financial
One of the best ways to assess conventional wisdom is by surveying the opinions of those who publish newsletters advising subscribers on market direction, stocks to buy and sell, and so forth....Read More
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If you own an individual portfolio of stocks, one of the first things investors often learn (sometimes the hard way) is to sell your worst-performing stocks first and keep your best-acting investments the longest....Read More
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For years I have been an advocate of directly investing in stocks and bonds, as opposed to investing in pooled assets such as funds....Read More
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To many people, preferred stock appears to be a cross between equity and debt securities. Although it is an equity security and represents ownership in the issuing corporation, it does not provide all of the privileges of ownership that are normally associated with common stock....Read More
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The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), like other exchanges, has requirements in order for a company to be listed on the exchange....Read More
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The end of the year is upon us. It’s often a time to reflect about who we are and where we are going. Most often, we say that we are going to make changes – but we don’t....Read More
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Whoa two! On Feb. 24, 2011, I started out this column with word “whoa,” which basically means slow down and reconsider....Read More
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For many decades investors from foreign countries, such as England, have been comfortable putting money into other nations’ stocks....Read More
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