godaddy
Home Articles Blog Updates Subjects Topics Tips & Guides New Contact Us
adblock creatives to be added later Loose weight without medicines, step by step

Improve your sex life -- overcome your frustration

Survive in Bed Click Here!

Increase your breast size by 2 cups, naturally and without surgery Click Here!
This Single Mother Makes Over $700 per Week Helping Businesses With Their Facebook and Twitter Accounts. You too can earn extra money. Click Here!

Earn money with simple online job works. Click Here!

Discounts at Amazon.com
Eliminate your diabetes, we can help you destroy your diabetes

Self improvement and motivational guru gives simple tips to success - must listen

A foolproof, science based diet that will reduce your weight by 12 to 23 pound Click Here!

Blog

TITLE AND SUBJECT OF ARTICLE

 

How To Choose Stocks

Everyone wants to see growth from their stocks. That is why they take their funds from the bank and start investing them. Many first time investors remove their funds with a feeling of trepidation and anxiety. The stock market is a volatile storm where many drowned.

The first step is to learn how to buy a stock. Many investors jump right in learning investment strategies and adopting techniques that worked for others, before learning the simple steps to buying a stock. ...

stock, trading, financial, invest, wealth, strategies

Everyone wants to see growth from their stocks. That is why they take their funds from the bank and start investing them. Many first time investors remove their funds with a feeling of trepidation and anxiety. The stock market is a volatile storm where many drowned.

The first step is to learn how to buy a stock. Many investors jump right in learning investment strategies and adopting techniques that worked for others, before learning the simple steps to buying a stock. Without a good understanding of the rules of buying a stock, it becomes impossible to make the strategies work.

The strategies do work but only when the investor chooses the right stocks for their own portfolios. The strategies do not tell investors what to buy and when to sell. They are only meant to tell investors how to manage their stocks. First, the investor must buy some stocks.

Step #1: Read the Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal is not the only paper that can help investors. The business section of your local paper can often offer tips that will never make it into the Wall Street Journal. However, The Journal can teach new investors the lingo, and the basics of the markets. The more you read, the more familiar the markets become, and the easier it is to research stocks.

Step #2: Pick Industries

No one expects an investor to build a portfolio with a few stocks from mining, a couple from manufacturing, a drug developing company, a foreign natural resource harvester, and a marine biology firm. This is foolish investing. Instead, investors should focus on one or two industries and learn everything they can about that industry.

There are many places to research. Sometimes a simple place like finance.yahoo.com or Morningstar.com can provide all the resources needed to find an industry you will not tire of.

Step #3: Decide How Much to Invest

This is one of the hardest parts of investing. Many people have a set amount to invest. They experience some success and hit ‘pay load.’ Then the temptation sets in. If they had invested $10 000 instead of $1 000, their payoff would have been 10x higher. What if they had of invested $100 000? This type of thinking is dangerous.

Never invest more than you can lose is a nice mantra, but in the real world, resisting temptation is much harder. As the years past, some investors start counting up the intangible money they ‘may have’ earned if they invested more. This leads to frustration instead of joy when a stock does well.

Eventually, they start investing more than they can afford to lose. Then, they lose it -

Step #4: Avoid the Crowd

Some new investors believe the best way to buy a stock is buy whatever is ‘hot’ at the moment. They skip through websites and financial papers until they find something that is ‘hot.’ Unfortunately for them, they have not yet met the Bull or the Bear.

Buying hot stocks is only for people who are able to determine why that particular stock is hot at the moment. Buying on an impulse or gut feeling is just as dangerous. By the time a stock is hot, the ‘real’ investors have already bailed, having made their money, and are leaving before the crash.

These four steps will help a new investor buy a stock which should perform well, instead of buying a stock that bottoms out within a few weeks.

 

How To Choose A Uranium Stock

Now that the uranium bull market has gone to a new level, a number of exploration stocks made spectacular percentage gains after the International Investment Conference held in San Francisco in late November 2005. We turned to Kevin Bambrough, Market Strategist, and Jean-Francoise Tardif, Portfolio Manager, at Sprott Asset Management for their advice on how to navigate through the more than 250 uranium exploration, development and producing companies available across the glob...

investing, stock market, commodities, energy, utilities, stock tips, stock trading

Now that the uranium bull market has gone to a new level, a number of exploration stocks made spectacular percentage gains after the International Investment Conference held in San Francisco in late November 2005. We turned to Kevin Bambrough, Market Strategist, and Jean-Francoise Tardif, Portfolio Manager, at Sprott Asset Management for their advice on how to navigate through the more than 250 uranium exploration, development and producing companies available across the global investment landscape. Who better to ask than a fund that has invested around $175 million in uranium stocks the past few years, about 6.7 percent of more than $2.5 billion managed by Sprott Asset Management? The Sprott team has bet heavily on a nuclear energy renaissance, and early indications confirm very strong returns in their investments.

Before our taped telephone interview, Kevin Bambrough emailed a few comments, “We would like to make the point about some incredible gains that have been had in the uranium sector. The list is growing but not the quality so investors should use extreme caution. As the uranium price rises, and money pours into exploration, we can expect to see some sizeable discoveries coming down the road. It should be exciting times.”

Prior to StockInterview.com’s interviews with Mr. Bambrough and Mr. Tardif, they compiled a list of ten tips for investors studying uranium companies. The tips are listed below, followed by an extensive interview, first with Mr. Bambrough (in this installment) and a second installment with Mr. Bambrough and Mr. Tardif.

The Ten Tips Investors Should Know

1. One of the best indicators of a project’s potential success could be past ownership. It's best to try to buy any mining stock early in the cycle. Try to pick up properties that were worked by majors during the last bull market but which eventually dropped during the lows of the bear market. During the last uranium boom of the 1970’s, many majors decided to completely exit the uranium sector.

2. Study the value of ore body with regards to its value per tonne, or its recoverable metal. Estimate the “all in” costs and feel comfortable with what you are paying. Risks-to-reward doesn’t favor pure exploration. Typically, we avoid pure exploration plays unless management is excellent, they have a large prospective land package, and the company is well financed.

3. Look for good, proven management, which has been successful in the past.

4. Look for solid shareholders. It is always nice to see that management has a large stake in the company. Often, this makes them value their paper more, and they will be less likely to engage in reckless stock issuance. If not management, I get comfort seeing that successful fund managers have large holdings. It is even better to see that a major company in a related industry has taken an interest in the company.

5. Look at the property’s infrastructure. Find out about electricity and water costs required for exploration, development and production. Find out about roads, rail, trucking, access and proximity to a mill.

6. Look for hidden value in the company. We always consider the value of existing infrastructure. From time to time we have been able to buy companies where existing facilities, perhaps a mill or shafts more than justify the entire market cap of the company. Past drilling for uranium will save money. Some companies have properties with very expensive shafts and/or mills. There are also companies with large extensive databases like Energy Metals Corporation (TSX: EMC) and Strathmore Minerals (TSX: STM). These databases of past drilling on various properties can be used to continue to acquire good prospects as well as sold in pieces. I would expect that they will also be able to use the data to farm in on other properties or sell other property owners valuable drill-hole data.

7. Buy emerging stories. It is great to find a company before it has any analyst coverage or even covered by letter writers.

8. Find out if the property is in a pro-mining environment. Ultimately, you need to mine. It's best to have a property in a location where government is pro-mining. We will still invest, though, as long as this factor is discounted in the stock. Some countries are so hungry for investment they will offer favorable tax rates and other incentives. Permitting can be costly and take a long time so this is very important.

9. Study the capital costs for the project and the currency in the country where the project is located. Typically, the lower the capital costs, the less risk in the project. The less a company risks, in time and money, to find out if the mine is economic, the greater its chance of success. Larger capital intensive projects usually take longer to bring on, and you could risk missing an important part of the cycle. I also like to consider currency moves and their possible impact. A strengthening local currency can drive up costs and destroy margins. A falling currency can dramatically improve the economics of the project

10. Funding can improve the story or outlook. Make your cash work. It's not really an option for a small investor but as an institution we love to invest in companies when we think our cash is going to make a huge difference. Examples include when Aflease (now SXR Uranium One – TSE: SXR) had cash problems and was being deeply discounted, or our recent Tournigan (TSX: TVC) funding to pay for confirmation drilling and exploration on the Jahodna uranium deposit in Slovakia.

 

How To Find A Stockbroker Online

The most important decision you will ever make when it comes to trading stocks is your choice of a stockbroker. With the large number of brokerage firms available online, finding one that is a good match with you can seem like an impossible task. By knowing some of the questions to ask and what to look out for, the decision will be easier and finding the right stockbroker will be a simple matter.

There are several factors that must be considered when you are choosing the r...

The most important decision you will ever make when it comes to trading stocks is your choice of a stockbroker. With the large number of brokerage firms available online, finding one that is a good match with you can seem like an impossible task. By knowing some of the questions to ask and what to look out for, the decision will be easier and finding the right stockbroker will be a simple matter.

There are several factors that must be considered when you are choosing the right stockbroker. These include any discounts, the site performance history, alternative contact methods like phone and mail, trade costs per trade, the brokers reputation and track record, account types available to you, any minimum deposit, customer service with the broker, and the selection of products, to name some of them.

Any discounts you receive should not be the only reason you choose a specific broker. In the beginning it is better to have a full service broker. Once you get really comfortable with your trading strategies then you can start taking some of the task on yourself. Once you reach this point, then a broker who offers a discount may become right for you.

The performance of the brokerage site you are looking at is an important chunk of information that is needed to evaluate a potential online site. It is a good idea to visit the brokerage site during peak market hours to see exactly how fast it loads at peak times.

Thoroughly research the broker, and find out what alternate contact methods he has in place if the computer is not available. Some online brokers allow contact by phone and fax as well as online methods. The lowest commission price is not always the best bargain, and it is important for you to remember this when you are searching for the right broker. It is also a smart idea to find out what the minimum deposit is to open a trading account with that specific broker, if there is a minimum amount needed.

By researching several brokers and finding out what their stock trading policies and practices are, as well as important account information, choosing an online broker will be much simpler and less confusing. It is important for your online broker to be someone who you trust to make trading decisions that will financially affect your trading accounts. By asking questions and finding out how your broker thinks and trades, you will be able to find the perfect broker for you.

Copyright © 2007 Joel Teo. All rights reserved.

godaddy

godaddy
choose proper bicycle frame
choose real estate agent
choose relaxing bathroom accessories
choose right flooring bamboo flooring
choose right furnace humidifier
choose sell diamond ring tool
choose shop dresses online
choose shop dvd player
choose snowboard prepare for snowshoeing
choose therapist survive menopause
choose uranium stock broker online
choose web designer
choose web hosting provider
choose your garden furniture
choose your product lineup
choose your website colors
christian counselor trinity muslim world
cider infections urinary incontinence
cisco ccna exam lab setup
clean care sell diamond
clean dirty saltwater aquarium
clean hard colored contact lenses
cleaning services supplies
clean leather jackets
clean trout fillet fish
clear beautiful looking skin
clear clutter closet organizer
clear cure back acne treatments
closer family tree coupon queen
clothes dryer fires bracelets
coastal vacations dollars content website
coin collecting kit
cold calling pressure points fear
cold calls replace sales script
college student credit cards
college student loan year
college textbooks university online
colon cleansing detox body wrap
color correction stunning updo
combat stress defeat fatigue
combine styles home decorating magazines
commercial real estate backyard garden
communication disasters difficulties server
compare automobile insurance
compare long term care insurance
compare low cost automobile insurance
compare low cost car insurance
compare low cost health insurance
compare low cost homeowner insurance
compare low cost life insurance
compare mortgage quotes avoid scams
compare mortgage quotes scams
compare unsecured loans insurance quotes
compass research gadgets carry ladder
compete companies caterpillars health product
competitor’s name create website
complaint letters write instruction manuals
computer consultant desk lesson
computer speed network dls
weight loss resolution double credit
use remortgage loan problem
tax refund online faster request
spot government finance contracts
select health insurance plan
save money affordable vacation
problem manager reading skills
pet sitter for chinchilla
online marketing marketers
meet nascar fans drivers
godaddy
godaddy