One Up On Wall Street: How To Use What You Already Know To Make Money In The Market

One Up On Wall Street: How To Use What You Already Know To Make Money In The Market

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More than one million copies have been sold of this seminal book on investing in which legendary mutual-fund manager Peter Lynch explains the advantages that average investors have over professionals and how they can use these advantages to achieve financial success.

America’s most successful money manager tells how average investors can beat the pros by using what they know. According to Lynch, investment opportunities are everywhere. From the supermarket to the workplace, we encounter products and services all day long. By paying attention to the best ones, we can find companies in which to invest before the professional analysts discover them. When investors get in early, they can find the “tenbaggers,” the stocks that appre

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The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing: Fifth Edition

The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing: Fifth Edition

The essential stock market guide, now updated with even more timely and necessary information

Now in its fifth edition, The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing has established itself as a clear, concise, and highly effective approach to stocks and investment strategy. Rooted in the principles that made it invaluable from the start, this completely revised and updated edition of The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing shares a wealth of information, including:
• What has changed and what remains timeless as the economy recovers from the subprime crash
• All-new insights from deep historical research showing which measurements best identify winning stocks
• A rock-solid value averaging plan

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Tradeview Weathers Wild Market Swing after Changes to Swiss National Bank

Tradeview Weathers Wild Market Swing after Changes to Swiss National Bank

(PRWEB) January 19, 2015

Tradeview LTD, a leading CIMA licensed FX Brokerage, is pleased to announce that it was largely unaffected by last week’s extreme market volatility in the CHF due to the policy changes of the Swiss National Bank. CEO Tim Furey states, “We are proud to say we were able to calmly navigate the rough waters during yesterday’s Swiss storm.”

Tradeview’s business model has been to strive for business in places where other firms do not. As a result, Tradeview has a well-diversified client book, with the majority of their clients residing in South America. Combining a small percentage of clients trading CHF pairs with their unparalleled risk management systems, Tradeview was able to remain unscathed by Thursday’s events.

The past 48 hours has the currency markets making front page news. To many traders, seasoned veterans as well as those starting in the business, the movement in the currency markets, i.e. Swiss Franc, was unprecedented. Whether it is a sophisticated algorithm programmer to an individual testing the direction of the wind, each trading participant observed price movements somewhat in amazement.

As teams of organizations, be it investment adviser, broker, liquidity provider, or even institutional banks on a global scale, sort through their own proprietary financial positions or that of their clients portfolio, Tradeview takes comfort that it has always, as it does now, taken the position that tenants to sound risk management practices, diversification and a rigorous understanding of the nature of FX and other markets, are not in fact just theories, but practical guidelines to actively put in place.

Says Furey, “Our trading seminars are not only forums for a cocktail or coffee break, but meant to educate those targeted investors to understanding the nature of markets, how they logistically operate, and how to preserve capital as well as to grow it.”

He continued,”We simply take one step more than some of our competitors who just want to ‘fill it and bill it.'”

The Tradeview CEO went on to say, “If you read our website, you’ll notice a wealth of information from many experts in other markets, including the equity markets, on the current state of those markets as well as information that correlates to FX, gold, interest rates, or the price of a particular stock however remotely uncoupled with currencies.”

He added, “TV takes an interest in such markets because our world is far reaching and dynamic. Not one dimensional. From the portfolio of our clients to the entities we trade, TV prospective is global in scope resulting in a wide ranging view of risk management whether it’s the calm waters from the Swiss Alps to the rough and tumble of world of emerging markets.”

Markets will heal themselves as they always do; it’s the beauty of markets. TV has staff that traded through every financial crises going back to the inflationary cycle of the late 1970s. Some learn and remain, others are unable to recover. Anticipation is vital as leaders anticipate and losers react.

“Tradeview anticipates, so we are not going away. In fact as Warren Buffett exposed on so many occasions, there are opportunities in such times to learn and grow. We look forward to communicating our continued tale of sound risk management practices and helping our clients learn and grow … in fact thrive in such circumstances,” Furey said.

“As we’ve told many of our clients during the past 48 hours, it is business as usual, with no changes to the company’s operations,” he added.

Tradeview Markets, a wholly owned trading subsidiary of Tradeview LTD, is authorized and regulated by the Cayman Island Monetary Authority (CIMA). Its core activity is the provision of Forex and CFD products on the financial markets. Tradeview Ltd is one of the leading providers of white label financial and CFD platforms.

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Stock Market Downgrade Makes Next Quarter’s Earnings Story That Much More Attractive

Most economic analysis hasn’t been accurate over the last several years, and it’s partially due to the severity of the financial crisis, which almost brought about the complete collapse of the stock market. While history is replete with all kinds of recessions (some more severe than others), memories are short on Wall Street, because that’s what most people are doing there—working for short-term gains.

Imagine if you were a Warren Buffett type of investor; you’ve already made enough money to live comfortably and you’re running a large investment portfolio, the purpose of which is to invest in businesses at good prices for the long term. Your holdings would reflect the general state of the economy, but you would relish the opportunity to buy more companies when prices retreat. That’s your business—to invest in good businesses and good managers. The returns are the returns. They can’t be predicted and that’s why the entry price is so important.

Big investors like Buffett and hedge-fund managers like George Soros invest a lot of money in a lot of different types of securities. They also trade around their positions as market conditions warrant. Soros has been selling gold recently, but still has a very large net long position. My favorite investment analyst, Jim Rogers, makes big, calculated investments based on a theme or trend, and then trades around the position as market valuations change. Before Rogers makes a big investment, however, he waits for the marketplace to achieve extremes in prices. In the absence of market extremes, he just waits. That’s how you have to be as an investor—patient and flexible.

We know we’re in a period of slow economic growth. We know the economy is sputtering, as are employment and the housing market. These are all structural issues that take a good deal of time to correct in the business cycle. So, from my perspective, it’s a hurry-up-and-wait kind of market.

Predicting the stock market is an irrelevant endeavor. Predicting earnings and cash flow from a business—now that’s a different story. I think we’re likely to see share prices continue to drift until second-quarter earnings season begins. Once again, the market will expect its numbers to be met and, more importantly, it will want to see improved corporate visibility for a stock to go up in price.

Predictions are just guesswork, but expectations for returns from stocks are currently being driven down. This makes the near-term outlook weak. But, it also makes outperformance later that much easier. Barring any major new shocks to the system, the market is setting itself up for an earnings rally at some point within the next nine months. That, by the way, is just a guess.

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