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Short-term vs. Long-term stock investment

There are many persons that run towards stock investment as a means to make some quick money. This is perhaps however not the best investment option for persons with short term rewards in mind. The best option when thinking of investing in stocks is if you are interested in accumulating …

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An Introduction To CFD Trading (Part 1)

Here’s a really simple yet useful tutorial on CFD trading that will get you up and running very quickly if you’re new to CFD trading. By the time you finish this article, you’ll know how CFDs work, what makes them highly profitable, and understand the costs involved in CFD trading. …

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So You’d Like To DayTrade(Or Not)

How to (not) DayTrade So you’d like to earn your living DayTrading? You have all heard the stories of losing DayTraders running down the streets shooting people? During the heady .com days prior to 2001, (when Bush became president,) there were stocks, 3 or 4 times a week that went …

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Active Stock Market Timing

Copyright 2006 Equitrend, Inc. Much has been written about the virtues and dangers of active stock market trading, or “market timing.” Most of the pundits and so called “experts” will tell you that stock market timing doesn’t work, that it’s dangerous, and that “buy and hold” is the best and …

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A Spiraling Market and Rising Penny Stock Opportunities

It’s been a wild and wooly couple of weeks on the international stock markets. But is the recent slide grinding to a halt…or just taking a breather before tumbling some more? And more importantly, what does it mean to astute penny stock investors? Wall Street recently stumbled to its worst …

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The Difference Between Down and Out

As turnaround investors, I prefer to invest in companies that are down but not out. This is important because a lot of times, investors misunderstood the two. Often times, these two types of companies are trading near or at their 52 week low. But the similarity ends there. Company that …

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