Tips by InvestorGuide Staff

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The most fundamental problem with the market timing stock strategy is that it remains pure fantasy, at least according to most investment experts....
For the GARP investor, a PEG ratio (price/earnings ratio divided by its year-over-year earnings growth rate) of 1 or less is a good indicator that the...
Another big negative with the market timing strategy is the fact that it generally involves a large number of transactions, especially when...
A P/E ratio in the 10-20 range is more reasonable for a GARP (Growth at Reasonable Price) investor as it is less expensive and, less risky than a...
Book value per share is calculated by taking the total stockholder equity minus preferred equity and dividing this by the number of shares...
Since some Forex trades only last for a few minutes, knowing when key information becomes available is critical to maximizing profits. The quicker an...
Because U.S. economic data tends to have a larger impact upon rates than most other news, be sure to know that all fundamentals relating to the USD...
Not only does a retail Forex trader need to know which statistics are most relevant to the exchange rates, he/she also needs to know when all key...
So what makes FX trading so different? Well, if an investor wanted to purchase stocks, options, or futures - they would need to ultimately go...
While current or past earnings are indicators of success, they do not necessarily tell the entire tale as far as the growth strategy is concerned....
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