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Let’s make 2012 a profitable year for your investment portfolio! Invest In 2012 will teach you the correct investment strategies and share many insightful investment tips. Truth be told, it has never been a better time to be an individual investor. In the past, the big guys had all the advantages. Now, the playing field has been evened. Insider information has become less and less useful, and trading commissions are almost non-existent. While the big guys must continually pore over hundreds of m...
It’s a pretty interesting time to be investing in Google, Inc. Google’s stock hasn’t moved much in a year, while Google has been consistently cranking out great earnings and profits.Let’s take a look at Google from a business stand point.
Investing in Google as a business.
Last updated: April 9, 2012
Google’s primary business is shifting: according to a Google spokesperson, Google is shifting from a search company to an answers company: instant answers are the way of the future...
The bears are all out in full force: they’re proclaiming how “commodities are dead” or “this is the end of the great commodity bull market” or “commodities have seen their best days already”. But what these bears fail to realize is one thing: every bull market MUST exceed it’s previous high (not inflation adjusted). By just taking a look at history, we can see that clearly, most commodities haven’t exceeded their previous highs. So this raises 2 points.
Someone’s buying as much as he can.
The rich will be richer and the poor will be poorer.
20 years ago it would have been unheard of for an investor to make 40% year-over-year returns. Even 20% year-over-year was a spectacular return. But nowadays, even many of the really big hedge fund managers (big funds are at a disadvantage because of their size) crank out 50%+ returns year-over-year. So why is this?
The markets are spinning at a faster and faster pace. Computer trading and gung-ho money slingers are really wiping up the m...
Let me tell you three stories today.
A bunch of bloggers (whom I won’t name) were selling textlinks, which are basically links that point to other websites (e.g. thisisalink). Before I explain why these bloggers were selling links, let me give you some background coverage.
Basically, Google assigns each website a PageRank, which is a 1-10 scale that gauges the “popularity” of your site. Google ranks it’s search results based upon your site’s PageRank: ggenerally, sites with higher ...
Two investment strategies are popular (in fact, so popular that everyone seems to have heard of them): buying undervalued stocks and buying growth stocks. In this post, we’re going to cover growth stocks. These kinds of stocks typically are priced at a premium, because the investors who are holding on to them generally believe that they’re going to keep growing. Like anything in the stock market, buying a growth stock is a zero sum game. The guy that’s selling stock to you is betting that the pr...
This will be sweet and brief. Here are my three random predictions.
The U.S. will not go to war with Iran.
Despite all the hype in the media about the U.S. preparing for war with Iran, it’s not going to happen. While Americans love to say that the reason for their war in the Middle East is to free them from dictators, we all know that the real reason is OIL.
First of all, Obama’s got his big election coming up. By starting another war, his chances of being re-elected will be 0%.
Also, the ...