99 Tips about Investing Strategies

1 2 3 ... 7 8 9 10
Your goal as an investor should simply be to purchase, at a rational price, a part interest in an easily-understandable business whose earnings are...
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...
The price to book ratio is calculated by dividing share price by book value, which equals a company's assets less its liabilities, per share. This...
Another big negative with the market timing strategy is the fact that it generally involves a large number of transactions, especially when...
I will not abandon a previous approach whose logic I understand, even though it may mean forgoing large, and apparently easy, profits to embrace an...
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...
If you find a strategy that seems to have worked well in the past, be aware of all of the following. First, avoid survivorship bias, in which you fail...
The best time to buy is when market forces are systematically causing a temporary drop in prices for one stock or the overall market. Examples include...
The aim of making money is not a trading strategy. A strategy is your map for how you plan to make money. Your strategy details the approach you are...
1 2 3 ... 7 8 9 10