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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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Among the many approaches to analyzing the outlook for the stock market are those most popular with “value analysts.” They typically involve a study of various corporate productivity measures such as dividends, earnings and book value. Included among “psychological market indicators” are thr...Read More
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There are a lot of one-liners and clichés that get tossed around in the stock market. Among the classics, “Don’t fight the tape”, “the trend is your friend,” “Never try and catch a falling knife,” and “Don’t fall in love with a stock” One of my favorites is “don’t confuse br...Read More
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Many mutual funds have dividend and capital gains reinvestment plans. Under these plans, mutual fund shareholders do not take (or keep) their distributions from the mutual fund in cash but, rather, reinvest all the dividends and capital gains distributions received in new shares of the fund. Mutual ...Read More
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Every country that has a monetary system of its own has some kind of money market (not to be confused with money market fund investments). The term money market refers to the short-term borrowing and lending of money. These financial markets are not necessarily located in any particular place; they ...Read More
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The great rise in the stock market during the last years of the 1990s led many investors to forget the inevitable link between risk and return. This is because they had the return first and had, until the Dotcom Bubble busted, yet to wake up to the risks. If history was anything to go by, and ther...Read More
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Today, more than ever there are more words and acronyms on Wall Street that leaves even the Pentagon in the dust. This is especially true in regard to many of the New York Stock Exchange’s procedures, operational departments and electronic trading vehicles. For your convenience some of these words...Read More
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