The program Inversion High Performance Genius Funds supposedly is down temporarily, you can not access your website which logically temporarily caused concern among investors. It is impossible to guess the future a program investment and certainly many will have different opinions about the future of Genius Funds.. Some research in forums and bogs able to find the following information for Genius Funds dated March 18, 2010: "We thought that we would one provide an update on Funds Genius last...
Building and tracking a portfolio of securities can be both challenging and time consuming. Here are five simple tips that can help make investing a little easier — and potentially more rewarding.1. Think real returnsIn investing, it's your after-inflation return — or real return — that counts, because it determines how much your purchasing power increases or decreases.If the stocks you've invested in produce a return of 12 percent and your bonds return 6 percent,1 your...
The psychology of sellingWhy do investors sometimes seem reluctant to sell stocks that have done poorly? There are two reasons for this. The first is financial -- most people fear losing money much more than they enjoy making money, particularly if they are new to the stock market. Stocks can seem volatile, and the investor is plunging into unknown situations. It's never easy to spend your hard-earned money and then watch your investment depreciate.The second reason is more deeply rooted...
An investor needs to understand exactly what each type of investment product is designed to do whether the product is bonds, stocks, exchanged traded funds, or options.An investor also need to understand the difference between a market order and a limit order as well as what would happen in different scenarios with a stop loss order and a stop limit order. The article does a decent job of explaining the two types of stop loss orders but in case you decide not to follow the link, allow me to...
Readers share a few more of the strategies that have cost them dearly. Learn the dangers of betting it all on the next big thing, locking in losses too fast and heeding the call of margin buying.A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a column about "Blond," a young investor with a plan to make a quick buck in the market. His notion was to invest $1,000, earn 10% in a week, tuck the 10% away, reinvest the thousand bucks, make another 10% the second week and so on. At the end of the year, he'd...
Who Should Invest In Rare Coins?Anyone can invest in rare coins, but it must be done with a specific plan in mind. Whether your budget is $50 a month or $1000, you must first decide WHAT your emphasis is. Investing in rare coins does not have to be a $1 million per coin expense. Solid type sets and series sets can be put together for very little on a monthly budget.The fundamentals of buying and investing are simple:1. Don't ever buy problem coins no matter how attractive the price....
I call it the Hollywood take on commodity futures trading: it's either utter annihilation or ruler-ship over the universe. Nothing in between.What is interesting is that this view has virtually become the view. Not only is basic knowledge of trading in futures obscure to the common movie viewer, but it is also a mystery to the common investor in stocks, bonds and funds. In this absence of knowledge, the myth-makers have rushed to fill the vacuum with illusion. Consciously or unconsciously...
Appropriate asset allocation...effective diversification...suitable fund selections. These are some of the fundamental goals that every investor should desire in a mutual fund portfolio. Whether an investor is in various stages of asset accumulation or distribution, these goals are necessary for mutual fund portfolios to be successful. However, an investor can encounter many roadblocks or pitfalls in the quest to attain these goals. The remainder of this article examines three of the most common...
Once you've decided that a company has grown its sales and earnings at acceptable rates, you need to determine if it can sustain that growth over the next five years. In most cases, it is prudent to expect a somewhat lower rate of growth than the company has experienced in the past.When projecting future growth rates, you should keep in mind thatRates of growth for any company typically decline over time Growth rates differ by industry and by size of company. Earnings cannot...
You’re surrounded by opportunities to put your money into one thing or another. But doing so means taking a risk: You know you could lose part or even all of it, but you hope you’ll win back more—a lot more. Where are you?Knowing only the above, you could be on Wall Street or in Las Vegas. However, investing in securities differs markedly from gambling on a horse or a hand. Unlike betting on double-zero, putting your money in legitimate investments gives you a tangible, immediate asset...
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