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Hosted by Ron DeLegge It is the only weekly program dedicated to the key market indexes and the financial products that track them. Aired 07/17/10 Russell Wild is the author or co-author of nearly two dozen nonfiction books, including most recently, One Year to An Organized Financial Life (Da Capo, 2010, co-authored with professional organizer Regina Leeds), Index Investing for Dummies (Wiley, 2009), Bond Investing for Dummies (Wiley, 2007), Exchange-Traded Funds For Dummies (Wiley, 2006) and The Unofficial Guide to Getting a Divorce (Wiley, 2005; co-authored with ex-wife attorney Susan Ellis Wild). Wild is ...
In Investing, Patience is Key | Canadian Capitalist
The portfolio was started in August 2007 with an initial investment of $1,000 and $1,000 was added to the portfolio every quarter since then. As of May 31, 2010, the portfolio is slightly below book value. Some readers looked at the performance and expressed impatience at the slow growth in the value of the portfolio. “When will the fruits of index investing show its face?” asked one reader. To be honest, I’m a bit surprised by such comments. A portfolio like the Sleepy Mini Portfolio is designed to provide satisfactory returns over the long-term by (a) keeping investing costs very low and (b) keeping emotions ... market research, surveys and trends
Find A Business Podcast
You can think of a business podcast like a National Public Radio (NPR) broadcast. A couple of hosts will present concise stories for your consideration, bringing in experts and guest speakers to establish credibility like any good news organization would. You can get information on stocks during your commute to work via your iPod connected to your car stereo or you can listen to a podcast on “real estate investment advisory” on your computer, while you’re folding laundry at home. There are podcasts for IBM, Disney, General Motors and other major companies, as well as more general podcasts that cover small ... market research, surveys and trends


Dividend Basket
Many market-players seek shelter from volatility in dividend-paying stocks, which offer investors a stream of steady income that can ease the pain of wild gyrations in the markets. And stocks that pay monthly dividends provide regular, consistent income to investors with usually less volatility than quarterly-paying dividend stocks. The key to owning stocks that pay monthly dividends rather than quarterly or annual dividend stocks is that your invested capital comes back to you and your money compounds much more quickly. Lots of investors are looking for monthly dividend payments to supplement their income during ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Diversification: Does Your Portfolio Have It? - ETF Guide
SAN DIEGO ( � The word �diversification� ranks quite highly among the most commonly uttered words in Wall Street jargon. But to the average person this foreign term doesn�t ring a bell. And despite its relatively simple premise, even financial professionals disagree about the true meaning of diversification. Defining It One simple definition of diversification is �not putting all of your eggs in one basket.� Another definition is to own a variety of assets or investments to reduce risk. Since not all asset classes are 100 percent correlated all the time, a diversified portfolio of investments should theoretically ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
10 Charts, 10 Stories of the 'Real' Gold Price
We have all seen them before. The charts with gold at constant (inflation-adjusted) prices. They usually support various stories: why gold is an inflation hedge, why gold is not an inflation hedge (in the 80s and 90s); why gold is a bubble and why gold is not a bubble. Depending on what deflator you use, the charts look optimistic or pessimistic. Of course, 90% of readers of media geared towards the general public, such as the Economist, take charted data for granted. Hence, these graphics are a good way of leading the reader into believing your story. The remaining 10% of curious readers you can discourage from questioning the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Ericsson Q2 undershoots, parts shortages hurt
the world's number one mobile network gear maker, posted second-quarter core profit below expectations as operators stayed wary about investing and parts shortages again hit sales. Highlighting a problem that rivals Nokia Siemens Networks [NSN.UL] and Alcatel-Lucent ( ALUA.PA ) have also cited this year, Ericsson said an industry-wide scarcity of components and supply chain bottlenecks were weighing on turnover. [ID:nSAT008682] A general economic rebound has touched off a scramble for common parts that pits network equipment makers against a range of manufacturers in the automotive and consumer electronics sectors, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Index Investing Radio Show Ron DeLegge Saturdays 4-5 PM ET GAB-1 ...
Index Investing Radio Show. Ron DeLegge. Saturdays 4-5 PM ET GAB-1 (Live). Provider (ID) ABC NY GAB 1 /SS 12R (41) Left Channel ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
NIST Stock Studies Show Quality Pays (Baldrige National Quality Award)
2004 will be the final year for the Baldrige Stock Study. The Baldrige Program has decided to discontinue the study because it no longer accurately reflects the results, accomplishments, and diversity of the Baldrige Award recipients and site-visited organizations. In recent years, particularly since the addition of the health care and education eligibility categories, there has been an increase in the number of Baldrige Award recipients that are either nonprofit or privately owned businesses. In fact, for the past 5 years (2000-2004) only 4 of the 23 ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
We also show how the demand for commodity index investment flows through to the commodity futures market. The third part then discusses two common ...
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WikiAnswers - What is roll yield in futures investing
Investment in a commodity index generally entails (i) the bulk of the investment's being put into secure instruments such as Treasury bills and (ii) the remainder of the investment going into futures. The most liquid futures tend to be those in the very near term, and they usually have short maturities, typically 1 month, so investment in liquid futures means investing in a contract that is likely to mature in the near future. Given that the investment term in the index is open-ended, the futures investment component is going to move from one future to the next succeeding future during the life of the underlying index ...
The best way to start investing money? - Yahoo! Answers
I am 25 years old and want to start investing money into stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. I recently opened an account with etrade, a savings account with 5% rate of return. I think this is a good start, but I would like to learn more on how investing is done. Is etrade a good place to invest with? Where can I learn about investments, websites? books? You should invest in a diversified mix of stocks, bonds, and money market funds. You want to buy a diversified portfolio of stocks as individual stocks are too risky. Most folks have a dificult time buying a properly balanced portfoilio of stocks on their own. They will ...