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Dow Theory Predicts Correction

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A hundred year old stock market predictor has investors worried. The Wall Street Journal reports that Dow Theory is indicating a market correction. It has to do with surging industrials and lagging […]

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Why Are Asian Stocks Rising?

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Why are Asian stocks rising? And, should you be buying in China, India and Japan? The Sydney Morning Herald reported that for the first time in decades markets in Japan, China and […]

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First Signs of a Market Correction

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The stock market has risen this year with the Dow Jones Industrial Average hitting an all-time intraday high of 18,232.02 on May 19. However, there are some concerns. One is that the […]

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How to Pick Stocks

The financial pages are commonly full of success stories, stocks that have done well. But, how to pick stocks is not to invest in expensive stocks that have already gone up in price but in inexpensive stocks that are likely to do well in the future. We are talking about intrinsic stock value and the […]

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Sell Stocks before the Bubble Bursts

Is it time to sell stocks before the bubble bursts or buy more because they will be underpriced as the dollar loses value? The suggestion that one sell stocks before the bubble bursts is based on the fact that stocks are at a historic high. When stocks hit a historic high they tend to get […]

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Three Ways to Profit from Stock Market Inefficiency

It is our belief that investors can profit from stock market inefficiency. That is to say, there are stocks that are not accurately priced given a full and accurate assessment. The view that you can profit from stock market inefficiency is at odds with the concept of an efficient stock market. According to Investopedia, the […]

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Invest Your Money

You have a good job with a paycheck and routine bonuses. You have purchased a home, paid off your credit card debts and put six months’ worth of savings in the bank. Now is it time to invest your money for the long term. What are your options? Let us assume that your full time […]

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Understanding Stocks

Understanding stocks is the basis for investing in the stock market. The old saying about not seeing the forest for the trees applies to many new investors and traders, bedazzled by the breadth of opportunities in the stock market. Expanded trading abilities brought to us by leveraged trading strategies such as hedging often lead to […]

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Short Term Investment

There are two things a person may be looking for in a short term investment. One is a place to park their money that is safe and pays better than a bank savings account. The other is a way to profit from the ups and downs of the stock market. The first just has to […]

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Investing with Candlesticks

Conservative and value based stock investing and saving is becoming popular in light of the recent market crash and slowly recovering economy. Balancing a stock portfolio with a mixture of growth stocks, dividend stocks, small cap stocks and large cap stocks is a traditional approach to long term investing. A smart addition to long term […]

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