Tag: hedge funds

George Soros Is Buying This Stock… Should You?

| October 8, 2009 | 0 Comments

I’m constantly looking for investment ideas.  Every day I’m running fundamental stock screens, scanning charts, and devouring the financial news.  It’s a full time job… fortunately for me, it is my job. In addition to the usual techniques, I also employ a less well known method for finding hidden gems.  I keep an eye on […]

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Will The Bank Stocks Soar?

| March 25, 2009 | 0 Comments

We all remember what happened the last time Treasury Secretary Geithner presented a bailout plan for the banks.  The Dow plunged 380 points.  It was a brutal, month long, downtrend to decade old lows. Before it was all over, the blue chip index had come within spitting distance of 6,500 and lost 21% of its […]

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Why Diversification’s Important To Your Portfolio

| January 2, 2009 | 0 Comments

These last few weeks, it’s been all over the news.  Bernie Madoff … “made-off” with billions of dollars of his investors’ money.  His giant Ponzi scheme ran for more than 30 years.  It finally crumbled at the end of last year.  I can’t believe the number of people caught in his web of deception.  The […]

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Large Funds’ End Of Quarter Trading Impacts Market

| March 26, 2008 | 0 Comments

I just got off the phone with Southwest Airlines. Booking a flight to San Francisco was a breeze. I’m flying out to the bay area in April for a wedding. A good friend, Babe (yes that’s his real name) is settling down, tying the knot and marrying the girl of his dreams. While sorting out […]

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