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  • Could technical analysis be the investing strategy for you?
  • Technical analysis is very different to the other main facet of share analysis, fundamental analysis. Fundamental analysis involves delving into a company's financials and economic goings on. On the other hand, technical analysis involves estimating the future movement of shares and other assets by using trends and patterns generated from historic price action. Let's take a closer look at what tec... ››› more
  • [29 April 2014]
  • Investment success revealed: The basis of any stock market strategy
  • Before you start picking stocks and putting your money into the stock market, there's one fundamental thing you should do first. You need to sit down and work out what you want to achieve by investing in the stock market. This is a vital step in any stock market strategy. So what do you need to think about? Let's take a closer look… You stock market strategy need investment goals Before you... ››› more
  • [28 April 2014]
  • Why discipline is crucial to your stock market strategy
  • Whatever your stock market strategy, without discipline you'll struggle to make it work. This is the case for both long-term investing and short-term trading. Discipline is one factor that makes a successful investor or trader. Let's take a closer look at why discipline is so important… The role of discipline in your investing strategy Discipline is a vital part of investing. It improves yo... ››› more
  • [25 April 2014]
  • Invest in shares on the cheap with these three strategies
  • If you're a value investor, you're looking for beaten down companies trading at value prices. There are a number of different ways to uncover the best undervalued companies trading at the best prices with the best potential. Here are three common strategies you could try out… ****************************************************** Get a 72 hour head-start on everyone else… Let TV show pun... ››› more
  • [17 April 2014]
  • Discover the easier way to make money
  • While most people believe you have to slog hard your whole life to make money, you've always know there had to be an easier way. Well guess what? You're absolutely right. You don't have to break your back for every cent you earn. In fact, if you look at the world's super-rich, they hardly work for the bulk of the money they make. That's because they've figured out how to get their money t... ››› more
  • [17 April 2014]
  • Should you pay attention to listed company directors buying and selling stock?
  • Once you invest in a share, you should keep an eye on the news flow coming out of the company. By following this news flow you can get some clues on what's going on in a company. Whenever a listed company director buys or sells stock in their company, they must announce it to the stock market. So what should you take from that? Let's take a closer look… ****************************************... ››› more
  • [16 April 2014]
  • The pros and cons of using ROCE to invest in shares
  • When it comes to trying to unearth great companies listed on the stock market, investors are always looking for easy ways to spot could-be winning shares. One tool that you may find a handy addition to your investor toolkit is ROCE or return on capital employed. The calculation can flag up potentially great companies, but it has its downfalls too. Let's take a closer look at using ROCE to invest i... ››› more
  • [15 April 2014]
  • How to find a good stock to invest in
  • People invest in the stock market because they want to make money. Many people think if only they can find the right stock, they could make their millions. Unfortunately it's not as easy as that. But there are ways to find a good stock to invest in. It's a case of looking for certain tell-tale signs and doing some analysis. Let's take a closer look at how you can do this… *********************... ››› more
  • [14 April 2014]
  • If a buy and hold strategy suits you then you need to focus on income
  • There are various types of investment strategies. But they all boil down to three different approaches: Income investing, value investing and growth investing. If buying and holding shares for a long period of time is a strategy that suits your investment style, then you need to focus on dividends. Let's take a closer look at income investing… **************************************************... ››› more
  • [11 April 2014]
  • Rebalancing: Reshuffle your investment portfolio regularly and reap the benefits
  • Investors are prone to hanging onto shares and other assets they own. Even if some of your portfolio has performed well, it doesn't mean you should hold on regardless. Sometimes you have to fight your fears and let go. One way to do this is to regularly rebalance your portfolio. By rebalancing, not only can you bank some profits from assets that have done well, but you can invest in others. Let's ... ››› more
  • [10 April 2014]
  • A simple strategy to find the best stocks to invest in
  • The investment world is full of different strategies to help you succeed when you invest. But finding a strategy that's easy to apply can be more difficult. This strategy is very simple. By following it, you have the chance to buy some of the best stocks around that should continue to prosper in the years ahead. Let's take a closer look at what this strategy is all about… *********************... ››› more
  • [09 April 2014]
  • The hidden dangers lurking behind the PE ratio
  • The price earnings (PE) ratio has to be one of the most used financial ratios in investing. Of course, it hasn't stood the test of time by not having its uses. The PE ratio is a good indicator of whether a stock is over-or undervalued. But, you can't use it in isolation. You need to dig much deeper before you make an investing decision on the basis of it. Let's take a closer look at some of the hi... ››› more
  • [08 April 2014]
  • The drawbacks of using the PE ratio when you invest in shares
  • When investors search for shares to invest in, one popular ratio to look at is a company's price earnings (PE) ratio. The PE ratio can be a good indicator of whether a share is cheap or expensive. But the PE ratio doesn't reveal whether a share is good value. The PE ratio has its flaws. Let's take a closer look at some of these… The earnings side of the PE ratio To calculate the PE ratio, y... ››› more
  • [07 April 2014]
  • What type of stock market strategy do you follow?
  • When it comes down to investing, there are essentially three different broad types of strategies that investors follow. These three strategies are income investing, value investing and growth investing. Let's take a closer look at these three strategies… Your investing strategy will depend on your money making focus When it comes to investing in shares, you can make money in two ways, Phil ... ››› more
  • [03 April 2014]


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