Posts Tagged ‘investments’

Long Term Investing in Dividend Stocks

If you’re a beginning investor you probably have some money saved, and now you’re trying to figure out what to buy and why. Dividend stocks can be a good choice for the foundation of a long term investment portfolio. Dividend payout vs. yield One of the first things that you’ll need to know is that […]

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5 Reasons to Sell POT Today!

I just read a well-timed article on Profitable Trading. Unfortunately I read it a day too late. POT did break out today. If you bought it yesterday you could have sold it today and walked away with a nice profit. 1) However, that spike upward just brings POT back to the normal downward trend that […]

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Financial Planning For Your Baby

You just had a baby? Congratulations! How do you come up with a financial plan for a baby? You can start by checking out an interest compounding calculator. I chose this one today only because it came up in a search. You can pick numbers that make sense to you, but the important thing is […]

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When To Sell A Stock or Fund – A Tough Question

Knowing when to sell an investment in a stock or fund can be harder than knowing when to buy. The reason is because selling has so many of its own rules and rationalizations to consider. For example: The type of investment account is a major consideration. Is it a 401(k) that has a limited number […]

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The Big Buzz Over the Twitter IPO

Interestingly enough, institutional investors seem to be saying that the Twitter IPO will not be the debacle that the Facebook IPO was for early investors, and that in fact the stock might be undervalued and positioned as a legitimate buy. Personally, I don’t plan to buy it because I don’t know how they make (or […]

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