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How Much Does An Earnings Report Tell You?

Corporations bombard average Americans with a vicious mix of half-truths and outright lies every moment of every day.  You turn on the television and see fast-food burgers ...

Where, oh Where is a Safe Place for Your Money Today?

With the bull market about to collapse and traditional save havens paying nothing, where can you put your money while waiting for the inevitable downturn? There was a time ...

Avoid Being Sheared! Use Hedging to Reduce Downside Risk

To the uninitiated, hedging may seem like a complex strategy reserved for sophisticated traders, but it is actually a very simple way for any portfolio manager to control their ...

Stops, Limits and Market Orders and Other Tools of the Trade

The Mechanics of the Trading Process Now that you have decided to manage your own portfolio, you need to be your own mechanic. Just like working on your own car there are ...

Divide and Conquer - Sun Tzu on the art of Investing

If we think of investing as a combination of art and military science, then who better to consult than Sun Tzu and other giants of military science? Written over twenty five ...

To DRIP or Not to DRIP - 13 Strategies for Picking Winning Stocks

Money and Financial Issues Leading Cause of Stress Although it’s true that in a well-balanced life finance comes after faith, family, friends, fitness, and fun, ...

Is Your Nest Egg Enough to Carry You Through Your Retirement Years?

Managing Your Portfolio Now That You are Retired You worked so hard to build your nest egg and now that you are retired, you want to hold onto as much of it as you can. Your ...

What Not to Buy in 2015

Today we're going to talk about a few areas investors should avoid in 2015. First let me share one of the most unlikely -- and instructive -- success stories you'll ...

What to Buy in 2015

The dollar is up. Unemployment is down. Profits are rolling in. Inflation's in check. Sounds like a recipe for yet another good year for investors, right? ...

When the Going Gets Tough, Don't Lose Sight of the Fundamentals

Remember Why You Invested in Stocks in the First Place There are many reasons you may have invested in stocks. You may be looking to grow your wealth through ...

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