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  • The invisible power behind the world's best investments
  • Over the long sweep of your investing lifetime, strategies that only work extremely well in certain market situations are unlikely to play a dominant role. The big secret therefore is something you can use all the time, for your entire life, as an investor. And here it is: Some companies are much better than others at compounding capital. Much better. Read on to find out more… If your goal as ... ››› more
  • [09 January 2014]
  • Uncover consistent profit margins and you could be onto a winner
  • Trying to unearth a good investment can be difficult. But if you look out for a few key factors, you increase the chances of a profitable investment. One such key factor is consistent profit margins. Read on to uncover what you should look for… The laws of economics make maintaining consistent profit margins very difficult, Dan Ferris in S&A Digest explains… But the companies that do are ... ››› more
  • [08 January 2014]
  • How to find a great investment opportunity by looking at a company's balance sheet
  • When it comes to trying to find a worthwhile investment opportunity, it can be difficult knowing where to start your research. But if you uncover a company with a great balance sheet, you could be well on your way to uncovering fantastic investing opportunity. Read on to uncover what you need to look for… There are certain financial clues that indicate a company is worthy of your investment, D... ››› more
  • [07 January 2014]
  • A top financial clue to uncovering great investments: Gushing free cash flow
  • When you're searching for a potential winning investment, there are a few financial clues that you should look for. One of these crucial financial clues is gushing free cash flow. It's critical for analysing a business, and you can find it quickly and easily in a company's financial statements. Read on to find out what you need to know this financial clue… Finding great investments is a diffic... ››› more
  • [03 January 2014]
  • The 3 most important ratios for finding value
  • Everyone loves a bargain. But some people are willing to work harder to get it. Investors are like shoppers. Some will stand in line to buy the latest hot Apple product (or stock), while others will wait patiently until the product or stock they want goes on sale. Read on to discover the three most important ratios for finding value… When investors look for cheap stocks, they often concentrate... ››› more
  • [02 January 2014]
  • When to sell a share: The only 2 reasons to unload an investment
  • It can be all too easy to buy a share. The big question is when do you sell? Should you listen to what analysts, stockbrokers or the financial press tell you? It can all be pretty confusing. When it comes down to it, there are only two reason to sell a share. Read to discover what these two reasons are… There are only TWO reasons to sell stock or another investment, Dr Steve Sjuggerud in Inves... ››› more
  • [27 December 2013]
  • Why holding cash in your investment portfolio gives you options
  • It can be all too easy to think that all the cash you have earmarked for investing is in shares and other assets. But the truth is, holding some cash gives you options. It means you have spare cash should you need access to additional funds. It means that should the market crash, you won't suffer just as badly. Read on to uncover more about why cash gives you options… By holding some cash you ... ››› more
  • [27 December 2013]
  • Two of the best investment ideas for 2014
  • The Forbes' 2014 Investment Guide came out two weeks ago. And amongst some of the ideas included in the guide were some gems. And you can apply them to you own investing. Read on to uncover what two of the best investment ideas for 2014 are... In the recently released Forbes’ 2014 Investment Guide, there were some ideas that you should ignore, Alexander Green in Investment U explains… But... ››› more
  • [23 December 2013]
  • How to pick high-growth companies
  • Imagine if you'd bought shares in a company like Apple when it was on the cusp of making it big? You no doubt would now be sitting on shares worth a very respectable amount. But there are ways for you to try and uncover the next Apple. Read on to uncover the factors that make a great performing share… The factors that make a great-performing share are well known and have been intensively studi... ››› more
  • [23 December 2013]
  • How to create a properly balanced investment portfolio
  • By now you know that there are many ways you can create a balanced investment portfolio. Today we'll have a brief look at some of the equity-based financial instruments you can invest in to create a balanced portfolio. But before we do, let's have a look at what financial instruments are in more detail. What is a financial instrument?  Essentially, a financial instrument is an easily trada... ››› more
  • [18 December 2013]
  • Why having a ‘margin of safety' can pay off
  • Warren Buffett is perhaps the world's most infamous investor. His investment strategy has seen him become the fourth richest man in the world. And that's in spite him donating vast amounts to charity. He sticks to value investing, but always with a margin of safety so he is doesn't have to sell at beaten down prices. Let's take a closer look at why having a ‘margin of safety' can pay off… A ... ››› more
  • [18 December 2013]
  • How to protect your wealth no matter what happens next
  • To protect your wealth against the unthinkable, then it's worthwhile having some money invested in ‘chaos hedges'. Chaos hedges protect you when thing going wrong. Yes you should invest in shares and bonds, but you want to hold something else just in case. Read on how to protect your wealth… It’s a good idea to own silver and gold just in case, Doc Eifrig in The Daily Crux explains… Silv... ››› more
  • [18 December 2013]
  • The real secret of Warren Buffett's investing success
  • It's no secret that Warren Buffett has an outstanding investment track record. And if you have much more than a vague interest in investment, you probably think you already know a fair bit about Buffett's approach to buying stocks. But a recent study shows that Warren Buffett likes to take on a bit more risk than first thought. Let's take a closer look at the real secret of Warren Buffett's invest... ››› more
  • [17 December 2013]
  • How to work out if dividend growth is already in a share price
  • If you're looking to invest in a company for healthy dividend paying shares, it pays to focus on the potential for dividend growth, rather than just hunting for high dividend yields. Looking for high yields alone can mean you pay over the odds for a share. Read on to find out how to work out if dividend growth is already in a share's price… Well there is a simple calculation that helps, based ... ››› more
  • [17 December 2013]
  • Revealed: Warren Buffett hidden ingredient to his investing success
  • Some new academic research on Buffett has revealed a hidden ingredient to his success. He's actually taken on a good bit more risk - and been a lot less 'boring' - than many people realise, all in order to juice up his returns. So what's the secret sauce? And can you use it to help you boost your returns? Read on to find out… You might believe that Warren Buffett has succeeded because he inves... ››› more
  • [17 December 2013]


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