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Archive for August, 2012


Samsung Losses from the Patent Suit

In our article – Ban Samsung Products from the USA – we discussed the high tech patent wars occasioned by the Google sponsored Android platform. It turns out that Samsung lost the law suit in California while winning one in Korea. Surprised? Anyway Apple is drawing up a laundry list of products that it wants […]

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Search for Undervalued Stocks

A reliable way to make money by investing in the stock market is to search for undervalued stocks. Investors make money by way of stock dividends and by way of capital appreciation. Both means of making a profit in the stock market are improved by a success search for undervalued stocks. Long term profits come […]

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Weaker Manufacturing in the US Drives Stocks Down

Stocks in the USA fell recently on the news of a fall off in the manufacturing sector. Lower orders for items such as computers and industrial equipment suggests that companies are holding off on spending. As weaker manufacturing in the US drives stocks down what is an investor to do? As always fundamental analysis is […]

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Investing for Retirement

If you are looking for a good return on your investment in stocks you ask yourself, what is the best investment for my money? This is a fair question but there is no single best answer. If you are investing for retirement as opposed to investing for shorter term gains you will take different approaches. […]

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Make Money by Investing

Despite the fresh memory of the 2008 stock market crash it still possible to make money by investing in stocks. In order to make money by investing it is necessary to learn to do fundamental analysis of potential investments. In stock investing this involves finding the intrinsic value and margin of safety of a stock. […]

Despite the fresh memory of the 2008 stock market crash it still possible to make money by investing in stocks.

Invest during an Asian Economic Slowdown

Recently Japanese economic growth came in at half the expected strength. Chinese production is down. The European debt crisis holds the possibility that a Greek financial collapse will lead to bankruptcy of economies across the Euro Zone southern tier. Considering that a lot of money has followed growth in Asia the next question seems to […]

Considering that a lot of money has followed growth in Asia the next question seems to be where to invest during an Asian economic slowdown?

Profit by Using Fundamental Analysis

A wise long term investor uses fundamental analysis in order to profitably anticipate his return on investment. To profit by using fundamental analysis an investor looks at the financial statements of a company, considers its management, and appraises how strong a position the company holds in its market sector. Investors profit in using fundamental analysis […]

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Higher Employment Drives Up Stock Prices

When promising Department of Labor statistics come in, higher employment drives up stock prices. When the figures are not so good stock prices typically fall. The former was the case recently. The United States saw an increase of 172,000 jobs in the private sector while continuing government cutbacks took away 9,000 jobs. The commonly quoted […]

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Binary Options Trading Risk Management

As with any financial investment, there is a level of risk involved in binary option trading. While a single trade has the potential to generate an enormous profit in an instant, there is also the possibility of losing everything just as quickly. This is why binary option trading is often called all or nothing trading, […]

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What is Intrinsic Stock Value?

In the aftermath of the stock market crash of 1929 in the early days of the Great Depression Benjamin Graham introduced the concept of value investing. No longer would those buying and selling stocks need to act like they were at the casino. With the concepts of intrinsic value and margin of safety Graham taught […]

The father of value investing, Benjamin Graham, taught investors to consider intrinsic value of stocks. With this in mind just what is intrinsic stock value?

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