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Investing to Wealth

Defining SYSTEMATIC INVESTING

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Systematic investment is a key to having a regular flow of additional income over a period of time. Smart people would have a good systematic plan of investment with long term vision to target optimum utilisation of his savings. You should be wise enough to sneak out some money every month to reach long term investment goals.

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Jul 23, 2014

Don’t Define Your Future Just Like Betting in a Horse Race

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Investment is a perspective where a person tries to secure his future with good financial stability. Everyone wants to retire at 45 (or even younger) in today’s generation. But how to survive in the later years, when you need more money towards your medical, social and other financial needs? Thinking about the reality ahead is very important.

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Jun 21, 2014

Wondering About How to Determine Your Investment Goal? You Badly Need A HERO!

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Tailoring an investment goal is not one-size-fits-all. Every individual has different characteristics and investments have different kinds. We should set a goal that is right for us, rather than what we think is ideal.

To start sewing the pattern towards investment goal, do “sole searching” first and identify yourself as an investor. Begin with seeking your H.E.R.O. 

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Jun 13, 2014

How Come that Rumors and News Can Tell When to Buy or Sell Stocks

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In general, the stock market is said to be operating on emotional instincts. There are more of assumptions in buying or selling of stocks rather than logical calculations. 

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Jun 13, 2014

The “Love” Lesson in Stock Market

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Buying and selling stocks can actually teach you a love lesson - but it is not what you think how falling in love must be.

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Jun 13, 2014

Investing is saving with a business act

I do not know if there are others who would define “investment” like I did. What I usually see are ” Investing vs. Saving” and ” Should I Save or Invest?”.

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May 25, 2014

RETAIL TRADERS CAN OUTSMART HFT ALGOS

By Rich Kambak

Financial research firm, Dalbar, released a new study that its empirical data validated that buy-and-hold stock fund portfolio strategies earn on average a 3.7% annual return versus the S&P 500 Index at 11.1%.

What keeps the annual returns so low? Other than the market-takers model, highly acclaimed author, Michael Lewis, has published a top shelf seminal trilogy for generations to learn from; hopefully to take heed; augmented by his last installment Flashboys.’ Lewis penned, ‘Liars Poker’ and ‘The Big Short’.

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May 14, 2014

The Heaven and Hell of Investing [Fundamentals of Investing]

First of all, what the hell is “investing” are we talking about?

We all know that investing means something we get today for the benefit of the future – like education. We spent parents’ dollars for tuition fees, sacrificed good night sleeps for studying believing those seed will become fruits to harvest someday.

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But in reality, investing is not all about planting something today then enjoy tomorrow – this only entailed one fundamental of investing, which is return. Like heaven and hell, return has a counterpart – risk.

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May 8, 2014

SWOT PORTFOLIO MATRIX — What’s obvious; is obviously wrong

by Rich Kambak

Any investment must go through a rigorous analysis to determine unsystematic risk before committing to investment. To illustrate this, we drew upon the reliability of Macroaxis portfolio optimization services for correlative inputs to build our risk aversion SWOT model.  Macroaxis uses Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT) and the Markowitz Efficient Frontier Set; integrating traditional indicators based on statistical, fundamental and technical parameters.

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May 7, 2014

How to Determine Which Company Could Go Bankrupt

Credits to blog.leizerman.com

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Apr 23, 2014

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