Title: Ensuring Your Future By Playing The Stock Market

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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 …

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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 learning how to play the market to your advantage is very important. You should learn how the stock market works and what style of investing would work best for you. You could spend quite a bit of money paying a broker to do this analysis for you, but you could put that money to better use by teaching yourself how to invest in the stock market.

You might have different reasons for wanting to play the stock market. Maybe you want to invest so you’ll feel more secure about your financial future. Perhaps you want to earn a living that allows you to work from home. If you yearn to work from home, you are definitely not alone. Many people have left their cubicles and cash registers to find a better life in the world of self-employment.

Investing in the stock market can be a wonderful way to provide you both financial freedom and personal freedom. With the vast resources available online to teach you about the ins and outs of the stock market, you can easily research how you can maximize your investing. Since you obviously have access to a computer and the Internet, you can start your involvement in the stock market today.

Go ahead today and research the best strategies of the investment world. With the help of investment websites, you can learn all about the latest methods of the most successful day traders. Best of all, these tips and tricks are free to anyone willing to do some research. Do as much research as you can before doing any actual investing to familiarize yourself with the important facts and to avoid making expensive mistakes later on.

Without this research, the stock market could be overwhelming to amateur investors. Many people decide to invest before they know much about the stock market. Those who do not spend the necessary time learning the proper steps to smart investing do not tend to see large profits, if they profit at all.

If you do some simple research, you can learn enough about the stock market to invest confidently and successfully. You can research the recent history of a stock that you’re interested in, discover projected profits for a company or industry, and read a company’s biography to help you determine which stocks would be the best investment for you.

Title: Downbeat Stocks

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Trading on the stock market profitably can be done using numerous methods and techniques. A lot of investors tend to think trading a high volume of stocks while the markets are in an upward or downward swing is the only way to make good money from investing. However, looking for stocks which are moving fast isn’t the only way to trade profitably. As a matter of fact, this method can lose you a lot of money very quickly. This method does work. The timing and the stock picks mu…

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Trading on the stock market profitably can be done using numerous methods and techniques. A lot of investors tend to think trading a high volume of stocks while the markets are in an upward or downward swing is the only way to make good money from investing. However, looking for stocks which are moving fast isn’t the only way to trade profitably. As a matter of fact, this method can lose you a lot of money very quickly. This method does work. The timing and the stock picks must be done almost flawlessly in order to produce good gains. It is true a lot of money can be made quite fast using this method. However, as previously mentioned above, this method can also be a recipe for disaster. You can lose all of your money just as quick. This type of investing isn’t for the faint of heart. All is not lost. There are other methods of investing which will allow you to make a more steady income without having to trade large volumes. If you want to set up your investing so that you get a more “passive” income from it, there are some things you should do. It’s critical that everything is set up carefully and correctly. These types of investments must still be watched by you. If you don’t monitor these investments, the returns may be lower than what you had hoped for and expected. Even worse; these investments instead of bringing in a passive income are losing you money. Don’t think that you can just walk away from investments which you deem as passive income investments. It’s important you check in on them on a regular basis.

In order for you to use the stock market to make some passive income, it is very important you begin with under priced stocks. It isn’t very helpful to you, in this endeavor, to purchase stocks which are from solid companies, but are priced too high to make a passive income with. What’s critical is you make the time to do some research so you can purchase good stocks at good prices to make good passive income with. The stocks you want to buy are ones from solid performing corporations, but the stock price has to be lower than what market value of the stock should be. When you find such stocks, there is one more critical component. You need to do some digging as to why the stock price is lower than what it should be. Just because it is priced lower than what it should be, doesn’t mean you should jump in and buy it. Heed our advice very carefully. Do more digging to find out why the stock is priced lower than it should be. If you don’t take this warning seriously, you can lose a lot of money on what you thought was a good deal. If you put in a solid effort on research, including why the stock is under valued, you will be able to locate some really great “downbeat stocks” to invest in. You will get a good return for these stocks without having to do a lot of trading and profit taking.

When you are doing your research you should first use the industries tab. This will allow you to sort through them to find out which are going to do well for you. If you sort them by using the “RT” then you should be able to get a better view of what is going to work well. You need to find the ones that have the lowest “RT” rating as these are likely to be the most downbeat stocks that will give you the best opportunity for a good profit.

There are two separate criteria that you need to look for to make sure that they have potential. But you need to make sure that they have both of these elements and not just one or the other to know that it is a good stock. You need to make sure that the industry has a cumulative PE of 8 or less. You also need to make sure that the industry has a price to sales ratio of less than 1. When you find a stock with these two characteristics then you need to also make sure the industry also has the lowest “RT” on that day. Do not ignore these conditions as they are very important to making sure that the stock you are buying is going to make you a good profit. You will not find these conditions very often so when you do, you will need to buy a considerable amount of stock to make it worth your while, very often from 100,000 to 500,000 is a good idea. As you will find stocks like this only 10 or 25 times a year it is important to buy them when you do. Then you will find that there are good longer profits over a year or more. This may give you a win percentage of over 94% and massive returns.

Very simply put, when you find them make sure that you buy the stock that has the highest relative value with lowest PE. This will give you the right information on which to base your buying. You also need to do some research on the stock to make sure that it is a good buy. www.form4oracle.com is a very good place to look at the recent activity on the stock and this will help you to get a better view of what is going on with the trading. It is only after you have done all of the research and made sure that all of the conditions are right that you should buy. If you do this then you will make sure that you have the best chance of making a good profit. This may give you 1 to 3 years returns in the triple digits consistently and this can give you a very nice income indeed.

Title: Deciding Whether To Invest In Oil Stocks

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The decision to invest is confusing in general but when you are deciding on very particular stocks, it takes a significant amount of research in order to feel confident in your choice.

One popular choice of investment is that of oil stocks; the reasons for its attractiveness are incredibly diverse. And deciding whether you want to involve yourself in this particular industry is a very personal choice.

Oil stocks are generally thought of as a safe and consistent investme…

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The decision to invest is confusing in general but when you are deciding on very particular stocks, it takes a significant amount of research in order to feel confident in your choice.

One popular choice of investment is that of oil stocks; the reasons for its attractiveness are incredibly diverse. And deciding whether you want to involve yourself in this particular industry is a very personal choice.

Oil stocks are generally thought of as a safe and consistent investment. The need for oil will never dissipate; the theory is that oil stocks will continue to hold their value because of the demand for the product.

Not every oil stock is the same. And so each stock must be researched thoroughly to avoid any surprises. You must first determine whether a particular oil stock is overvalued. Some oil stocks may look to yield a dramatic return on investment but the earning ratio must be considered; such a large profit margin – while appealing – may indicate volatility.

Another thing to consider when deciding whether to invest in oil stocks is to choose between what is referred to as a Trust Unit and a Common Share. Trust units are a conservative form of oil stocks that does not attach tax to the stock. The growth that the oil stocks can achieve – in the form of a trust unit – is limited but the risk is also minimal.

The riskier oil stocks are what are known as common shares, whereby earnings by the company are reinvested into the stock. This type of oil stock carries a greater risk but the possibility for greater reward.

Finally, you need to make the decision between natural gas or oil stocks. Natural gas – not as consistently in demand as oil – tends to be more unpredictable. These are things to keep mind when making your decision.

Whatever you choose be sure to conduct thorough research before making any purchases. There are plenty of online resources available for those looking to begin trading on the stock market.

You may also want to consult a stock market professional who can expertly guide you through the process of buying and selling oil stocks. It’s okay to ask questions. Stop at nothing to learn all you can about oil stocks and the stock market in general.

Deciding whether or not to venture into the stock market can be an enormous decision. Oil stocks can be a relatively predictable way to begin your journey.

Title: Day Trading Penny Stocks – Is It Really Worth The Risk?

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Is day trading penny stocks really a wise move for your investment activity? Many people are wary of this activity, and with good reason. While you certainly do hear the glamour stories of the many investors who’ve made fortunes with penny stocks, you often times don’t hear about the thousands who’ve lost a ton of money in the process.

Penny stocks are notorious for enabling you to make either huge gains or losses overnight. Many people hear stories about somebody who made…

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Is day trading penny stocks really a wise move for your investment activity? Many people are wary of this activity, and with good reason. While you certainly do hear the glamour stories of the many investors who’ve made fortunes with penny stocks, you often times don’t hear about the thousands who’ve lost a ton of money in the process.

Penny stocks are notorious for enabling you to make either huge gains or losses overnight. Many people hear stories about somebody who made a million dollars in a couple days day trading penny stocks, and become so enamored with that they don’t realize these same investors (gamblers, really) most often lose all that money soon after.

Believe it or not, penny stocks are nothing more, nothing less than glorified gambling. Yes, there are some investors who can make a lot of money with this avenue, but only if they are absolutely sure of what they are doing. The reason for their volatility is simple: every one of these companies that are trading for les than $1 per share got into the situation for a reason.

Usually, it was either bad management, poor economics, or a combination. Therefore, you’d better have a good reason for thinking a turnaround is about to occur before laying your money down.

The main reason day trading penny stocks is so risky is that it doesn’t take much to affect your investment. For instance, if you buy in at .25 cents, and the stock goes up to .50 cents, you’ve just doubled your investment just by a .25 cent gain! Of course, the same risks apply for it going down.

While a .25 cent swing for most stocks would be hardly noticeable, for penny stocks they can be either mega profitable or suicidal. Therefore, if you do plan on entering the exciting, non-stop action world of penny stocks, you need to be absolutely sure you are an expert at looking at a company and spotting a turnaround possibility.

Think about this: most of the world’s top investors have gotten to the point they are at by investing in good stocks that have exhibited a long term of profitability. When you invest in penny stocks, you voluntarily take yourself out of that realm and focus only on companies that have proven they can’t turn a profit. Yes, sometimes miracles or turnarounds do occur, but not very often.

If you do plan on entering this world of day trading penny stocks, you need to become an expert at spotting companies you are sure will turn things around, and jump in at the right time. No, making money with penny stocks is certainly not impossible, but you must know what you’re doing, and monitor your investments closely at all times.

Title: Common Influences In The Stock Market

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There are many common influences in the stock market that will have an effect on the market. There are three basic areas of influence that will move the stock price up and down. These are fundamentals, sector changes, and market swings. In addition, the overall economic factors of a country may influence the market, as well as human emotion.

The economic fundamentals of a company is the most direct influence on the stock market. If a company has rising revenue and profits,…

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There are many common influences in the stock market that will have an effect on the market. There are three basic areas of influence that will move the stock price up and down. These are fundamentals, sector changes, and market swings. In addition, the overall economic factors of a country may influence the market, as well as human emotion.

The economic fundamentals of a company is the most direct influence on the stock market. If a company has rising revenue and profits, then usually the price of the stock will start to rise as well. If a company files for bankruptcy because of falling revenue and profits, the stock for that company will usually fall as well. There are many factors in this category that will influence the stock of a company as well as the stock market. These include takeovers, increased debt, an acquisition that is a poor choice, and many more factors. Any of these factors can cause a rise or drop in the value of stock for that company, and influence the market. Any changes to a company will directly impact the stock for that company as well as the whole market.

Sector changes can have a large influence on the market. If the sector of a stock changes, this can mean a profit or a loss concerning the price of a stock. Certain industries and sectors run in cycles, and this can affect the value of the stock as well as the stock market. Sometimes whole sectors of the stock market may be hot, and other times whole sectors may crash and burn. When this happens, all of the stocks for that sector or industry could be affected, which has a definite influence on the market.

Market swings have a large influence on the market and on stock prices. The only certainty concerning the stock market is that it will go up and down. Sometimes these swings may carry specific stocks or sectors with it, and sometimes the don’t. This means that your stock could go down or up for no other reason then that the market is down or up.

There are many common influences in the stock market, and three of the biggest include fundamentals, sector changes, and market swings. By understanding these common influences in the stock market, traders are more capable of predicting the market moves and minimizing their losses. Knowing what influences affect the market can help traders compensate for these influences.

Copyright © 2007 Joel Teo. All rights reserved.

Title: Buying Stocks. But Where?

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Silly question you may say! Of course you buy stocks via your broker or online using your brokerage account.

But …

It’s not necessarily that easy if you want to buy foreign stocks which you shouldn’t really underestimate nor neglect. There’s a whole batch of foreign stocks out there that make great investments but that are not available in your country, or only with difficulty.

And that’s the reason for this article. Several of my subscribers emailed me saying that …

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Silly question you may say! Of course you buy stocks via your broker or online using your brokerage account.

But …

It’s not necessarily that easy if you want to buy foreign stocks which you shouldn’t really underestimate nor neglect. There’s a whole batch of foreign stocks out there that make great investments but that are not available in your country, or only with difficulty.

And that’s the reason for this article. Several of my subscribers emailed me saying that they were interested in a stock but couldn’t purchase it in their country. Now why is that?

If you want to buy Microsoft or Wall Mart stocks for instance, you will not experience any problems at most stock exchanges let alone the USA. These two stocks alone already have a trading volume of over 10 million + every day on Wall Street. Even the regional stock exchanges like Chicago or San Francisco etc. have a high trading volume with Microsoft and Wall Mart. Buying and selling takes place within seconds.

But although most foreign stocks are also found on the trading floors of New York and other international exchanges, there are exceptions. Like the Canadian company Loblaw for example. You won’t see Loblaw stocks anywhere in Frankfurt, which is the largest stock exchange in Germany. There’s only a bit of volume at the regional stock exchange in Berlin. On average about 17 stocks per day. And that’s nothing!

The same is true for other big exchanges too! You will not find every single stock in New York, London, Frankfurt, Sydney or Hong Kong. It simply has to do with supply and demand. If there’s hardly any demand for a stock in XYZ country – for whatever reason – you won’t have the necessary supply. So either the stock is not available in your country at all, or only at very low volumes.

The difficulty with very low trading volumes is, that if you don’t only want to buy say 10 or 20 stocks, but maybe 500 or even 1000, this volume will be difficult to get and may take several hours or even days.

What can also happen then is, that your order will automatically be split up into several orders until the entire volume ordered is purchased. This is what happened to one of my orders a few years ago. And every order is charged with a commission. Considering the extra charges for each order at your local stock exchange, it might even be cheaper if you buy the stocks at a foreign stock exchange where volume is much higher.

And that’s exactly what you also do if you find a good stock that you are eager to get hold of, but can’t buy it in your country at all! You buy your stocks at a foreign exchange which in most cases will be the country of the stocks origin. This will also involve higher charges because you gonna have to do this via 2 brokers.

So let’s take the Canadian Loblaw again. If I would like to buy this stock, I’m gonna have to see my broker here in Germany who will then buy the stocks at the stock exchange in Toronto which will involve several extra commissions and charges. Because not only my broker will charge a commission but the broker in Canada too. So I’ll end up paying 2 brokers who are involved in my transaction.

So that’s simply how it works. My broker will contact a broker in Canada who will then make the purchase for me. And apart from extra charges involved it will also take longer before the transaction goes through.

But these extra commissions shouldn’t be overrated. If you find a great and solid stock that you really want, then go for it and because if you’re an investor and not a trader, you are probably contemplating a long-term investment anyway. And in the long run, commissions and other charges are negligible anyway.

At the end of the day it’s only important which stocks you buy and not the place where you buy them!

Yours in Successful Trading

Ricky Schmidt

Title: Best Pennystocks: A Stock Trading Robot?

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Interested in the First Commercially Available Stock Trading Robot?

Are you looking for the best pennystocks? Who isn’t right? What I am about to share with you, is a very unusual story. I have been involved in many forms of investments including trading stocks for a long period of time. I thought I had heard of everything until what I am about to talk about. This is something my graduate studies did not talk about nor did any of the other traders I spent time around. I am…

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Interested in the First Commercially Available Stock Trading Robot?

Are you looking for the best pennystocks? Who isn’t right? What I am about to share with you, is a very unusual story. I have been involved in many forms of investments including trading stocks for a long period of time. I thought I had heard of everything until what I am about to talk about. This is something my graduate studies did not talk about nor did any of the other traders I spent time around. I am always looking for the best pennystocks. As any good trader does, I am always looking for an edge. Looking for the best pennystocks, I am sure you can relate. Well, let me get on with the story and let you decide for yourself.

The story starts with two “computer nerds”, named Michael and Carl. They developed the first commercially available stock picking “robot”. Michael (the computer programmer) named the robot “Marl”. Marl came about after Michael developed the famous “Global Alpha” computer stock trading model, while contracted to Goldman Sachs. A piece of software which most years is responsible for… $4,000,000,000 + Annual Trading Profit. After the software project finished, Michael searched for a different means to earn money. Unfortunately he had completed a Non Compete and NDA agreement with Goldman Sachs, which disallowed him to originate software which trades derivatives and similar financial instruments (like Global Alpha).

After three weeks of being briefly unemployed, Michael who was financially comfortable … chose to start a new project. Michael developed software to trade in the very volatile penny stock market where stocks can increase 400% in a matter of hours. Michael worked with fund manager Carl Williamson to create the bot. “Marl” works by analysing each stock using “technical analysis”. In other words, analysing a stocks previous price movements to predict the stocks future direction. The different changes in price (when made into a chart) form what stock traders call “chart patterns” and it is precisely these price patterns Marl is searching for. When initially activated, Marl will utilize its own database to conduct a scan of stocks trading on the OTC and Pink sheet exchanges. At that time, Marl is searching for companies whom are forming bullish trading patterns (stocks about to increase). Carl assisted Michael program the bot to search for (in split second timing) unique trading patterns from a wide range of 6578, stored in Marl’s internal database. If Marl recognizes a clean, uncongested chart pattern, that has shown to yield a good risk/reward – Then the stock will become part of Marl’s “Watch List”. The group of these “watched stocks” will be forming bullish patterns (indicating the stock is about to rise).

This watch list has a couple of distinct advantages. First and most noticeable is that Marl can very easily scan hundreds of the best pennystocks at the same time. Secondly, Marl is programmed on an “evolutionary framework”. In other words, while Marl is observing hundreds of stock patterns it actually discerns the most likely direction of stock prices under hundreds of situations. Bottomline: The longer Marl is allowed to run on a computer… The More Advanced he Becomes! The average professional stock trader can analyze a stock chart about every eight seconds… when searching for an opportunity. On the other hand Marl can analyze 7 charts every second.
Why Does This Matter?

It means that Marl can be extremely selective, going until all the correct criteria line up until a trade recommendation is made. Often Marl will disregard profitable trades… In favour of a potentially more profitable trade occurring at the same time. After creating Marl to version 1.0… The two input a trading capital of $1000 and set it running. Marl spent 13 hours analysing over 6,000 small capitalisation firms. After those 13 hours Marl made his first ever stock recommendation… LPTC.OB Trading at $0.74 Per Share. Within three hours the stock brought a 42% increase!

From there stories go on and on. You can read about all of this in more detail at the website given at the bottom of the page but before we bring this to an end let me describe some bottom line facts:

Since its introduction in early 2007, Marl has been responsible for creating 86 millionaires and 13 multi-millionaires.

Since the newsletter was started 4 months ago… Each best pennystocks pick has made an… average 105.28% Increase, usually within 3 hours of the market opening!

The following are results from the past four months (+386%, +102%, +59%, +68%, +150%, +27%, +58%, +251%, +60%, +19%, +70%, +164%, +171%, +44%, +96%, +408%, +118, +55%!

Marl has already been featured in Business Week and the Wall Street Journal.

The thing about this program that impressed me more than anything else, is that unlike any other program (none can HONESTLY boast these consistent numbers) they can back up and stand behind their word. For their best pennystocks they offer an 8 week FREE trial. Money back with no questions even asked. I like that! Above and beyond, after your 8 wek kfree trial begins you receive “The Penny Stock Bible”. This is a 68 page guide which will allow anyone (even someone whom has never traded before) to use Marl’s picks. And even if you decide to request a refund, Michael will let you keep the “Penny Stock Bible” (worth ($29.95). That way, whatever the outcome of this… you will profit.

As a personal touch (again something you never see with most programs) he leaves you his own persoanl phone number and office street address. As an owner of two previous stock companies, I can honestly say that I have never recommended another company but I make an exception here: This is the best I have come accross, hands down. If you want the best pennystocks check this site out, there truly is nothing to lose.

Oh, by the way, if you had put $5000 on each of Marl’s recommended best pennystocksstrades over the last 4 months– You would now have $387,684 clear profit sitting in your bank account.

Title: Analyze Your Stocks And Double Your Profit

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An investor buys a share of stock by resorting to various approaches that validate his investment by reaping rich profits. Before investing, however, it is necessary for a value investor to study the financials of a business, so that the stock he buys at the company’s intrinsic value promises a greater return at its liquidation value (the value of a company if all its assets were sold). A typical investor would buy growth stocks that have an upward trend, and seem likely to k…

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An investor buys a share of stock by resorting to various approaches that validate his investment by reaping rich profits. Before investing, however, it is necessary for a value investor to study the financials of a business, so that the stock he buys at the company’s intrinsic value promises a greater return at its liquidation value (the value of a company if all its assets were sold). A typical investor would buy growth stocks that have an upward trend, and seem likely to keep growing for a long time. Whereas, a technical investor (also known as a Quant) makes decisions based upon the psychology of the market and related factors, which involve much higher risk but may prove to be more profitable, or, can conversely result in much greater losses. The fundamental analysis of any business can depend on various factors: efficient market theory, value and growth, growth at a reasonable price and the quality of the business.

1. Efficient market theory pertains to stocks being always correctly priced, as all the requisite information is available on the current price.
2. The stock market sets up the price.
3. Analysts decide upon the value of a company based on the potential for its growth.
4. Price and value may not be equal, due to certain irrationalities governing the market.

Value investors need to rely on certain stringent rules governing the nature of the stock which adhere to the following criteria:

1. Earnings: company earnings are profits after taxes and interests.
2. Earnings per share (EPS): the amount of recorded income (on per share basis) available to the company to pay dividends to stockholders, or to reinvest in itself.
3. Price/Earnings Ratios (P/E) ratio (having a justified upper limit): If the company’s stock is trading at $80 and its EPS is $8 per share, it has a multiple, or P/E of 10. This means that investors could expect a 10% cash flow return:
$8/$80 = 1/10 = 1/(PE) = 0.10 = 10%
If it’s making $4 per share, it has a multiple of 20 (20 times $4 equals $80). In this case, an investor might receive a 5% return (in the same conditions);
$4/$80 = 1/20 = 1/(P/E) = 0.05 = 5%
However, a low P/E is not an untainted value indicator.
4. Price/Sales Ratio (PSR): is the same as a P/E ratio, except that the stocks are divided by sales per share instead of earnings per share.
5. Debt Ratio: percentage of debt a company has relative to the shareholder equity.
6. Dividend yields above a certain absolute limit.
7. Book value ratio: comparison of the market price against the book value of the stock per share.
8. Market capitalization value: Complete total value of a company’s outstanding shares (Market price per share ´ Total number of shares outstanding).
9. Equity Returns – ROE: Net income after taxes divided by owner’s equity.
10. Beta: comparison of volatility of the stock to that of the market.
11. Institutional ownership: percentage of a firm’s outstanding shares owned by certain institutions: insurance companies, mutual funds etc.

Learning to analyze one’s stocks and thus reaping the desirable profit is in fact a continuous process, as no amount of market efficient theories can ever predict a flawless financial return system. Even though one invests judiciously by studying the market, the over-valuation or under-valuation of stocks can often be determined by market emotions.

Title: Winning Stocks Always Leave

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SIX STEPS and the IRREFUTABLE LAWS of the MARKET Every Investor and Trader MUST KNOW to Succeed

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A move begins with the sponsors (smart traders) who have insider knowledge as it relates to a particular stock or market. This information will move a market up or down depending on the insiders’ information. These buyers are smart, very smart, and recognize trading/investment opportunities very early in the markup cycle.

Step 2:

Days, weeks, or sometimes months…

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SIX STEPS and the IRREFUTABLE LAWS of the MARKET Every Investor and Trader MUST KNOW to Succeed

Step 1:

A move begins with the sponsors (smart traders) who have insider knowledge as it relates to a particular stock or market. This information will move a market up or down depending on the insiders’ information. These buyers are smart, very smart, and recognize trading/investment opportunities very early in the markup cycle.

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Days, weeks, or sometimes months after a move has started, there is a brief mention in the electronic media (radio, cable, TV) or on one of the internet chat boards that a market has moved. The public hears for the first time and begins to get interested, but does not buy.

Step 3:

A blurb of information appears in print media. The move also begins getting more exposure on blogs and internet message boards. The public starts paying a little more attention, and will buy a little bit.

Step 4:

Wall Street and LaSalle Street brokers go into full hype mode and hawk the market to their customers. The public begins buying in greater volume.

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A full-blown front-page article appears about the particular stock or market in one of the major financial newspapers, magazines, or financial websites. This is often six months after the fact and after a market has shown its greatest appreciation. There is often heavy public buying, even a possible frenzy, as all media, brokers, and so-called “gurus” start to tout the market.

Step 6:

As step 5 gets underway, the sponsors or smart traders begin to move out of the market and take their profits off the table.

The finale: The move ends, the market falls, and investors lose money.

Title: Why You Should Buy In A Stock Market Crash

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When potential new investors are asked what they fear the most the answer is emphatically the worry of a stock market crash but it is only a worry if you are on the wrong side of the investment. Read on to find out why you should buy in a stock market crash.

Certainly if you are sitting with a nice portfolio and suddenly there is market crash you are going to feel the effects. But it’s a time with much potential which is why you should buy in a stock market crash. What a g…

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When potential new investors are asked what they fear the most the answer is emphatically the worry of a stock market crash but it is only a worry if you are on the wrong side of the investment. Read on to find out why you should buy in a stock market crash.

Certainly if you are sitting with a nice portfolio and suddenly there is market crash you are going to feel the effects. But it’s a time with much potential which is why you should buy in a stock market crash. What a great time to add to your portfolio and benefit over the long haul. The modern day stock market crashes rebounds much quicker than the crash of 1929 which is another reason why you should buy in a stock market crash.

The crash of 1987 was a result of overvalued stock and a lack of liquidity. The crash of 2000 was the result of overvalued stock and corporate corruption. Many investors made themselves into millionaires during both of these crashes which is why you should buy in a stock market crash.

You might be surprised to find out that a stock market crash actually begins years before the actual crash. Prior to a crash there is a bull market with everything booming but at the end of every bull market is a bear market where things take a turn for the worst. That’s why you should buy in a stock market crash and then hold until it cycle back to a bull market.

Sometimes the market crashes because of a specific political or economic situation but generally a crash is panic generated by investors with no underlying reason. Smart investors get the checkbook out and start spending for you will definitely seek some nice financial rewards. It’s the reason why you should buy in a stock market crash.

During a stock market crash many loose big but there are also many excellent stock buys to be found. It’s a great time to have some extra cash kicking around even if it just a couple of hundred dollars. Now you know why you should buy in a stock market crash – the rest is up to you – just be ready for that next crash because it will come.

Now that you know why you should buy in a stock market crash you just need to wait for the crash.

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