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    Saving money through investing in mutual funds

     

    A good mutual fund company will know how to use the investor's money to buy and sell large amounts of securities. The aim of mutual fund companies is to increase their profit margins. The individual who invests on mutual funds also has a similar objective of squeezing maximum profit out of it. It's a win-win situation, only if you know how to make the most out of investing in mutual funds and thus saving your money from being wasted. When selecting funds, be sure to take note of your goals and ambitions so that you can invest in the right fund. Investing in mutual funds has emerged as the new buzzword amongst consumers in order to save money. But, for first time investors it requires a little bit of knowledge about the current market scenario. You need to keep in mind that when you are buying mutual funds you are actually investing in the shares of a corporation. You need to master the art of maximizing returns and minimizing risks to benefit most by investing in mutual funds. In terms of variety, flexibility and liquidity mutual funds are perhaps the best option. A recent media poll confirmed that mutual funds are the most popular choices amongst investors primarily because of its risk-free nature. Mutual funds have its own share of advantages, which make it a preferred choice amongst most investors, big or small. Many people see it as an effective tax saving tool. Mutual funds have infact, took precedence over the traditional options of national saving certificates and public provident fund to save money. If you are a starter, there are many courses which will provide you a veritable mine of information on how you can buy and sell your mutual funds to extract the maximum profit and save money through investing. Higher risk mutual funds, however, work best when you want to make short-term investments. The Internet these days is replete with information on mutual funds. Even investors with no investment experience go for mutual funds to save money. Many consider award-winning funds as the most suitable investment option for people. But you need to bear in mind that the funds falling in the award-winning category may not suit your interests best. Careful fund management and proper market survey can go a long way in helping you to save your taxes through mutual funds. Do not be hesitant to take the help of mutual fund brokers in case you are not sure about whether you are taking the right move or not. Winning the battle of life becomes all the more easier with investing in mutual funds. So it makes sense to invest in mutual funds to make you capable enough to sail through even the worst financial situations of life without having any tension. If retirement blues is haunting you or you are worried about your kid's future take heart. With investing in mutual funds you can save enough money to lead a happy and peaceful life. Let mutual funds ensure that you do not work for money, instead the money works for you.

         
    Seasonal trading strategy for stock funds and us federal employee tsp 401k retirement accounts

     

    “Sell in May and Stay Away” Words to live and invest by? I don’t know who coined the phrase but I did a bit of research and yes this strategy would have worked out for you is you had implemented it over the life of the TSP retirement account. Of course we know past performance does not guarantee future results but there is something here that makes this investor think that just maybe there is something more to the story this time. There are five funds available in the Thrift Savings Plan. The C Fund is based on the S&P 500 The F Fund is designed to match the bonds in the Lehman Brothers U. S. Aggregate (LBA) index. The G Fund invests in short-term U. S. treasuries The S Fund follows the Wilshire 4500 index The I Fund follows the EAFE index From its inception in 1988 through the end of 2005 the C Fund (based on the S&P 500) has averaged 12.61556% per year. In the months October through May it averaged12.87611%. From June through September it averaged -0.26056%. For the same 18 year period, the F Fund averaged 3.356111% for the four months June through September. Had you sold all of your stock C Fund on May 31 and moved all your money into the F Fund and then moved all of your money from the F Fund back to the C Fund on September 30th, you would have realized a 3.616667% per year increase in your rate of return over 18 years. Let me repeat this, a 3.616667% annual increase based on only two trades per year. From 2001 through 2005 the C Fund (based on the S&P 500) annual average was only 2.22%. Its average gain October through May was 9.24% while it’s June through September average was an appalling 7.02% loss. Utilizing the same strategy as above, our average rate of return would have jumped from an anemic 2.22% to a healthy 11.38%. That is an amazing increase of over 9% based on just two trades per year. Since its inception in 2001 the S Fund (based on the Wilshire 4500 index) has averaged 9.314% and the I Fund (based on the EAFE index) averaged 6.56%. They show the same pattern of gains October through May, with gains of 14.05% for the S Fund and 10.368% for the I Fund annually during those eight months. They also continue the S Fund pattern of losses Jun through September, a 4.736% loss for the S Fund and 3.808% loss for the I Fund. Using the same strategy of eight months in the S and I funds and four months in the F Funds, you would have realized additional gains of 6.336% for the S Fund and 5.378% for the I fund brining your rate of return to 15.65% for an S+F strategy and 11.938% for an I+F strategy. What do you think about this? Join the TSPcenter forum and let me know. My gut tells me we are in for a bad summer. Of course that could be a result of the pepperoni pizza I just ate.

         
    Sensex stock market simulation

     

    NASDAQ, Dow Jones, BSE & NSE; Do they ring any bell? They surely must have. Not every one knows what the color of money is, but what people do know is they want to feel more money and see more money. Another well known fact is that the ever increasing number of the average human being would never want to jeopardize his money, which for him, is the sole means of existence. In the end, it is the human craving for more that makes him succumb to his urge and makes him take a plunge. The only thing that makes the average investor lose out, is his inexperience. The Raging Bull lures many new people into its arena, but little do they realize what's in store for them. The market trends are tough to gauge. No one can ever be sure how high or low will stocks leap! Everything on earth has a risk involved, so does this market. We can't live with it but we can work around it. Imagine a scenario where you as an amateur investor decide to take a dip. Based on a few tips from a few places, you make your pick. The possibility is that you might hit the nail, or may be you might get nailed. Every player who is a benchmark, be it a game, trade, business (depends on whatever you cal it) has had some level of practice and has learnt things the hard way. People have lost a lot of hope, money and many other things trying to figure out the market. They had to do it the hard way because they didn't have a place to hone their skills. A place where they could learn tricks of the trade, where they could make an investment without the fear of losing anything and at the same time, learn a lot more than the others. But the question still remains! Would there be such a place. Is it one of those wonderland parties that people always think about and never find? Well!! Not this time. This time round all you investors are in for a good time. It fills me with pride to present to you the game of your lifetime. The SenSex Simulation!! This game is an assortment of all that I have gathered over the years. The Game is a complete replication of the stock markets with live feeds for the values of stocks. Registered members get to play around with money in their account, using which they can purchase and sell off stocks. The game would also give you your daily stats. These would include your portfolio, the value of your stocks, and whether you have gained or lost out, relative to the market. The SenSex Simulation provides you with a platform to stand out of the ring and get a look and feel of the rumble. “By the time you know the rules, you're too old to play the game!” It's never too late to start learning. Life is a vicious circle. Someone, who does not stop learning, never stops growing. It's Time to tame the BULL!!

         
    Short term vs. long term stock investment

     

    There are many persons that run towards stock investment as a means to make some quick money. This is perhaps however not the best investment option for persons with short term rewards in mind. The best option when thinking of investing in stocks is if you are interested in accumulating funds over a long period of time. One such example is the investment for future needs such as a nest egg for retirement and so on. In stock investment both short term and long term investments come with risks attached and therefore nothing is truly guaranteed in the stock market. Today could be very good and tomorrow very bad resulting in great gains or great losses as the case may be. However, in terms of long term investment, it is shown according to statistics that there are no 20 year portfolios that have lost on the stock market. The average returns have averaged about 10 percent and these accounts all have a broadly diversified portfolio of stocks. In the short term the market is very risky. The market will go up and then go down so if you are only thinking of investing for a short period then this is not the best option. If you are nearing retirement age and now beginning to invest in stocks this is not a good option. The best option in these cases as a protection against inflation, rather than stocks, is to invest in stable investments such as bonds and other cash instruments. This offers more security than stocks in the short term. So how long is considered short term? Many persons are under the misconception that short term means less than a year but this is in fact not so. In terms of stocks short term is considered to be five years or less and some persons will recommend more years rather than the minimum of five years. A good rule is that if you are going to need your funds in the next five years then stay away from stock investment. Another point to note is that unless you are an active trader then short term investments make no sense. If the funds being used are for retirement investment then being an active trader is also not recommended. The average down time for some markets is a year but this has been seen to last much longer a well so though for a long term investor this downtime may seen to be a lifetime it will pass but if you are a short term investor you will lose a lot depending on the market fluctuations. Stock investment will offer many great opportunities but can be devastating for a short term investor. If you know that the funds you are investing will be required for use in a short time then choose investment options that are more secure and protected. It is true that you may get lucky and make a fortune but it is also true that the risks are high and that you can lose everything.

         
    Six keys to find momentum stocks

     

    Copyright 2006 Billy Williams Momentum stock trading has been around for awhile and has been proven to a sound method for creating incredible wealth in the stock market. During the 1990s, for example, Clear Channel Communications went up 5,615%, Emulex rose 6,412%, Dell Computer went up 10,198%, Activision went up 13,819%, and Semtech rose 15,231%. It is not uncommon to find stocks that accelerate in price that go on to make 100% to 300% returns in less than year or even in a few months. However, for beginning investors it can be a confusing and frustrating experience to find such stocks. While many momentum stock traders all have different criteria when searching out tomorrow’s big winners there are typically six key steps when screening for a big winner. They are: 1) Accelerating earnings or EPS (earnings per share). 2) Annual earnings up 25% or more in the last 3 years. 3) Minimum volume of 100,000 or at least increasing volume. 4) A 17% ROE (return on equity) or better. 5) Has leadership role in the market place. 6) Price at an all-time high. Potential stocks for momentum trading should show strong fundamentals on there balance sheet and show that they are growing at an accelerated rate. By selecting stocks that are showing high EPS ratings and accelerating rates of growth over previous quarters you can be sure that you have a company that is growing out an above average rate. Wall Street loves earnings that are growing quickly and a company that does will be rewarded with institutional sponsorship by the big funds further causing share value to increase. Momentum stocks also have shown that they are strong players in their market and prove there value by exhibiting strong annual earnings. Less than a 25% annual increase in annual earnings will not stimulate interest by the big mutual funds or investors resulting in a stock whose price will likely remain stagnant or increase in value at too slow a pace for momentum investing. Stocks for consideration should have a daily average of 100,000 shares or at least see there average daily volume increase as the value of the stock rises. Any volume less than this shows little interest by the investment community and you could find yourself having trouble with liquidity in the stock if you need to sell and get out. A potential stock should show a ROE of 17% or better. ROE is the net income divided by the number of shares held by investors. It shows the responsible return on capital by investors and the higher this ratio is the better for investors. In my opinion, this is one of the most important attributes for any stock investment. Momentum stocks are also leaders in the market. When the major indices have declines true stock leaders exhibit strength by holding or even exceeding there highs or near there highs. When the major indices rally these leaders typically lead the rally and go on to make new highs and outpace the market. Momentum stocks should also be traded at there all time highs. Buy trading at these levels at key technical entry points you are likely to ride the trend as the stock increases in share price. This type of characteristic increase your chances for profitability because a up trend in place is six times more likely to stay in place so you have the odds on your side. You can stock for scans like these at Yahoo Financial or MSN Financial for free. Begin keeping a list of potential candidates and then track there performance. It may take a little practice but with time you will be able to spot the stocks that go on to make the big moves of 100% or more. As with all types of investing keep in mind to cut your losers quickly and ride your winners with a good money management plan. Good luck and good trading.

         
    So you d like to daytrade or not

     

    How to (not) DayTrade So you'd like to earn your living DayTrading? You have all heard the stories of losing DayTraders running down the streets shooting people? During the heady days prior to 2001, (when Bush became president,) there were stocks, 3 or 4 times a week that went up from 30 to 200% a day. It was possible, if you knew what you were doing, to check before the market opened to see which stocks were running in real time and why. And, if you then had a fast electronic brokerage system you could dive into the market, buy a bunch and sell them the same day. About 1% of people doing this consistently made money. I saw one private individual make a million in one day shorting Corel. And then there was somebody who lost a bunch hanging on too long to the WWWF IPO. As a matter of fact the bottom line is that if you take inflation into account you'd have been better off putting your money in an old sock since 2001. So what to do? Give up on the Stock Market let alone give up on DayTrading? Don't give up on the Stock Market, if you use the right system which is a simple set of formulas you can still make 30% or more on your money annually. Using this simple system $11,000 left in the market for 17 years would be worth more than one million dollars today. But it is not DayTrading and you still would need a strong stomach to sit out these 17 years, because some of those years would give you negative returns. The bottom line is this; if you want to DayTrade there is only one way to do this today. And that is with MINDBLOWING News. MINDBLOWING News along the lines of: XYZ corporation finds cure for cancer. ABC Inc invents Eternal Life Pill DreamCar Corp invents car that runs on water. You get the idea. And then I am going to use another qualifier: You should get this news BEFORE most other people get it. How to do this: For about $10 a month you can get a subscription to real-time market news. Get your Real Time Market News at about 6 AM Eastern Standard Time. Say you find the real time news that a company has invented a car that runs on water. Check the time the news was first released, making sure that news item was not available yesterday. Buy the stock now with money that you can afford to burn ALWAYS USING A STOP LOSS. Most electronic brokerage firms today allow you to buy stocks on NASDAQ only as early as 6 AM EST. Sell the stock at 9.28 AM EST to all the traders that are waking up. You could conceivably double your money. So would you then trade again in this stock after the market opens officially? No, I would not. Too many mindgames will be played by market makers during the first day with the stock that produced the mindblowing news. Remember the statement above: "There have been very few days since 2001 that any stocks actually went up more than 30% in one day, the oomph has disappeared from both the Nasdaq and the Dow." Never hold the mind blowing news stock overnight, because people in most cases will dump it on the second day. One more tip: Never buy IPO's on the first day. The most touted IPO(meaning almost all large brokerage houses were praising this IPO to the sky) cost people the most in decreased value on the second day after the IPO came out. Who were the winners? The brokerage houses. So, if you have money to burn, have a cast iron stomach and want to watch market news from 6 AM to 9.28 AM EST, DayTrading may be for you.

         
    Speculators could drive uranium to 55 pound

     

    Summary: TradeTech LLC Chief Executive Gene Clark talked with StockInterview about the uranium bull market, where his price models show uranium prices heading and when to expect the peak of the current upward cycle of the bull market. When will “hard” times again hit the uranium market, and how long will the trough last? And what does the future hold for the uranium price? An industry insider gives us his insights. StockInterview: When the uranium bull market began, did you foresee $40/pound uranium, now that the spot price has risen above this level? Gene Clark: I don’t think any of us saw $40 per pound coming. We had price projections at the time that indicated probably $25 per pound, which would be a long term equilibrium price in constant dollar terms. But, I think it was a surprise the price went up so high. I think what’s going, the biggest factor right now, is the advent of the so called hedge funds or speculator fund and groups of people. The price started to go up, and they came into the market with the express purpose of buying for holding and then selling into the market later to realize the trading profit. In 2005, the hedge funds were responsible for purchasing about 10 million pounds of the 29 million pounds purchased. I think the market is now finally adjusting to the realities of primary supply and demand. It’s been a depressed market for 20 or 30 years, primarily from the draw down of excess inventories, and what we call secondary supply. StockInterview: Will the speculators remain active in driving the spot uranium price higher? Gene Clark: I think there is still some room for further speculation activity. Uranium Participation Corporation, for example, is rumored to be about to come to the equities market again to raise funds for another purchase. They’re asking for authority to buy UF6, as well as U308, and different forms of uranium than they were locked into before. Whether it be at the 10 million pound level (size of purchase), I think it kind of depends on where the market goes. If it tends to flatten out, then I think there’s going to be obviously less interest on their part. When they were active in the market, they, of course, wanted the price to go up. Therefore, they weren’t too careful about what they paid for uranium. I think that’s a part of it. In the long run, it was due for a readjustment to reflect prices of the cost of new production facilities. But, the hedge funds came in and kind of overdrove the market. Eventually, what it’s going to wind up doing is, if they sell off, it could have the impact of driving prices back down below where they would otherwise have gone. StockInterview: Did the speculators interfere with the trading efficiency of the uranium market? Gene Clark: In theory, speculators come in, tend to take the risk and smooth out market prices. But, it never really works out that way. They always come in and only take the risk, if there’s an opportunity to make money. So some people make a lot of money. It does tend to upset the market. If you get away from the primary users of uranium and primary producers of uranium as your market participants, then you tend to introduce more noise than you would like. StockInterview: With that in mind, in which direction are your price projections going? Gene Clark: We’re actually updating our uranium price forecast right now. We haven’t decided on a reference case yet. The reference cases we’re looking at will peak at about $50 to $55 per pound in about three years, and will then drop off pretty drastically. It has to do with a selling of the speculator reserves, the uranium that’s being held (for speculative purposes). I can see it coming back down to $30, maybe below $30 per pound. Then, in the long run – out through 2020 – getting easily back up over $40 per pound. StockInterview: Are you predicting a down cycle during the course of the uranium bull market? Gene Clark: Yes. It’s pretty consistent with everything we’re doing with the changes in requirements, in different cases of high, low, and medium demand. Our modeling system is projecting this. It has to do with the supply and demand balance and the cost on the margin. The way to describe it is that prices have come to a point now of higher than we would have projected them to be, such that the supply is going to evolve. The large low cost projects will reach a point where supply then overshoots demand for a few years, which causes the price to come back down. Then demand growth, in the long run, picks up and puts a lot of pressure on the supply market to be able to meet the demand. So you wind up with pressure toward the end of the period. StockInterview: But the markets are finicky, filled with variables, and can frequently trick price models. Gene Clark: Here’s what it would take to shoot that down: We have a problem with small numbers, and there are some very large projects – Cigar Lake, for example. The expansion of Olympic Dam in Australia would be going from about 12 million pounds of production to over 30 million pounds, if they finish. If you shift that out by four or five years, or if the owner decides, “No, we’re not going to expand at all,” you have a drastic effect. Then you would wind up with $100 per pound uranium, I think. StockInterview: What are your estimates on the peak price years and the bottom years? Gene Clark: A lot of things could change, but here is what we’re looking at. In one case scenario, the speculators are really going to stay out of the market and holding onto their stuff for a long time. If so, then we’re going to be at the peak by the end of this year. If they stay active in the market and buying, then that stretches it out further. Depending on the scenario, we see the peak possibly at 2008 or so. I would say we’re looking at a trough around the timeframe of 20011 to 2013. Then back up after that. StockInterview: How do you arrive at your weekly numbers for the spot uranium price? Gene Clark: We get our data from all of the key sources: the utility fuel managers, sales staff and management of uranium producers and processors, and uranium traders, brokers and asset managers. Some are, of course, more cooperative than others, and whom we call depends on the type of information we are seeking. Since our price indicators are a judgment call, we often focus on the losers in particular recent transactions, as those will be the next to make offers in the market. StockInterview: Let’s back up a bit. Why has uranium gone up past the levels of the “cost of production,” which would place the spot price between $25 and $35/pound? Gene Clark: The biggest factor, in signaling the market, was when utilities went out for long term bid requests. They found they reached a period in which producers would have to build new facilities. Producers building those facilities felt, “I have to make at least enough profit to cover the construction costs for those facilities.” That was much higher than the market at the time. Basically, you reached a point where the chief stuff has been sold. Now, we have to actually spend some money, some capital, to build new facilities, new mines and new mills. That was, I think, the earliest signal of the price needing to adjust. StockInterview: Isn’t there a ton of hype across all media channels about the “nuclear renaissance” and the demand for more nuclear energy? Gene Clark: First of all, all the hype about nuclear renaissance is really in the United States. The Chinese have had plans to expand for a long time. The Japanese have been steadily adding new capacity. Koreans have been adding new capacity. Indians have been adding new capacity all along, all the way through this, even before we started this discussion on nuclear renaissance. I think that phrase is really focused more in the United States., which really hasn’t ordered a plant since 1976 or something like that. There is a boom. Maybe it’s the uranium renaissance. StockInterview: Is all of what we’ve been reading just plain hype? Gene Clark: There is some hype, but there is also some substance. A part of it is certainly a change in public attitude about nuclear power. If I was riding on an airplane, ten years ago, and someone asked me what I did for a living, I was guaranteed to have a lousy trip, arguing about nuclear power. When I mention it now, I get a positive response. There’s been a market shift in public attitude about nuclear power. From the standpoint of the utilities that would be ordering nuclear plants. To the extent that they need new capacity, looking at nuclear now is not off the drawing boards, partly because of public attitude. The industry has been moving through this trough period, preparing itself for a new era. It remains to be seen when the first order comes. But when the first actual order of a nuclear power plant, along with the license application does come, I think you’ll see several U. S. utilities following, probably five utilities very actively involved. StockInterview: When will that actually happen? Gene Clark: I think it will come within the next five years, the ordering process. Of course it will be probably another eight years before we actually see the first power plant from that process. We’re talking probably about 13 years. That’s how long it takes. You can actually construct one in 48 months, but you have to have been through the licensing. If you don’t believe the anti-nuclear people are going to be psyched up to fight the first plant coming through, then you’d be very naпve. The first one is going to be more difficult and take more time, I think. StockInterview: One anti-nuclear group told us they do not believe we’ll have more nuclear power plants in the United States. Gene Clark: That’s possible, but given the current circumstances, my guess is we will have more nuclear plants. We need the capacities, whether we’re going to build coal plants (or other types of power generating plants). I just came from California, moved here (to North Carolina) six months ago. They were talking about building gas-fired plants for base load generation, which is the most ridiculous thing you can imagine. The plants are cheap to build, but the fuel cost is exorbitant. I did a speech a couple of years ago, having looked at the Energy Information Administration’s projections of gas demand. All the growth and natural gas demand is going to be in the electric utility sector. We are going to be importing 60 percent of our gas supplies by 2020. Does that make any sense? No. We have a lot of coal, but there are lots of complaints about coal burning. In our state of North Carolina, the attorney general is actually suing the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) for the damage from coal burning of the TVA’s power plants in the adjacent state, in Tennessee. There’s going to be continued pressure on coal burning. I think nuclear has as good a shot as any in terms of new capacity. StockInterview: Some critics have argued China and India will not be able to afford the massive nuclear power plant build up they’ve envisioned. Gene Clark: If you think the Chinese are going to have any problem financing things, you’d better think twice. Let’s focus on India. India is a clear case where, and it is a good rule of thumb, one percent growth in gross domestic product requires one percent growth in electricity requirement. For India to grow economically, it needs electric power. Where are they going to get it? They have coal plants there, as well. Once you use up all your hydro capacity, you really don’t have much to choose from, except coal, natural gas, and nuclear. To the extent that they can have economic growth and income, coming into their country, they would be able to finance nuclear power plants. My guess is they’re going to get the vendors of the nuclear plant to finance them. StockInterview: Are you talking about the French? Gene Clark: Cogema and Primaton – the companies that construct the nuclear plants. Financing is generally part of the package. The first plants in China were basically financed by the French government. If the French go into India, you’ll see the same thing. The Russians have financed plants for developing countries. That’s not unusual for them to do. The United States may, or may not, get involved. I think there have been some types of guarantees in the past, but not at the same level as the Russians and French do it. I think those are the big choices. I wouldn’t be surprised to see the South Koreans involved in the reactor export market. They’ve pretty much developed their own technology now. They have the capability of building 100 percent of a nuclear power plant in South Korea: the pressure vessels, all the steel requirements. They can do it all. We really haven’t seen them export yet, because they’ve used up all their manufacturing capacity for their own program. At some stage, I wouldn’t be surprised to see that happen. And I think they would be able to finance reactor export sales. StockInterview: How are the U. S. utilities going to fare in getting their “share” of uranium to fuel our domestic nuclear power plants in the context of the apparent overwhelming Asian demand? Gene Clark: In reality, the U. S. utilities, which tend to wait longer to contract, are going to be the ones on the losing end because the Chinese and the Indians will contract early. The implication is the Chinese and Indians are not going to be able to find enough uranium for their new plants. They are committing for supplies way out into the future. When the U. S. guys come to the market, they’re going to look around say, “Oh blankety - blank, what happened? Where’s the uranium?” They’ll be the ones that sat around. I think that is what’s going to happen unless things really change in the way contracting is done in the United States.

         
    Stock bot revealed

     

    : Buying penny stocks can also really risky. But you can lower that risk by researching the stocks. Although this takes a long, long time and is very difficult to do.. Wouldn't it be nice if you could find out what stocks were going to be hot? If some magical genie could tell you when to buy and when to sell? Well there is no perfect formula to stocks. But there are definitely ways to improve your chances of picking a winner. I have always wanted to get in the stock Market but Have always been way to fearful of the losses. I was looking for some kind of "genie" and guess what I found one! Now I'm not going to tell you to buy this thing because I want you to go and but all the books out there on stocks first... then when your head is about to explode from all the info you just crammed in your head you can come back and look at what I'm saying. This "genie" I found was call "Marl" and he is a stock bot. He has no emotions, so he can pick stocks on cold hard statistics. He can also analyze 100s of stocks in the time it would take a stock analyst to do one! Like I said there is always risks with stocks but "Marl" almost eliminates the chance for failure. For the full story on "Marl" check out his site at Stock "Bot"

         
    Stock alert program satisfies need for speed

     

    Online investing continues to be popular among consumers, due in part to the fact that it meets most Americans' requirements - it's fast, easy and convenient. In fact, according to research conducted by business research firm JupiterResearch, online trading households are expected to grow from 17.3 million in 2005 to 22 million by 2010. With so many companies competing for a piece of that pie, it can be difficult at best for consumers to navigate the ever-changing landscape of online investing. For many, the hardest part is not making that initial stock purchase, but investigating the best (and worst) buys. So, where does one start? Fortunately, with the advent of the Internet, consumers are only a keystroke away from a plethora of information on the good, the bad and the awful. The downside? Users can be so overwhelmed by the amount of data that the task of researching stocks can be daunting. One company is helping Internet investors by making it easier for them to get only the news and stock alerts they want. Centale Inc. (OTC BB: CNTL), based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., is building a "real time" comprehensive news and stock alert application that is keyword-programmable called "Market Fragger." Forbes will be the first to implement this service. The system will allow users to customize financial news by inputting their own search criteria. The information from the search is then delivered directly to the investor's desktop on both PC and Macintosh. Centale also plans to release a wireless application version. This capability can potentially allow the investor to spend less time searching and more time making smart investing decisions. Forbes has approximately 8 million to 10 million visitors per month. While there is no doubt that computerized trading can be faster, cheaper and more convenient than going through a traditional brokerage house, it's important to research your options to determine what's best for you and your portfolio.

         
    Stock breakouts and resistance

     

    Breakouts through resistance are the most desirable of all trade opportunities. (This discussion will be the buy opportunity discussion of breakouts. (An equal sell opportunity exists on breakdowns through support). A breakout is a penetration of resistance based on a pricing established over time with price reversals taken place at approximately the same price point in previous time periods. Sounds easy. Well it sure sounded easy when that guy in the $1000 seminar told me about it. I also read how easy it was in the $90 book on trading that said would make me a wealthy independent trader. Breakouts are wonderful if they continue. If they fail you can expect the pricing not to trend but to return to a range bound probably touching the lower pricing before it rises again. That price movement is probably beyond your stop loss and you will not be pleased. This occurs more often than you want to believe. Since so many other people see the breakout they are as nervous about it as you are and you have a larger number of quick exits with the slightest wiggle. This is referred to as “buyers remorse” or a “bull trap”. What this really represents is a serious hit against your P&L. Remember, breakouts are a product of an established range bound market. The continuation of the sideways market is the rule with a move away from support or resistance back into the trading range. That means a failed breakout is the rule. The breakout is the exception. Some traders believe the reverse is true. That can cost you a bundle of cash in trading losses. In addition, MACD Plays: When you are considering any stock you need to know if that stock is exhibiting a tendency to trend. If you wish to be more successful in your trades, then you should be able to identify those stocks with this tendency. Logic dictates that you will make more profits in trending stocks rather than in those issues that fluctuate up and down.

         
    Stock brokers just the facts

     

    Most of the buying and selling on the stock market is handled by stock brokers on behalf of their clients, who are the investors. Many different types of brokerage services are available. Full-Service Brokers "Full-service brokers" offer a variety of ways to help clients meet their investment goals. These brokers can give advice about which stocks to buy and sell, and often have large research departments that analyze market trends and predict stock movements, for their clients. Such services are not free, of course. Full-service brokers charge the highest commission rates in the industry. Your decision whether to use a full-service broker will depend on your level of self-confidence, your knowledge of the stock market, and the number of trades you make regularly. Discount Brokers Investors who wish to save on commission fees generally use discount brokers. Brokers in this category charge much lower commissions, but they don't offer advice or analysis. Investors who prefer to make their own trading decisions, and those who trade often rely on discount brokers for their transactions. Online Brokers Taking the discount concept 1 step further, online brokers are the least expensive way to trade stocks. Both full-service and discount brokers usually offer discounts for orders placed online. Some brokers operate exclusively online, and they offer the best rates of all. Account Requirements Whichever type of broker you choose, your first order of business will be to open an account. Minimum balance requirements vary among brokers, but it is usually between $500 and $1000. If you're shopping for a broker, read the fine print about all the fees involved. You'll find that some brokers charge an annual maintenance fee while others charge fees whenever your account balance falls below a minimum. Cash Or Margin? Brokerage accounts come in 2 basic types. The "cash account" offers no credit; when you buy, you pay the full stock price. With a "margin account," on the other hand, you can buy stock on margin, meaning the brokerage will carry some of the cost. The amount of margin varies from broker to broker, but the margin must be covered by the value of the client's portfolio. Any time a portfolio falls below a specified value, the investor will have to add funds or sell some stock. A greater opportunity exists for realizing gains (and losses) with margin accounts, because they allow investors to buy more stock with less cash. Involving greater risk than cash accounts, as they do, margin accounts are not recommended for inexperienced traders. Selecting The Right Broker For You You should carefully consider your needs as an investor before making the choice of a broker. Do you wish to receive advice about which stocks to buy? Are you uncomfortable making trades on the Internet? If so, you will be best served by a full-service broker. If you are comfortable buying on the Internet, and you have the knowledge and confidence to make your own trading decisions, then you will be better off with an online discount broker. After deciding which type of broker you want, do some comparison-shopping between competitors. Significant cost differences can show up when you factor in all the annual fees and brokerage rates. Estimate how many trades you expect to make in a year, how much cash you can deposit into your account, whether you want to use margin accounts, and which services you need. Armed with this information, you'll be prepared to compare your actual costs for various brokers, and to make an educated choice.

         
    Stock diversity with a single purchase

     

    No matter whether you're a seasoned investor or a novice at the stock-trading game, there's a popular option that may suit your portfolio-offering the stability of proven performers you know, plus the growth potential of innovative companies you may not have heard of yet. It also has additional benefits like low costs and tax efficiency. QQQ-the trade name for the NASDAQ-100 Index Tracking Stock (NASDAQ: QQQQ)-is a type of investment product known as an exchange traded fund (ETF). With a trading volume averaging 99.7 million shares per day, it is the most actively traded, listed equity security in the U. S.* Active investors appreciate the simplicity and liquidity of trading a basket of stocks in a single transaction. Long-term investors appreciate that the fund is based on NASDAQ's 100 largest non-financial companies and diversified across sectors. The investment covers a range of industries, including computer hardware and software, telecommunications retail/wholesale trade, biotechnology and transportation, with a simple purchase of a single stock. Additionally, QQQ is eligible for 401(k) and IRA investments, making it attractive for a long-term buy-and-hold investment strategy. And because QQQ represents the collective performance of these companies, the impact of price fluctuations caused by a specific company is another reason QQQ is also attractive. Direct Purchases For the first time, investors who purchase the same dollar amount of shares at regular intervals can have direct access to an ETF such as QQQ. QQQDirect is an affordable online investing service that provides one plan purchase of QQQ per month free of any charge. It is a fractional share, dollar-based service that allows as little as $10.00 per month to be invested with QQQDirect's AutoVest Schedule. "NASDAQ has played a significant role in the equification of America and QQQDirect is yet another way we can break down barriers to stock ownership," said NASDAQ Global Funds CEO John Jacobs. "By buying a single share of QQQ, dollar-cost average investors will own a portfolio of NASDAQ's industry-leading companies-including the likes of Microsoft, Starbucks and Dell." "We believe this new service expands the ability of investors to make sound investment decisions," said John Markese, president of the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII). "As an advocate of investor education and empowerment, AAII views the introduction of QQQDirect as a new, cost-efficient opportunity for individuals to practice the principles of sound investing."

         
    Stock indexes the inside story

     

    Most of us have heard of stock indexes, but have only a fuzzy idea of them at best. This article aims to clarify some of the basics of stock indexes -- what they are and how they work. What Is A Stock Index? A stock index is simply an average price for a large group of stocks, either those on a particular stock exchange or stocks across an entire investing sector. Indexes are formed from stocks with something in common: they are on the same exchange, from the same industry, or have the same company size or location. Stock indexes give us an overall snapshot of the economic health of a particular industry or exchange. Many stock indexes exist; in the United States the most well known are: the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the New York Stock Exchange Composite index, and the Standard & Poor 500 Composite Stock Price Index. How Does It Work? There are several ways to calculate an index. An index based solely on stock prices is called a "price weighted index." This type of index ignores the importance of any particular stock or the company size. A "market value weighted" index, on the other hand, takes into account the size of the companies involved. That way, price shifts of small companies have less influence than those of larger companies. Another type of index is the "market share weighted" index. This type of index is based on the number of shares, rather than their total value. Index As Investment Tool Another huge function of indexes is that they can function as investment instruments in and of themselves. Mutual funds based on an index duplicate the holdings of the underlying index. Thus, if index A rises by 1%, the Index A Mutual Fund rises by 1%. This has the tremendous advantage of lower costs. Plus these index funds have been shown to generally outperform managed funds. The Big Indexes One of the best-known indexes in the world is the Dow Jones Industrial Average. It is a "price-weighted average" index composed of the stocks of 30 of the most influential companies in America. Some feel that 30 companies are not enough to form an accurate assessment for so influential a measurement, but it is reported around the globe daily nevertheless. The Standard & Poor 500 Index is based on 500 United States corporations, carefully chosen to represent a broader picture of economic activity. Beyond the United States, the most influential index is the FTSE 100 Index, based on 100 of the largest companies on the London Stock Exchange. It is 1 of the most important indexes in Europe. 2 other important indexes are France's CAC 40 and Japan's Nikkei 225.

         
    Stock investing tip

     

    If you are looking for a Stock Investing Tip you have come to the right place. Investing tips come from everywhere and from all sources. From strangers you over hear talking in the store to the gurus on the television. When we are in a strong bull market, and it seems like the market will not go down no matter what, you can get a great stock investing tip just from throwing a dart at the list of stocks in Investors Business Daily, and come out with a winner. An Investing Tip can come from an article you read in the newspaper or a magazine. Usually the time you read about it, the stock has already made it's big move. That is when the smart money starts taking their profits and sells to the dump money. Sometimes investing tips come as a pump and dump. With the smaller priced stocks it does not take much money to buy alot of shares. They will then start talking about, or writing newsletters about how good (pump) the company is just to get people to start buying the stock, and at the same time they are selling (dump) their shares. If you are getting into the market because of a tip you got, you are bound to lose your hard earned money. Sure you might get lucky a few times, like in a strong bull market, but in the long run you will eventually lose all your money that you set aside for investing. The best stock investing tip you will ever receive is going to be right here. Do not buy any stock on any tip that you here!!! Do not put your hard earned money in any investment blindly, do your homework. Many beginners in the stock market will feel that they have to jump in on the tip they have gotten in order to make the big buck. They are afraid the train is going to leave without them. They don't want to be left out of the big move. There is no reason to be jumping into any stock right away. There are thousands of stocks to invest in. Let the stock price come to you, do not go chasing a stock. Learning how to invest in stocks is not difficult, but it does take time, just like learning anything in live. Take the time to learn, there are many books to read that will get you going in the right direction. Read them, study them, study the market, practice trading on paper. Take the time to learn how to invest, you will not regret it. The stock market is not going anywhere, it's been here for a long time, and will continue to be here for a long time to come. Soon the only stock investing tip you will be listening to will be coming from the knowledge that you have learned, and that is the best investing tip that you can get. Then your friends and family will be coming to you for investing tips.

         
    Stock investment research guidelines to eliminate stress

     

    This day and age presents a large amount of opportunities to invest your money. But sometimes it’s difficult to choose the best investments that are suitable for your situation. If you are interested in investing your money in stocks then this article may be of assistance to you. Below you will find ideas on how a little research can take the stress out of stock investing and hopefully fetch large returns from your stock investment. Find Investments That You Trust The best way to choose the right stock is to research a stock company to find information that may or may not be desirable. Consider only companies, which have been trading in the public market for a long period of time. These companies often provide extra security and stability for a well maintained and branched out investment portfolio. Use the information you get from stock market quoting to determine if you think the particular company is a fit for you. Periodically keep yourself up to date on the companies your investing in, just because a company is stable now doesn't mean they'll be around several years from now. Search for Recent News A good way to find profitable investments is by reading news stories that may influence the value of a companies stock in which you are going to invest your money. By updating yourself about the stock market you can be in touch with top stories of public companies, which can keep you informed about what is going on in the market (company’s stock value is going up or down). This can be especially useful if you get wind about major scandals or negative factors on time and are able to sell shares before the price drops. Alternatively this will also enable you to invest before an upcoming event that may cause a spike or upwards trend as well. Keep an Eye On New Technologies You should also read news about technological progress and fields like health care and biochemistry. New advancements in these fields can cause a sudden rise in stock prices, quickly earning you a nice profit. Learning about new and advanced technologies before they become well known, can potentially give you long term benefits and opportunities to engage your money in other investments. Don't expect each and every new technology to cause an increase in stock value, but there is a better chance for making good profits from initial investments. Invest for the Long Term It is important to know about long term investments. Usually long term investments give more benefits than many short term investments. Many short-term investments also do well (scheduling your purchase and sell ahead of time can also save you some heartaches); long-term investments will add stability and security to your portfolio. Find Yourself Some Good Help With not too much trouble you will find many other people investing like you are. Ask around, there's a good chance many of them use a stock recommendation service or a broker they're happy with. In this case they'll gladly recommend their services and if you’re new this may be a smart way to get started - this should also help you to avoid stock broker fraud as well.

         
     
         
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