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Investors Facing Crude Facts

Investors Facing Crude Facts

Shell-shocked investors are shifting their attention away from tariffs to the world’s most important commodity — crude oil. The U.S. and China are locked in a brutal struggle on trade policy, but they agree on at least one thing: they’d like to see lower oil prices. President Trump recently declared as much, complaining in a tweet […]

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Separating Real News From Fake News In The Stock Market

| June 1, 2018 | 0 Comments
Separating Real News From Fake News In The Stock Market

For an investor trying to build wealth, the massive amount of news coming out of the financial media can be contradictory and confusing. Investors sometimes don’t realize that there are two sides to every stock trade. The seller doesn’t want to own the shares for a range or reasons, and the buyer does so with […]

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What Is Value Investing?

What Is Value Investing?

Value Investing is a stock investing methodology that is practiced by many successful investors and some of the wealthiest people in the world such as Warren Buffett. So what exactly is this value investing that led Warren Buffett to be so rich? In Value Investing, you are essentially buying stocks — which essentially is a part ownership in a business […]

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3 Earnings Beats — And What It Means For Stocks Still To Report

3 Earnings Beats — And What It Means For Stocks Still To Report

A look forward into earnings season requires a rearview mirror Earnings season is easily the most exciting time for stock market investors. Companies report their quarterly numbers, and give investors new information to digest. Investors digest that information, and then react accordingly by either buying or selling the accompanying stock. As such, there is a […]

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2 High-Yield Dividend Stocks To Buy Before The Next Correction

| January 24, 2018 | 0 Comments
2 High-Yield Dividend Stocks To Buy Before The Next Correction

At least several times a week, I get a note from a newsletter subscriber or other investor who has heard a stock market correction or bear market is coming soon. The next statement is that the investor either plans to sell his stocks until prices drop or wait for the prices to drop before buying […]

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The Little Market That Could

| October 23, 2017 | 0 Comments
The Little Market That Could

So what do you think of the market?  Why are both actual and implied volatility so low?  Why are the moves so small, but predominantly up?  Is this the closest impression of the Chinese Water Torture that a stock market can pull off? Why doesn’t the market care about external and internal risks?  Doesn’t it […]

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8 Money Tips That Will Change Your Life Forever

| September 15, 2017 | 0 Comments
8 Money Tips That Will Change Your Life Forever

That is the goal, right? To finally have enough money to live your life the way you want. A life where you don’t have to worry about deadlines, or your bossy boss or an annoying colleague. A life of where you have the time to travel, make new friends, dine in the best restaurants. In […]

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3 Seasonally Weak Healthcare Stocks This Summer

3 Seasonally Weak Healthcare Stocks This Summer

Although the stock market has defied gravity for longer than most bears can tolerate, some healthcare stocks are entering a period of seasonal weakness. Acorda Therapeutics [ACOR] Acorda Therapeutics is not a familiar name to most traders but it is flashing warning signs that a compelling short stock or bearish play is on the horizon. The company […]

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What Billionaires Understand About Compounding

What Billionaires Understand About Compounding

Most investors who have been around the block for a while think they understand compounding. You’ve heard it all before that when portfolio returns compound over time, the growth of a portfolio is exponential. But few investors understand the power of compounding the way billionaires do, especially long term value investors. To increase the size […]

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Five Reasons Not To Sell In May

Five Reasons Not To Sell In May

Key Takeaways “Sell in May and go away” has become cliché, but the data are tough to ignore. Market strength heading into this seasonally weak period and broad participation in the global bull market help reduce the chances of a major sell-off. Additionally, low odds of a recession, improving earnings, and historically strong gains after […]

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