February 2008

A Management Company’s Piece Of Open-Ended Pie

February 29, 2008

A Management Company’s Piece Of Open-Ended Pie Open-end investment companies usually have contracts with a management company. This organization provides investment advice on a fee basis. The management companies also generally are the underwriters or sponsors of the fund or group of funds.

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Max Ansbacher Video Review # 1

February 29, 2008

Video review of “Developing Your Own Options Trading Strategy” To watch this video visit InoTv Rating: 3/5 Max analyzes the psychological framework of a successful options buyer or seller and the decisions that a person must make regarding his risk posture and strategy. An options trader must first decide which side of the trade to […]

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Understanding The Nuances of Finance Companies

February 29, 2008

The buyer agrees to pay the finance company $3,000 plus interest over, say, three years. The finance company then sends to the refinance company this sales contract and is lent by that company perhaps $2,700, a part of the money the smaller company advanced for the purchase.

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Andrew Abraham Video Review # 1

February 28, 2008

Video review of "The Art of Successful Trading" To watch this video visit InoTv Rating: 4/5 In his workshop, Andrew will explain a powerful trend-following concept viable for all periods and all markets. Andrew will show you how to identify the market trend and determine where it begins and where it ends by using basic […]

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Gary Anderson Video Review # 1

February 27, 2008

Video review of "Successfully Evaluating the Offensive and Defensive" To watch this video visit InoTv Rating: 2/5 Measuring the relative performance of stocks in both strong and weak markets will help you select stocks, groups and sectors most likely to contribute to a winning portfolio. Common techniques for computing relative strength ignore the offensive and […]

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The NYSE And The Great Crash

February 26, 2008

The NYSE And The Great Crash It is only fair to emphasize that on the worst day the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) ever saw, it was still just a market place, an arena where buyer and seller could transact their business.

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Howard Abell Video Review # 1

February 26, 2008

Video review of "The Day Trader’s Advantage Mastering the Psychology & Strategy of Effective Short-Term Trading." To watch this video visit InoTv Rating: 4/5 No short-term trading system is perfect, but having and using a system is critical for trading success. A successful short-term trading system must be profitable, consistent, personal, and must conform […]

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Devaluation And Exchange Control: Foreign Investment Risks

February 25, 2008

Investing in overseas markets can be tempting, especially if the exchange rate works well in your favor. The peseta had just been devalued. We had 50 percent more buying power. But if we had deposited $3.00 in a Spanish bank prior to the devaluation, we would have received a deposit credit for 120 pesetas, whereas […]

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Bank Time Deposits For The High Yield Investor

February 23, 2008

Bank Time Deposits For The High Yield Investor Bank time deposits (Certificates of deposits) are some of the highest yielding government guaranteed investments available today.

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All About Short-Term Notes

February 22, 2008

When considering where to invest a small sum, one largely overlooked avenue is the consumer finance company. Two major types of finance companies are consumer finance companies and sales finance companies. The former for the most part make small loans for short-term notes and the latter finance retail sales made on the installment plan, such […]

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