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Does Following Warren Buffett’s Investments Really Do Any Good?

Every so often we read an article about how you should invest like Warren Buffett in order to achieve success in the stock market. But, does following Warren Buffett’s investments really do any good or is it simply better to imitate his approach? After all when Buffet invests a few billion in a company its price commonly goes up. And, investing just after the stock price goes up is not an especially good idea. The Street just published an article about how to invest like Warren Buffett.
In a letter to his Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A – Get Report) (BRK.B – Get […]

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What Companies Will Do Better for You than Amazon or Netflix?

As an overpriced market shows sign of a correction where can you put your money next? What companies will do better for you than Amazon or Netflix? We recently wrote about if there are any investment bargains these days and looked at small cap stocks, offshore investing and little-followed stocks where you can be ahead of the pack. CNBC looks at life sciences stocks that could make Amazon and Netflix look dull.
The obscure S&P life sciences subsector is up 41 percent this year compared to the less than 36 percent gain in Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet, on an equal-weighted […]

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Are You a Passive or Active Investor?

As the stock market rally grows older the time will come when the high tech and large cap stocks that are leading will have problems. Then passive investors who simply put money in a fund that tracks the S&P 500 will be in trouble. Are you a passive or active investor? Do you just let the market do your thinking or do you do intrinsic stock value analysis of the items in your portfolio? According to CNBC active is now outpacing passive investing.
In the perennial race between active and passive investment management, there are signs of a shift. After several […]

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Nothing Seems to Scare Investors These Days

The market has been going up and many stocks seem overpriced. Then back to back hurricanes hit Texas and Florida as the crazy dictator in North Korea develops nuclear weapons and threatens his neighbors. One might expect one of more of these issues to be the straw that breaks the camel’s back and sends the market into correction. But nothing seems to scare investors these days. The Guardian notes that markets hit record highs after short lived concern about hurricanes and nukes. All of the details of damage from storms and potential war on the Korean peninsula do not seem […]

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What Should You Invest in After Hurricanes Harvey and Irma?

As hurricane Irma bears down on the Caribbean with Florida in its sights are there stocks you should be selling and are there stocks you should buy? The Washington Post writes that Korea and back to back major hurricanes have driven the market down. As stocks skid over worries what should you invest in after hurricanes Harvey and Irma?
Major stock indices closed down more than 1 percent Tuesday as traders worldwide reacted to a rapid escalation of the North Korean nuclear crisis, a second powerful hurricane barreling toward U.S. shores in as many weeks and a looming political fight over […]

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How Much of a Threat is North Korea to Your Investments?

The North Korean nuclear threat is in the news again with more testing of bombs and launching of missiles. The leader of North Korea seems bent on developing these weapons and no one wants to call his bluff for fear of starting a war on the Korean Peninsula. Meanwhile how much of a threat is North Korea to your investments? The Telegraph writes about how this situation affects financial markets.
Rising tensions around North Korea after it announced its sixth test of a hydrogen bomb has sent investors switching out of equities and searching for safe havens in the form of […]

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How Much Should You Pay to Protect Your Portfolio?

The stock market seems to have peaked and may be ready for a substantial correction. How much should you pay in terms of lost opportunity in order to protect your portfolio? Bloomberg writes that many investors are moving from stocks to bonds which they describe as a bear market signal.
Risks are stacking up for markets attempting to recover from the latest provocation by North Korea and the mounting damage of Tropical Storm Harvey.
Citigroup Inc. strategists including Jeremy Hale cite “worrying developments” that may signal the approach of a correction in stocks, while Commerzbank AG finds growing evidence of bearish sentiment […]

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What Happens to Your Investments in a Leadership Vacuum?

There are times when foreigners may have a better perspective of the USA and its stock market than Americans. The US stock market has had a good run but many stocks are getting pricey. That by itself is a good reason to pull a little money out of the market. But another insight comes from a private sector pension fund in Finland. Bloomberg reports that these folks are selling US stocks because there is no president in the U.S.
A leadership vacuum in the world’s biggest economy has driven the largest private-sector pension fund in Finland to cut the weight of […]

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Are There Any Investment Bargains These Days?

The stock market keeps going up and many big name stocks seem overpriced. Are there any investment bargains these days in overlooked stocks, sectors or markets? USA Today writes about small cap stocks, their promise and their risks.
If you don’t currently have holdings in these stocks or related funds, it might be time to add some to your portfolio. Small caps can diversify portfolios and bring higher growth potential albeit with higher risks.
Because small cap stocks are often new companies with growth potential they may be investment bargains or they may be death traps because of their narrow focus. As […]

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How Much Will It Cost You to Stay in the Market?

Ron Paul, the perennial libertarian presidential candidate is in the news for predicting that the stock market will fall by 25% or even 50% within the next twelve months. Market Watch writes about Paul’s assertion that stocks may get chopped in half within the year.
Last month, libertarian and multiple campaigner for president Ron Paul made headlines with his gloomy prediction that the stock market, plagued by an overrated recovery for the U.S. economy, could plunge 25% by October.
Obviously, not much in the way of positive news has come along since then to change his views. In fact, he just took […]

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