safeguard your financial future. The key to investing successfully is to establish a repeatable process and turning this into a habit. You don't build Rome in a day and it is the same for the principle of building wealth. Investing successfully requires a step by step approach, slowly and surely building your financial peace and security. Let's take a look at these steps.

Business & Money
by REDizon
7 years ago
Net Unrealized Appreciation, NUA, What is it?

Having accomplished a lot of financial planning for Silicon Valley executives in Palo Alto and San Jose, the concept of Net Unrealized Appreciation became a topic of importance for those who hold a lot of company stock. Oftentimes, significant value of company stock are held in qualified retirement plans such as 401k. Failing to understand your options for your stock can result in excess taxes that could have been avoided. So what is Net Unrealized Appreciation, or NUA, and what are the most important aspects of this that should be understood?

Business & Money
by Hikapo
7 years ago
Basic Candlestick Formations for Chart Pattern Traders

A look at some basic candlestick formations that traders commonly use for trading.

Business & Money
by aronnax
7 years ago
Finding The Right Stocks For Your Portfolio

Investing in stocks can be a daunting task due to the shear amount of companies to choose from. How do you know who to invest with? This article will discuss how to find the right stocks for your portfolio

Business & Money
by IndianSummer
7 years ago
Dividend vs. Growth Stocks: What is the Difference and Which is Right for Your Investment Portfolio?

When purchasing stocks for your portfolio, one of the most important attributes to take into consideration is whether the asset is a dividend stock or a growth stock. Not only can the decision be important in regards to the amount of money you make on your investment, but it is usually best made while considering the goals of your portfolio. Each individual's financial goals are important and knowing how and why to differentiate between these two classes of stock is an important step in making sure that your investments are serving you well.

Business & Money
by Mizar31
7 years ago
Coach Inc: An undervalued Luxury Brand

This article illustrates why Coach Inc (COH) is an undervalued stock and could be a potential multi-bagger for investors

Business & Money
by Mizar31
7 years ago
7 Top Stocks Owned by Value Investors Every Investor Should Know

The article talk about cloning as a stock investment strategy and explore the top 7 stocks bought by value investors in Q1 2013

Business & Money
by Mizar31
7 years ago
What Warren Buffett Can Teach Us About Position Sizing

investing is making a long series of bets. But how does one decide how much to place on each betting or investment opportunity? This article seeks to introduce the idea of Kelly Criterion, a formula to determine position size.

Business & Money
by aronnax
7 years ago
Safety Trumps Risk In The Stock Market Today

The stock market is at an all time high, but many signs both worldwide and back here in the USA point to a very rough ride ahead. This article will talk about how to protect yourself in the coming turmoil ahead

Business & Money
by Omar
7 years ago
Stock Market Investing 101 - You May Be Kicking Yourselves In 10 Years

A friend of mine wrote an interesting Facebook post about how he missed out on an opportunity to invest in Apple Computer at $8 a share. The fact of the matter is everyday stock market investors and people who are scared to invest in the stock market are missing out on investment opportunities. This articles highlights several companies that you could have invested in 2002 and made money 10 years later.

Business & Money
by IndianSummer
7 years ago
The Difference Between Commodities and Stocks as Investments

This article covers the difference between commodities and stocks as investment options.  In this article, we'll go over the differences and similarities between the two forms of investments and how they relate to the individual investor and personal finance.  

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