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Beating The S&p 500 With Stock Market Timing

Copyright 2006 Equitrend, Inc. Approximately 75% of fund managers do not beat the S&P 500 year in and year out. How can a basket of 500 hundred stocks beat the majority of actively managed mutual funds? The people who manage these funds are, for the most part, brilliant people. They are highly educated and have access to the most advanced information and decision support systems in the world. So why is it that they do not outperform the S&P 500? A Quick Test: Here's a very crude test of manag........ Read More

How Does The Price Of Oil Affect The Stock Market?

Ever since the price of crude oil started growing there has been talk about the price of oil affecting the share market and your investments. Now if you think about it logically it does sound like it would make an affect. If it costs a company more to run the company because oil prices are changing then it sounds like it would affect the share price. Same goes for the idea that people will be less or more likely top purchase shares in a company that has something to do with oil. So for instance ........ Read More

How To Get Rid Of Spam Stock Market Tips

Junk email, spam, is getting worse than ever. Even with an anti-spam filter, some junk emails that show up in the inbox are disgusting, deceptive, and aimed to con you out of your money. In addition to traditional spam emails promoting medication, mortgage, pornography, new ones such as stock scams are growing. The deceptive and unsolicited nature of these e-mails qualifies them as spam. Stock scams, combined with traditional spam techniques, can cause a significant financial loss to victims ........ Read More

The Stock Market: The Greatest Show On Earth

The Stock Market is like a day at the horse races, the state fair, and the gorilla exhibit rolled into one event. Nearly each hour of each day with the exception of some holidays the Stock Market is open somewhere in the world. The currency traders are the vampires of the Stock Market. Their work day begins in the wee hours of the night and ends often times at the break of dawn. The commodity traders check headlines all over the world in order to determine how the volatile futures market ........ Read More

Kelly Criterion And The Stock Market

Since the book "Fortune's Formula" is published, many investors are turning to the Kelly Criterion for determining the size of the investment. Unfortunately, most of these investors have not walked through the underlying mathematical derivation or read Ed Thorp's paper on how to apply the Kelly Criterion in the stock market. There are many fallacies when using the Kelly Criterion directly in stock trading. Unlike most gambling games, the stock market is too complex and the underlying assumpti........ Read More

The Stock Market - A Brief Primer

For most people, the stock market is a scary thought because they have seen the devastating effects it can have when things go wrong. Stock plummeted after Enron, and even when mergers are announced as with the case of Chase and Bank One, the stock market feels the effects. Even DuPont has seen its stock prices drop when negative information is publicized, so the stock market, for the most part, is a fickle entity. How does a new investor avoid the pitfalls of the stock market? Research is the ........ Read More

The Risks In The U.s. Stock Markets Nobody Wants To Discuss

When it comes to investing, nothing kills good returns more than nationalism. And nationalism rules at large investment firms. As of March, 2007, the major U.S. stock market index, the S&P 500 stands, at a notch above 12,000 stands below the 1,250 level it stood at seven and a half years ago. So over seven and a half years if your portfolio has tracked the S&P 500’s index as most U.S. professional money managers aim to do, you have slightly less money, in absolute terms than you had seven a........ Read More

Stock Market Basics

The term stock market, as the name connotes, is a place where you can market or trade a company's stock, which the corporation issues through shares in order to raise capital. Of course, capital is the cost that a company incurs in relation to producing its products and services. The people who buy these shares are the shareholders, and the term can refer to an individual or an organization. The term stock market can also apply to all the stocks available for trading (as well as other secu........ Read More

Stock Market Strategies For Investors

Investors can use a number of strategies to invest in the stock market. To begin with, they need to analyze market trends, learn about the market in which the companies they are interested in operate, and purchase shares at an appropriate time. Usually, good companies announce their profits, or their status in the market, at certain times of the year. The prices of their shares tend to increase before such announcements are made. Therefore, investors need to watch out for these periods, and n........ Read More

Ensuring Your Future By Playing The Stock Market

Investing is a smart way to ensure that your future will be taken care of. Few people look forward to menial jobs when they are in their seventies. A good way to prevent such a thing from happening to you is an exploration of day trading systems, also known as the stock market. If you are already a player in the stock market, you probably already know the amazing profits that can be made through investments. There aren’t many people in the world that couldn’t benefit from more income, so ........ Read More

Stock Markets Of The World

"Stock Market" is a term that is used to refer both to the physical location for buying and selling stocks, and to the overall activity of the market within a certain country. When you hear "The stock market was down today," it refers to the combined activity of many stock exchanges. The major exchanges in the US are the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the American Stock Exchange (Amex), and NASDAQ. The correct term for the physical location for trading stocks is the "Stock Exchange." A cou........ Read More

Three Reasons Not To Trust Stock Market Investment Advice

If you’re playing in the stock market good for you - there is some potential for you to make some excellent profits. But before you get too wrapped up with investor advice here are three reasons not to trust stock market investment advice. Here is one of three reasons not to trust stock market investment advice. If there is only one thing you remember about investing it is that a broker’s job is to have you buying up as many trades as possible because that’s how your broker get’s pa........ Read More

Types Of Stock Market Investors

There are as many different types of stock market investors as there are stocks to invest in. There is no one ‘bad’ type of investor, and there is no group of investors who will do better than the rest of the pack. Each personality type works in a different way. The stock markets need all types of investors to maintain a healthy balance. Active Investors These investors sometimes border on fanatics. They read everything on investing, study the stocks, and subscribe to magazines, associ........ Read More

The Abcs Of The Stock Market

A recent study indicates that Americans are saving less these days than they were 10 years ago, except for entrepreneurs and corporate executive and in one particular segment – young middle-managers who are about six to 10 years into their careers and only beginning to make headway into the higher echelons of their particular industry. Are you one of these people? If you are, then chances are that you are currently in the process of planning or expanding your base of investments. You have p........ Read More

The Importance Of Timing In Forex And The Stock Market

When we make money from the Forex we are looking for economic data which will influence the price of currencies. But when we are looking for good companies to invest in on the stock market we have been told to "Buy the blue chips." "Blue chips" are the big,reliable companies, and obviously these are listed for the most part on the New York Stock Exchange. The Dow Jones Average is composed of blue chips, and since there are only 30 listed, at the same time that the average has been going up, i........ Read More


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