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The Advantages of Trading Options Over Stocks

Copyright 2006 Billy Williams In the investing world, trillions of dollars worth of shares are bought and sold each day on the major exchanges all over the world. On any given day, traders and investors can take part in the purest form of capitalism by putting their money at risk …

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Stocks Look Pricey

The first quarter of 2006 is over. Now is a good time to reflect on stock prices and the opportunities they present. Bargains are scarce. Equities are expensive. In recent weeks, I’ve heard several fund managers say valuations are still attractive. I don’t agree. Generally speaking, valuations are unattractive. Returns …

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Stocks to Buy for Bear Markets

When stocks are bullish that is, when prices of the stock market in a steady rise it is pretty easy for anyone to make money on Wall Street. Studies have any shown that in certain kinds of easy-money markets, novices did just as well as pros when it came to …

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The China Factor

Unless you have been in a cocoon, you most likely are aware that China will in all probability become the next economic superpower in the world. The country’s economy is on steroids, growing at close to double digits over the past few years and this is not expected to change. …

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An Industry Blueprint To Stocks And Shares

In this day and age, a lot of things have changed from how they used to be, which can be new and exciting for most. Because of the large size of the stock market, beginner investors appear to feel overwhelmed as to where to even activate investing their money. To …

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The Case for Value Stock Investing… What If?

Wall Street Institutions pay billions of dollars annually to convince the investing public that their Economists, Investment Managers, and Analysts can predict future price movements in specific company shares and trends in the overall Stock Market. Such predictions (often presented as “Wethinkisms” or Model Asset Allocation adjustments) make self-deprecating investors …

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