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Value Stock Investing, Quality is Job One - How much financial bloodshed
is necessary before we realize that there is no safe and easy shortcut
to investment success? When do we learn that most of our mistakes involve
greed, fear, or unrealistic expectations about what we own? Eventually,
successful investors begin to allocate assets in a goal directed manner
by adopting a realistic Investment Strategy... an ongoing security selection
and monitoring process that is guided by realistic expectations, selection
rules, and management guidelines. If you are thinking of trying a strategy
for a year to see if it works, you're due for another smack up alongside
the head! Viable Investment Strategies transcend cycles, not years,
and viable Equity Investment Strategies consider three disciplined activities,
the first of which is Selection. Most familiar strategies ignore one
of the others.
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Nature of Stocks and their Markets - Besides money, the only thing
you need to start investing is a stock broker. Your broker will be the
individual or organization that have execute your buy and sell orders.
They will have an account for you which is just like a normal bank account,
except that it can contain not only cash, but stocks and bonds as well.
Money from the sale of shares will go into this account, and cash to
buy shares will be taken from this account.
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Fixed Income Securities: Expectations - Ive come to the conclusion
that the Stock Market is an easier medium for investors to understand
(i.e., to form behavioral expectations about) than the Fixed Income
Market. As unlikely as this sounds, experience proves it, irrefutably.
Few investors grow to love volatility as I do, but most expect it in
the Market Value of their equity positions. When dealing with Fixed
Income Securities however, neither they nor their advisors are comfortable
with any downward movement at all. Most won't consider taking profits
when prices increase, but will rush in to accept losses when prices
Exclusive Club of Large Caps - Picture one of those clubs where
only the real heavyweights need apply. In the library the old aristocrats,
General Motors and JP Morgan, are dozing in their leather chairs. On
the terrace, a late luncheon is underway for those who have only improved
their standing through marriage. ExxonMobil and Citigroup are part of
the party. At the bar, a number of the"nouveau riche" have
gathered - Microsoft seems to be buying for Intel and Hewlett Packard.
Welcome to the world of the Large Cap Stock Club, the biggest of the
worlds publicly traded companies.
to Dispute Credit Report Errors - Your credit report--a type of
consumer report--contains information about where you work and live
and how you pay your bills. It also may show whether you've been sued
or arrested or have filed for bankruptcy. Companies called consumer
reporting agencies (CRAs) or credit bureaus compile and sell your credit
report to businesses. Because businesses use this information to evaluate
your applications for credit, insurance, employment, and other purposes
allowed by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), it's important that
the information in your report is complete and accurate.
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