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Good News By: Al Thomas
As the man said, "I've got some good news and I've got some bad news. What do you want to hear first?" It was replied, "Tell me the good news first". The good news is that they are going to make some changes in the mutual fund industry reporting to ...
SmallCap Stocks The Beginning of the Journey By: Glenn Dahlke
When an individual investor wants to roll up his sleeves and do some research in the pursuit of the next big winner in the stock market, the place many start is in the small cap sector.As with the other capitulation sizes (capitalization is a stock's market value), no one can ...
Wash Sale Rule and IRS Schedule d a Major Headache for Active Traders and Investors By: David Eich
Of all the accounting tasks required for active traders to file their taxes, calculating wash sales has to be the most daunting. When trading the same stocks over and over again, buying and selling unequal share amounts, making small gains and losses, hundreds or thousands of wash sales are inevitably ...
What a Mutual Fund Can not Provide You By: Hans Bool
Stock vs Mutual fundsAre you looking for something that you want to commit to? Something that provides a real business engagement, than you should invest in stock.Mutual funds are great. They help you spread your risk. They provide rest overnight. You can buy-and-hold them for years or trade them actively. ...
Pension Plans By: Al Thomas
If you have a pension plan at work you will want to read this and if you don't you will still want to because it affects your retirement account.There are two kinds of formal retirement plans that are set in place by employers. The least complicated is the Defined Contribution ...
WalMart Discount Store Discounted Stock By: Charlie Tian
As GuruFocus updates the stock buys and sells of gurus, Wal-Mart (WMT), the discount retail giant, stands out as the stock with a high ValueRank (7 out of 10). Just recently, Clipper Fund's James Gipson and T. Rowe Price Equity Income Fund's Brian Rogers bought Wal-Mart.Oakmark's legendary fund manager Bill ...
Uranium to Head North of 500Pound By: James Finch
Legendary stock picker James Dines recently compared uranium stocks to the high-flying net stocks of the halcyon days of the Internet expansion era. While the much-hyped and fleeting Y2K crisis never materialized, the U.S. energy crisis for highly sought uranium has been developing for more than twenty years. Still early ...
Staying Sane While Wall Street Crashes By: David Leonhardt
Everybody is riding the Wall Street Roller coaster. Even if you are not invested, the headlines scream out one word: PANIC!It's hard not to join in the panicking. The Panic Crowd seems to be having all the fun these days. But they don't have all the happiness. ...
Avoiding Common Stock Market Scams By: John Mussi
It seems that there are more and more scams and dishonest deals in the news every day? and it may appear that no one is safe. Many people put off making investments that could make a lot of money down the road because of the fear of stock market scams, ...
Does Japan Matter By: Al Thomas
For the last 12 years we have seen the Japanese stock market slowly sinking from a high of 38,000 to about 8,000, more than a 75% loss and very close to the price of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Why should we care about their stock market?Please understand that the ...
Adding Funds By: Al Thomas
Someday you may want to retire and continue to live in the life style to which you have become accustomed. According to conventional wisdom you will need less money because you will have fewer expenses than when you had to go to the office every day. Maybe. Let's hope so.Unfortunately, ...
How Much Information Do You Need By: Al Thomas
You have decided to buy some stock or mutual funds, but wonder which one to buy. You need more information so you call your broker for advice. A so-called ?full service? broker will bury you with all kinds of reports, analysis sheets and other pretty pieces of paper, but will ...
Your Prey for 2006 By: Hari Wibowo
As 2005 comes to an end, investors celebrate the coming new year and bring new expectation with it. As investors, we try to sell our losing investment before the year ends and sell our winning investments after the new year. This is to receive the benefit of early tax deduction ...
The Secret to More Winning Trades is as Simple as Avoiding This Common Mistake By: James Clay
If you're a normal human being, your need to feel good about yourself probably causes you to sell your winners too soon ? and -- your need to avoid feelings of regret, causes you to hang on to your losers too long.At one time or another, we're all guilty of ...
Discover the Biggest Trading Investing Online Mistake By: David Jenyns
Any online investor / trader seeks an excellent off or online future trading career opportunity. Despite this goal, did you know 95 percent of all traders go broke within the first two months? Why do investors lose vast amounts of wealth in one or more of the following markets ...
Understanding the Bulls and the Bears By: Mika Hamilton
If you've ever flipped on the television to CNN Financial or paged through the finance section of your local newspaper, you may have seen or heard references made to 'the bulls and the bears.? If you didn't know what was meant by those terms, you're about to find out. ...
Understanding The Stock Market By: Jeff Lakie
Many people look to the stock market to enhance their hard-earned money more and more each year. Some people are not even aware of their investments, because they can come in the form of pensions with their place of employment. The company invests this money in efforts to increase your ...
Economists By: Al Thomas
In today's volatile and confusing stock markets everyone is searching for a guru who knows which way the market is going and when. Ask any economist and he will have an answer. Ask 2 economists and you will have 2 answers. Ask 3 economists - ad infinitum.At the Federal Reserve ...
Investment Attorneys and Garbage Stocks By: Lance Winslow
How is it possible that trash Companies are posting less than expected results? Trash Companies are thought of by prudish investors as some of the safest stocks to own. Ask Warren in his Buffet of Essays on Corporate America. Companies which service the needs of the people tend to stay ...
Stock Market Insanity By: Al Thomas
Let's first define insanity. It is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. And that is what most investors do and they can't understand why they are not able to make money in the stock market.Do these investors need a psychiatrist, a psychologist, a talk ...
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