How to Add Shares to a Profitable Position by Chris Perruna
... I bought an additional 130 shares and added them to my original position of 320 shares for a total of 450 shares and a total cost of $19,318.80 (minus all fees, etc…). Now, take a look at how this works (it doesn’t work perfectly every time but this time I kept the numbers round): Using the position sizing calculator; plug in a portfolio value of $110,000, a risk of 1.5%, stop loss of 8% and an average cost basis of $45.83 What do you get? Amazing: a position size of $20,625 or 450 shares.
How to Set (and Get) the Right Prices by Jay Lipe
... Plus very few companies make attendant cost reductions, so margins erode. And when you try to raise prices again, customers who bought at the lower prices will expect to get more value factors for the additional price. A better strategy is to maintain your current prices while seeking cost reductions to maintain your margins. Another bad pricing decision “If I drop my price to $15, then will you buy?” Here, you signal to a buyer that your list prices are not final.
Surfing Without a Wetsuit by Helen Rowe
... So please question not only whether a website is a business but what kind of business it is. One method is to look for a registered trading address and number if it is selling you a produce, property or a service, if it is offering information find the source; hopefully our friend Google will help track this down and then you can verify it. I don’t want to go back to the days of pawing over books to get wanted information; the computer is a very powerful, fast tool.
Craft Show Organizing 101 by Lauren Sorgaard
... I am going to give you a few basic tips and some tricks of the trade to help make your show go smoothly and hopefully successfully. The first and most important thing is to be sure to read the rules and regulations of the show. The last thing you want to do is show up and set your table up with fancy lighting only to find out that you weren’t allowed to use 1000 strings of lights. Take careful note of whether or not they supply an electric source, exactly how much space you are allowed to ...
Evaluating Stocks: Fundamentals and Technical Analysis by Ray Johns
... Because "Wall Street" is made up of everyone who is invested in - or may invest in - the stock market, their collective knowledge about any specific stock and/or the market is such that this mass of people and combined knowledge (i.e. Wall Street) can valuate securities nearly instantaneously and far more accurately than any single individual. As such, in the mind of the Technician, it follows that there must be no need to use something as "archaic" as Fundamental Analysis to value a stock, ...
Circuit City by Felicity Bryant
... Even the mp3 players and iPods can be purchased at much lower prices, for the discounts offered at the site is surely going to save what you would have invested otherwise in buying the stuff otherwise. Not only this, the site offers discounts o shipping as well. It gives you free shopping for any order that is greater than $25, so that now you can purchase all you have looked for without paying anything additional.