104 Tips about Stock Picking

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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...
My favorite time frame for holding a stock is forever.
If the job has been correctly done when a common stock is purchased, the time to sell it is -- almost never.
Book value per share is calculated by taking the total stockholder equity minus preferred equity and dividing this by the number of shares...
There are two fundamentally different ways to pick stocks that sometimes get grouped together. One is to foresee the future better than others and...
Plan A is always to buy the Coke and Moody's of the world at 50% off. If you buy these type of businesses at that discount and it takes 2-3 years to...
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....
While fundamental analysis may not be the only form of analysis used, many investors make use of at least some fundamental analysis before making...
Standard deviation, which can be found in a number of published services, measures a stock's volatility, regardless of the cause. Higher standard...
The trick for anyone using the value investing stock strategy is to find the true value of the company as opposed to its "market value." A number of...
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