Investment Articles

Penny Stock Investing and Trading
Being a penny stock investor takes time and a significant amount of knowledge to be considered competent in the marketplace.
By: Ron Kaye

Smarter money
HOW Invest smart money; either a few thousand dollars or resell and make a lot money, no money down, shares for free. Does that sound interesting? You cant get something for nothing, your time for free shares. Or a direct investment. Great opportunity.
By: Alex North

How to Increase Your Income, Lower Your Taxes and Help Your Favorite Charity
Are you a senior with an under-performing asset and a desire to benefit your favorite cause? Take a look at a simple planning option that could significantly boost your income and give you a warm feeling in your heart.
By: Robert D. Cavanaugh, CLU

Investing in the Stock Market for the Individaul Investor
Understand how the markets work. History of the stock market. Why do companies sell stock? What's the difference between a "Bull Market" and a "Bear Market"? What is the role of a stock broker?
By: Harry Hooper

Asset Allocation Management Without Mutual Funds
Investing is not a competitive event, ever. You don't need to beat the market. You need to accomplish a set of personalized goals. Avoid what the crowd is doing and shun investment products. Consumers buy products; Investors buy securities.
By: Steve Selengut

Why Do Stock Prices Go Up And Down?
What is a company's "fundamentals" or "book value"? What's the difference between a "buy and hold investor" and a "trader"?
By: Harry Hooper

Purpose of NTL
NTL clarifies the method of Gulf of Mexico OCS Region (GOMR) regarding the implementation of requirements for general lease surety bonds that are present in 30 CFR 256, Subpart I.
By: Ron victor

What Is a Stock Split?
Why do companies split their stock? What is a reverse split?
By: Harry Hooper

Annuity Quotes
Choose an annuity quote that comes from the right source. Ensure that your agent is licensed, knowledgeable, reputable and experienced. It is always best to go for an agent that comes as a recommended source.
By: Robert Lawrence

Constructing an All-Weather Mutual Fund Portfolio
While screening tools readily provide performance data and make the task of identifying top mutual funds relatively easy, there is more to constructing an all-weather portfolio than screening for the top funds.
By: Sam Subramanian

Secure Your Retirement with a Rollover IRA
Switching your job? Retiring? Congratulations! A window of opportunity opens for you with the Rollover Individual Retirement Account or Rollover IRA.
By: Sam Subramanian

How to Begin Trading Commodities Futures
This instructional guide should help you in your first steps when it comes to futures trading. It might not give you all the answers, but it contains the most important elements that should help before you trade in these instruments.
By: Matthew Zimberg

Investing In The Stock Market
This atricle outlines a viable approach to investing in the Stock Market for the individual.
By: Kieran Waldron

The Case for Value Stock Investing...What If?
Predicting the performance of individual issues is a totally different ball game that requires an even more powerful crystal ball and a whole array of completely illegal relationships. No one can predict individual issue price movements legally, consistently, or in a timely manner.
By: Steve Selengut

10 Essential Trading Elements
While most beginning traders focus their study on when to enter a position, traders who make money know that the money goes to those who do a lot of other things right. Here are ten things that every trader must know:
By: Mark Crisp

The 40 Year Plan Over
What is truly driving the market of self directed IRA retirement investing? Is it the buff real estate market? Or are there other economic factors?
By: Joshua Geary

How To Dissect Mutual Fund Returns
While total and compound annual returns are useful, savvy investors will look deeper, using a variety of metrics, to get a more complete picture on mutual fund performance.
By: Sam Subramanian

New Retirement Savings Plan - Roth 401(k) Coming Into Effect
Unlike a traditional 401(k) Retirement Plan, a Roth 401k plan applies to all employees but the latter requires the contributions to the plan account with after-tax dollars while a 401k plan allows for contributions with pre-tax dollars.
By: Lance Williams

Investment Advisors 101 - Ask Some Questions
Why do people become Investment Advisors? Call me skeptical, but I don't think it's the ethereal glow they feel after implementing your new Financial Plan. Actually (once you appreciate that IAs are the primary delivery system for Wall Street's huge collection of one-size-fits-all products), you'll realize that it's the money.
By: Steve Selengut

A New Wall Street Line Dance
Every December, with visions of sugarplums dancing in their heads, investors begin to scrutinize their performance, formulate coulda's and shoulda's, and determine what to try next year. It's an annual, masochistic, right of passage.
By: Steve Selengut

Managing the Income Portfolio
You don't have to be a professional Investment Manager to professionally manage your investment portfolio, but you do need to have a long term plan and know something about Asset Allocation... a portfolio organization tool that is often misunderstood and almost always improperly used within the financial community. Remember, your unhappiness is Wall Street's most coveted asset. Don't humor them.
By: Steve Selengut

Income Investing: Selecting the Right Stuff
Higher Interest Rates are good for investors, even better than lower rates. Selecting the right securities to take advantage of the interest rate cycle is not particularly difficult, but it does require a change in focus.
By: Steve Selengut

Morningstar Mutual Funds Fiduciary Grades: What Investors Need to Know
Morningstar now provides Fiduciary Grades on mutual funds. How does Morningstar determine these grades? How can mutual fund investors use these grades to better manage their portfolios?
By: Sam Subramanian

Best No Load Mutual Funds: The Right Way to Look at Fees and Expenses
While searching for the best no load mutual funds, some mutual fund investors often tend to focus exclusively on mutual fund fees and expense ratios. Is this always a smart way to select mutual funds?
By: Sam Subramanian

Electronic Currency Exchange
E-currency trading - One of the easiest ways to make money online today is to learn e-currency trading. Many people have spent countless hours looking for the perfect program that will make them a millionaire over night.
By: Timothy Rohrer

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