99 Tips about Investing Strategies

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When a company does a spinoff of one part of itself, both the parent and the spinoff both significantly outperform the market, on average, over the...
The decision to purchase a stock can't be made solely from a review of financial ratios. You should also evaluate subjective factors, such as the...
When selecting the interval at which an investor would like to set monies aside for investing, selecting a monthly or quarterly interval is optimal...
Although we cannot argue that growth and value don't have their differences, many overlap. There are growth managers who own companies traditionally...
Growth investors love buying stocks with higher P/E ratios because there are high expectations the company will see significant growth. However, those...
People often put stocks or their stock buying theory into the "growth" or "Value" category. This phenomenon is relatively new - pioneered primarily by...
Dollar cost averaging reduces risk and lowers the difference between the average stock price and the current market value. The drawback to the dollar...
Earnings may not be the only important indicator of the current strength of a company but they certainly provide useful information to help in the...
Financial market innovations are good for Wall Street but bad for clients. Investors must recognize that the early success of an innovation is not a...
Payout ratios are calculated by dividing dividends per share by earnings per share and indicates the percentage of profits the company is distributing...
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