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Archive for January, 2015


Panama Canal Expansion Update January 2015

The Panama Canal Expansion project was pronounced 84% complete at the end of 2014 by the Panama Canal Authority. The Panama Canal Expansion is the largest project at the Canal since its original construction. The project will create a new lane of traffic along the Canal through the construction of a new set of locks, […]

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Profit from an Overpriced Stock Market

There is increasing concern about the fact that stock valuations are at a ten year high. CNBC reports that prices have maintained despite lower earnings. The S&P 500’s price-to-earnings ratio, which compares the price of the S&P to analyst projections of what S&P companies will earn over the next 12 months, has risen to 16.6, […]

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Swiss Franc Investment Fallout

If you are a European homeowner, especially in Eastern Europe, who has a mortgage denominated in Swiss francs you are up the proverbial creek without a paddle! The BBC reports that 37% of all mortgages in Poland are denominated in francs and the franc just went up in value by more than twenty percent against […]

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Chinese Stock Margin Trading

We recently noted that the Chinese switch from real estate to stocks has helped fuel a recent boom in the Shanghai stock market. It turns out that Chinese stock margin trading is also part of the equation. CNN notes that the Shanghai Composite index had its worst day in years when the government discovered and […]

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Rush to Buy Bonds

The stock market seems ready to fall and there is a rush to buy bonds. Bloomberg reports that bonds jump up in price as stocks slip. “It’s a lot of little factors here that add up to one big mess, frankly,” said Michael Block, chief equity strategist at Rhino Trading Partners LLC in New York. […]

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How Low Will Stocks Fall?

As crude oil has fallen to half its price of six months ago we have posed the question when to buy oil stocks? Now that the energy sector is pulling stocks down across the board the question is how low will stocks fall before the market stabilizes? Investors are concerned that the low price of […]

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Sell Overpriced Stocks

The stock market is taking a hit as investors choose to sell overpriced stocks at the start of 2015. Fundamental analysis of intrinsic stock value is how successful long term investors determine whether to buy stocks with value or sell overpriced stocks. A common approach is to compare the P/E ratio of a stock with […]

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Buy or Sell European Stocks

Is it time to buy or sell European stocks? Bloomberg covers the news as European stocks decline three days in a row. The Stoxx 600 lost 2.2 percent yesterday, closing down 4.8 percent from an almost seven-year high last month, amid a slump in energy shares and growing concern over Greece as Prime Minister Antonis […]

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Three Investing Mistakes to Avoid

The stock market has been on an upward climb for the last six years. By two years ago it recovered all losses from the 2008 crash. The US economy is growing at an annualized five percent. What could go wrong? The answer is, lots of things could go wrong. Fundamental analysis of your investments is […]

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Will Higher Interest Rates Hurt Stocks?

Odds are that the US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates in 2015. Will higher interest rates hurt stocks? In the wake of the market crash of 2008 and the worst recession in three quarters of a century the actions of the Fed are widely credited with saving the United States from another Great Depression. […]

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