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Consider these things when selecting the amount of coverage. 1. Number of family members that financially depend on you. 2. Your current income and...
1. Debt/Equity Ratio: The company/business should have little or no debt. I prefer to buy companies with a debt/equity ratio of less than 1. 2. Return...
Tags: debt, equity, ratio
Rule #1. Select a company with high sales and a 30% year to year growth in sales. High sales growth is a strong indicator that the products or...
Rule #2 : Company must have a 30% year to year growth in profit after taxes. So your target businesses deliver on sales. Good. But sales growth must...
Rule #3 : Look for return on network that is 25% or more. RONW clearly shows if a company is using funds efficiently and effectively. One way to judge...
Rule # 4 : Consider Price to Earning (P/E) ratio and Dividend Yield. The most common measure of valuation is the ratio of price to the earnings per...
Rule # 5 – Cheap stocks can be very expensive and high priced stocks have better value. Penny stocks trading at very low prices can be expensive in...
Tags: stocks, investing
Rule #6 : Subscribe to IPOs only if you like betting on the toss of a coin. There’s an impression that an IPO allotment is like winning the...
Rule #7 : Don’t get emotionally invested. Set loss limits and stick to them. The worst losses occur when the investor takes a losing position and...
Rule #8 : Don't under or over diversify. Bill Gates made his fortune with one stock— that of his own company, Microsoft. Peter Lynch held up to 200...
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