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Wall Street Wisdom Vs. Market Cycle Investment Management

Wall Street Wisdom Vs. Market Cycle Investment Management

During every correction, I encourage investors to avoid the destructive inertia that results from trying to determine: how low can we go; how long will this last? Investors who add to their portfolios during...

Investing Lessons And Golf – Working The Ball

Investing Lessons And Golf – Working The Ball

I think it was the immortal Ben Hogan who quipped: I can put “left” on the ball and I can put “right” on the ball— “straight” is essentially an accident. Most amateur golfers would make a slightly different observation. We can hit the ball left or right with no problem; we just have no idea when either will occur.

Warren Buffet On An Investment News Channel

Warren Buffet On An Investment News Channel

Far from being impractical, Buffett’s success suggests—or even proves—that the only practical way of making money is to do a handful of straightforward things and keep doing them for decades.

Madoff Sons Helped Sell The Madoff Fund

Madoff Sons Helped Sell The Madoff Fund

Dad’s business — Bernie Madoff Investment Securities — was not their domain, they say, and thus they have nothing to do with the fraud. For a long time, people have suspected this wasn’t true, but a story in offers the best evidence yet.

Can A Bad Situation Have Good Effects?

Can A Bad Situation Have Good Effects?

“Absolute Truth” well science maintains there is there is no such thing like that, but from the current global financial crisis it is evident that there is no absolute free market. Truth is always relative, just like freedom.

Suicide Risk Increasing Due To Financial Crisis

Suicide Risk Increasing Due To Financial Crisis

Mental health experts say the sour economy has turned what usually manifests as seasonal blues into a full-blown crisis. “The fear of losing one’s job and pressures caused by a downturn in business, demotion or pension plan cutbacks can be bad for mental health and therefore increase suicide risk.”

Is Dow Jones Close To A Circuit Break

Is Dow Jones Close To A Circuit Break

For the current fourth quarter, if the Dow drops 1,100 points before 2 p.m., trading stops for an hour. If such a drop happens between 2 p.m. and 2:30 p.m., trading halts for a half hour. After 2:30 p.m., the 1,100-point threshold expires.

There is also a 2,200-point mark. If the Dow falls by that much before 1 p.m., trading stops for two hours. Between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., a 2,200-drop causes an hour halt. After 2 p.m., trading ends.

How To Sharpen Your Investment Skills?

How To Sharpen Your Investment Skills?

To be a good investor it requires financial intelligence that you should constantly improve. You have to start reading a lot of books and magazines, the great idea can come without even knowing. Inform...