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Archive for the ‘Value Investing’ Category


What Can You Invest in and Not Get Hurt by a Trade War?

Of late we have written about switching investment focus from growth to value as we have been ruminating about the possibility of a stock market crash, economic recession, and collapse of the real estate market, all caused by a trade war. Materials stocks have been hurt by Trump’s announcement of tariffs on steel and aluminum. The bull market has been historic and is likely to cool off if we are lucky and collapse if we are not. How can you invest and not get hurt by a trade war? Our sister site, Profitable Trading Tips, provided a few ideas in […]

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Large, Medium, or Small Cap Investments

This has been a historic stock market rally. And, all bull markets correct or crash in the end. With this bit of truth in mind we have been writing about how to deal with your investments before there are substantial corrections or even crashes of the stock and real estate markets. A good choice is to switch your investment focus from growth to value.
The unique financial conditions of the last several years have been ideal for high tech growth stocks, the FANG group especially. But, now that conditions are changing, growth stocks are overpriced and at risk for a major […]

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Learn How to Invest Your Money When Markets Are Uncertain

The financial meltdown of 2008 was devastating for the majority of home owners and investors. How is it that when the real estate and stock markets were overbought and became volatile in 2007 and 2008 that investors did not take their profits and find safe investments or simply hold cash? At the start of 2009 Business Insider wrote that America lost $10.2 Trillion in 2008.
U.S. homeowners lost a cumulative $3.3 trillion in home equity during 2008, according to a report from Zillow. (MortgageWire.)
One in six homeowners is now underwater on their mortgage.
The stock market erased $6.9 trillion in shareholder wealth […]

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Switch Your Investment Focus from Growth to Value

Unless the stock market stages an unexpected late rally, the month of February 2018 will be the first February since the 2008 market crash where stocks have gone down instead of up. Inflation is gaining momentum and interest rates are about to go up from years of historic lows. The unique financial conditions of the last several years have been ideal for high tech growth stocks, the FANG group especially. But, now that conditions are changing, growth stocks are overpriced and at risk for a major correction. The better choice for many investors is to move into value stocks and […]

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How a Stronger Dollar Creates Winners and Losers

A strengthening US economy and the prospect of more interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve have helped the US dollar stop its recent slide. But how does a stronger dollar affect the economy and the stock market? Today we look at how a stronger dollar creates winners and losers. CNBC writes that stocks could take a hit as the dollar strengthens.
The U.S. dollar is beginning to enjoy a bullish turnaround after declining for much of this year, and some strategists are watching for how its recent gains will impact equity markets domestically and abroad.
Should this bounce continue, domestic markets […]

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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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What Investments Do You Want to Own Next Year?

When you follow stocks in the news there is an element of breathless melodrama. Nellie has been kidnapped and is tied to the train tracks. The train is coming. Will the hero get there in time? One moment the answer is yes and the next moment it is no. If you fall for the melodrama of stock reporting you are caught in a gut wrenching never-never land of worry about next month, next week or even tomorrow. A healthy alternative is to pick investments based on a longer term view. What investments do you want to own next year and […]

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Tips on How to Start Investing

The stock market crashed in 2008 and ushered in the Great Recession. Many who had investments in the stock market sold at huge losses and have stayed away ever since. And many have avoided investing in stocks because of the perceived risk of losing everything. But, the stock market has come back and is at an all-time high! If you missed out on the run up since the crash there is still hope but there are also pitfalls for beginning investors. Here are a few tips on how to start investing.
At What Point Should You Start Investing?
If you are putting […]

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What Happened to Trump’s Economic Agenda?

The Trump bump stock market rally is fizzling out. The market is asking what happened to Trump’s economic agenda as the new prez and House Speak Ryan promote their version of an Obama Care replacement. CNBC says that there will be a Trump tantrum looms on Wall Street if Trump’s first legislative push fails.
The Trump Trade could start looking more like a Trump Tantrum if the new U.S. administration’s health-care bill stalls in Congress, prompting worries on Wall Street about tax cuts and other measures aimed at promoting economic growth.
Investors are dialing back hopes that U.S. President Donald Trump will […]

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Will an Unwilling Congress Kill the Trump Market Rally?

The Tea Party movement arose in order to reduce the national debt and federal budget. Its aim has been to reduce government spending while also lowering taxes. The new president wants to lower taxes and raise spending on the military. Along the way the stock market has gone up in anticipation of lower taxes, offshore money coming home and economic stimulus from massive infrastructure repair. The problem is that while the Republicans control both houses of congress and the White House they do not agree on the ways and means to govern. The investor needs to wonder, will an unwilling […]

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