Bart Ward
The phrases “short-term overbought” and “oversold” are terms that are applied to the stock market. They are avidly followed by some investors as a means to determine the short-term direction of the stock market. Sometimes they are projected incorrectly to the long-term trend, which can be a ...Read More
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This column has quoted members of the Rothschild family from time to time. Most of us at one time or another has heard of this family. Who were they and what did they do? In short, they were one of the most renowned private families in Europe and one of the greatest Jewish families of modern times. ...Read More
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“Money & Power!” Sounds like a book, and it is. I just recently reread this book, which was written in 2002 by Howard Means and was based on a CNBC documentary about the history of business. ...Read More
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Reputation is an important asset to corporations and those who know it do what they can to build it. To achieve prestige requires a long-term outlook toward building competitive advantage. Companies develop winning reputations by both creating and projecting a set of skills that their constituents r...Read More
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Market experts often refer to the general market. What is the general market and why is it important? In broad terms the general market is represented by leading market indices like the S&P 500 or the NYSE Common Index (an index of all of the stocks listed on the NYSE)....Read More
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From humble beginnings as the son of a clothier in Oklahoma City, Alan “Ace” Greenberg started as a clerk at Bear Sterns Companies, Inc. in 1949. He ended up running the show by 1978 after the legendary Salim L. “Cy” Lewis died. ...Read More
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An old Wall Street adage holds that a stock is worth what somebody is willing to pay for it. However, even more appropriate is an adapation of that adage by Investment Advisor Richard Ney (1916-2004.) He used to say “a stock is worth what the NYSE floor specialist is willing to pay for it.” In a...Read More
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Over last few decades, many investors have moved away from the traditional full service stockbrokerage firms to discount and internet brokerage firms. For some investors, especially during the heady days of the late 1990s and the middle of the first decade of this century they have abandoned all bro...Read More
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During the end of the first quarter of 2001, there was a virtual chorus of individuals across the country blaming Alan Greenspan for the economic downturn that followed the DotCom Bust. The chiming got louder as the stock market continued to crumble and economy softened. While Greenspan may have b...Read More
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The 200-day moving averages (calculated by averaging the closing prices for the past 200 days) are plotted daily for many individual stocks, indexes and market averages, including the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), S&P 500 and the New York Stock Exchange Composite Index. Many financial newspap...Read More
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