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  • Asset allocation: The key to building a solid investment portfolio
  • If you want to start investing or already have started buying different stocks and bonds, you want to ensure the best chance of success so you can grow your wealth over the long-term. Picking winning stocks isn't as important as you may think it is. One factor that's vitally important is asset allocation. In other words, how you spread your money across different asset classes. So how do... ››› more
  • [02 September 2015]
  • Three tips to help you find the best shares to buy
  • Investing is the stock market is one of the best ways to grow your wealth over the long-term. The secret is picking shares that stand the best chance of future success. So how can you find the best shares to buy on the stock market? Read on to uncover three tips to help you do it… Tip #1: Always take fundamentals into account when buying shares Technical analysis does have its... ››› more
  • [01 September 2015]
  • Don't let your gains become losses, use an exit strategy
  • Buying shares is an easy thing for most investors to do. The really hard part is selling. Not selling out of stocks means you can potentially turn a profitable investment into a losing one. So when should you sell your stocks? You need to follow an exit strategy. Read on to find out more… How to know when it’s time to sell your stocks When you invest, you do so with the go... ››› more
  • [18 August 2015]
  • Why you must stick to your stop losses
  • Stop losses are an essential part of risk management and should form part of your investment strategy. The key to using stop losses is adhering to them. There's no point using stop losses then never selling if the share price hits them. So why is it so important to stick to your stop losses? Read on to find out… The point of using stop losses Whether you use fixed stop losses o... ››› more
  • [13 August 2015]
  • The ultimate "safety net" every investor needs to know about
  • In Chapter 20 of Benjamin Graham's book, The Intelligent Investor, there's an important investing concept that can be useful to every investor. Benjamin Graham, encourages investing with a margin of safety. Now if you don't know what that is, a margin of safety is simply the margin for error investors need, as it's impossible to pinpoint business value. It's the difference between the rea... ››› more
  • [12 August 2015]
  • Four steps to making money in speculative stocks
  • If you understand the risks, investing in more speculative shares like penny stocks can be very rewarding. But before you do anything, you can't pick speculative stocks at random, you need to do your homework. Read on to discover how you can make money in speculative stocks by following these four steps… Investing in speculative stocks step #1: Ensure the stocks are suitable for you ... ››› more
  • [12 August 2015]
  • How to cut through the stock market noise and invest successfully
  • As an investor you'll probably read the financial news regularly, especially when it's about shares you own. But you shouldn't let this news stand in the way of your investments, nor should you let it made your investment decisions for you. Instead you need to have an investment strategy to follow… Don’t make decisions based on guesses, use an investment strategy You can try to ... ››› more
  • [11 August 2015]
  • Use this investment strategy to maximise your profits
  • When you invest in shares, you want to buy at the lowest price possible and sell at the highest price you can. This maximises your profit potential from investing. The way you instruct your stock broker to buy shares has a big bearing on this. It all comes down to the type of order you use. So what type of order should you use when buying shares to maximise your profit potential? Read on ... ››› more
  • [06 August 2015]
  • Three reasons why you should ignore the financial news when it comes to your investments
  • If you're an investor, chances are you'll read the financial news regularly. You'll probably pay close attention to stories about stocks you hold shares in. But by letting what you read in the news influence your investment decisions, you could be hurting your returns. Read on to uncover three reasons why you should ignore the financial news… Reason #1: Financial news can lead you to... ››› more
  • [06 August 2015]
  • The best investment to put compounding to work in
  • By reinvesting any return you receive from an investment, you can benefit from the power of compounding. Compounding provides you with a way to let your money snowball over the years. So which asset does compounding work best with? Read on to find out… How best to make use of compounding Compounding works at its best with shares. You can see this with a study Professor Jerem... ››› more
  • [31 July 2015]
  • The shares to buy to create long-term wealth on the stock market
  • Focusing too much on the short-term performance of your investments can have a detrimental effect on your long-term returns. By chasing returns, you just end up jumping from investment to another investment. So how can you boost your long-term wealth building potential on the stock market? Read on to find out… Invest in shares with certain strategic advantages You can learn a l... ››› more
  • [30 July 2015]
  • Why you must pay attention to goodwill on a company's balance sheet
  • When looking into companies to invest in, it's easy to concern yourself with profits. And this can lead you to ignore the balance sheet. But you need to pay attention to the balance sheet, particularly goodwill. Here's why… What is goodwill? The balance sheet contains a company’s assets. You’ll find goodwill listed here. Goodwill is an intangible asset. It can be a number o... ››› more
  • [29 July 2015]
  • Don't waste your hard-earned cash trying to time the market
  • In spite of being almost impossible to do successfully, there are investors who try to time their entry and exit from the stock market. By trying to time the market, you'll no doubt be wrong the vast majority of the time. Here's why you should avoid market timing and what you should do instead… Why market timing doesn’t pay off There are some investors who’re determined to tim... ››› more
  • [28 July 2015]
  • How to profit from the drought of this precious commodity
  • The world is running out of water. Demand is soaring, but drought is keeping supplies in some regions of the world extremely tight. As the world faces this growing crisis, there are opportunities to profit from companies that are providing solutions to deal with the lack of water. Read on to find out more… The growing strain on water supplies The UN predicts that demand for water ... ››› more
  • [27 July 2015]


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