Tag Archives: Stocks

Bargain shopping

“The best bargains are not just stocks or assets whose prices are down the most, but rather those stocks having the lowest prices in relation to future potential earnings power.” — Sir John Templeton

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Getting Started In Stocks

So you’ve decided to invest in the stock market. Congratulations! In his 2005 book “The Future for Investors,” Jeremy Siegel showed that, in the long run, investing in stocks has handily outperformed investing in bonds, Treasury bills, gold or cash. … Continue reading

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Many Investors Don’t Even Realize That Stocks Are Up Since 2009

The S&P 500 has more than doubled since its 2009 low. Many have missed the rally. Some don’t even know there has been a rally.  At least that’s what the results of a recent investor survey revealed. Charles Schwab’s Liz … Continue reading

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Hedge Funds Are Now Buying Stocks While Retail Investors Sell

After a slow, steady grind higher throughout the month of January, stocks hit a rough patch at the end of last week. Since then, the S&P 500 has been trading sideways. We have noted how, based on weekly data from … Continue reading

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Getting Started In Stocks

So you’ve decided to invest in the stock market. Congratulations! In his 2005 book “The Future for Investors,” Jeremy Siegel showed that, in the long run, investing in stocks has handily outperformed investing in bonds, Treasury bills, gold or cash. … Continue reading

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