Should You Wait On Volume Before Buying A Stock? by Larry Potter
... In years gone buy, live people, making big decisions would make a move to buy stocks, and as they were buying other managers would see the action and they'd buy and so on and so on. Often volume and price appreciation "grew" on each other. But today, it's computers. Really bright fellows with slide rules (well, maybe little calculators now) and degrees decide what is the "buy area" and sell area for a basket of stocks, based on all sorts of parameters, some of which you'd never know of.
Preparing Your Culinary Masterpiece by Shawn P
... All-purpose flour, cornstarch (for thickening gravy), assorted noodles and pasta, rice, oils (vegetable, olive, peanut), vinegar (white wine, red wine, apple cider, plain distilled), canned soups (beef broth, chicken broth, tomato, cream of mushroom), assorted spices and flavorings (dried minced onion, oregano for Italian dishes, salt, pepper, any others you like.)Buy small quantities on new items and taste test before stocking up. Other good things to keep on hand.
This Year's School Supply List -- With Plenty of Scrantrons by Greg Gagliardi
... After stocking up on additional charcoal and likely a charcoal eraser, otherwise known as your hand, consider buying this year's newest graphing calculator. You may be thinking, "But I just bought the newest model of last year. This year's model seems exactly the same." And that is true, but consider this: do you want to be the laughing stock at school for something besides wearing your underwear on the wrong side of your pants? I didn't think so
The Skinny on Mutual Fund Investing by Mika Hamilton
... A mutual fund is actually a company that operates by taking money from a group of investors (all those that buy the fund) and then invests it in stocks or bonds, short term money market instruments, securities, options, or some combination of these investments. If the investments pay off, the investors make money. Because most mutual funds are run by people with a certain amount of financial savvy and stock market experience, mutual fund investing is often considered rather safe, but the ...
Retirement May Not Look Great to Some by Martin Lukac
... Stocks go down. People get sick or injured and have to retire early. Be prepared. Many people put off their savings because they don't want to think of retirement right now. They think it is too far away to plan for. "I'll simply catch up later" -- I hear that all the time. This thinking only hurts you. Even if all you can afford to put towards savings right now is $100 a month, do it. The power of compounding interest and the extra time will lesson your burden over time, even into retirement.
Evaluating Stocks: Fundamentals and Technical Analysis by Ray Johns
... For the Fundamental Analyst, once an undervalued security is found, it's simply a matter of buying the stock and waiting for the market to realize the "more accurate" value of the security (assuming of course he/she is correct in their assumptions). Find a cheap security, buy it and become rich. If only it were that simple. Or perhaps it is? Just ask Mr. Buffett. If the definitive work on Fundamental Analysis is provided by Graham and Dodd, then perhaps the definitive work on Technical ...
The Stock Exchange - A Beginners Guide by Stuart Langridge
... Of all the development stocks I could have bought, these actually did develop and do make products. They just don't make profits yet - years after I bought. One of my development picks actually dominates the bluetooth market. That's right, I invested in the company that developed much of the bluetooth technology we use today! How could it not make a bundle of money? Am I a genius or what? Years later, I am still down 65%. Another has an amazing fuel saving device for gear boxes in cars, ...
Foreclosure Investing Is Dead...Or Is It? by Tom Dunn
... Let those other suckers lose their shirts, you’ll stick with safer investments like the stock market and pork belly futures, thank you very much. Real estate investing is dead. or is it? If foreclosure investing is truly dead for many people, people who have experienced similar nightmares to the one I described above, the fact is it's not truly their fault. Yes, I know that they bear the ultimate responsibility for their own mistakes, and they should have done their homework before taking ...