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Stock Trading

How To Evaluate Stocks

Stock picking is akin to weather prediction - no one can predict with certainty five hours from now if the price will rise or fall, much less five years from now.
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How To Research Stocks

As with gamblers in Las Vegas so it is with stock investments, 'everybody's got a system'. The goal of research, however, is to make the activity a lot less like gambling and a lot more like investment....
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Why Do Share Prices Rise and Fall?

The question in the title might be a little unfair. After all, if share prices are inherently unpredictable (and in one sense, they are - more on that later), there's no answer....
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Tips on Buying and Selling Stocks

'SOFT' FACTORS The first thing to consider about investing isn't technical at all. EPS, P/E, P/S, MA and EMA, RSI and dozens of other indicators are all important. But start at the beginning by looking not outside, but in...
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Necessary Evil or Valued Partner?

As with the equities markets themselves, complexity reigns in (and reins in) regulation....
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Equities Trading and the Internet

Once upon a time there was no Internet. OK, now take a deep breath. It's alright because there is one now. For several decades (roughly from 1960 to 1990), large companies such as Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley were able to trade among themselves electronically, but these trades took place over private networks....
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What's Foreign Depends On Where You Stand

The New York Stock Exchange is not the oldest operating securities market. Though measured by total market capitalization, it's among the largest at $12 trillion - yes that's twelve trillion dollars. The Paris bourse goes back to 1724 and the Deutsche Boerse is even older: founded in 1585....
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Do You Need A Broker?

The question in the title is misleading. Most individuals have no choice whether to use a broker, since they're not members of an exchange. Those members (their employees, really) are the only ones who can actually execute a trade and they don't take calls from individual investors....
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Should You Care?

Probably you know by now that the big boys don't play nice. In the stock market, institutional and other investors with large sums have much more influence on events than the average trader. One way they do that is through the use of something called 'program trading', the purchase (or sale) of a group of stocks, usually by automated buy/sell orders....
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Government Influence on Share Prices

First, some statistics. At the end of fiscal year 2005, the U.S. Federal debt was approximately $7.9 trillion. Yes, you read that correctly. That's almost eight trillion dollars. That's up from 930 billion in 1980, an increase of more than 849%. $4.5 trillion of that is owed to 'the public' - individual T-Bill and T-Bond (and other) holders, a third Japanese....
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