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Cano Petroleum (CFW) is a classic merger arbitrage/special situation with a tremendous margin of safety and substantial near-term upside potential. Given the size of the current spread (roughly 25%) and the fact that this company is currently trading hands at a discount to its liquidation value, not to mention that (1) the buyer is legitimate (2) the strategic rationale for the deal is sound (3) financing isn’t an issue and (4) there are no regulatory issues that could potentially derail the deal at this point, we think that the stars are aligning for bargain hunting investors to generate spectacular returns with relatively low ...
of a business entity represents the original capital paid into or invested in the business by its founders. It serves as a security for the creditors of a business since it cannot be withdrawn to the detriment of the creditors. Stock is distinct from the property and the assets of a business which may fluctuate in quantity and value.
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Investing in Stocks: It's Not as Bad as You Think
That’s something you hear a lot these days, and with good reason. The Standard & Poor’s 500 sits at around 1060, a threshold it first crossed in the beginning of 1998. In other words, that index of stocks in 500 industry-leading American companies — companies like ExxonMobil, Johnson & Johnson, Coke, and McDonald’s — has gone up and down a lot over the past 12 or so years, but has ended up in the same place where it started. So you might think that if you invested $10,000 in the S&P 500 through something like the Vanguard 500 index fund back in the spring of 1998, you might still have just ... market research, surveys and trends
Defining a Long-Term Investment in the Stock Market | Full of Articles
For some "long term" would mean holding a stock position over the weekend. For others, it may mean holding a security for at least 1 year for the purpose of declaring a long-term capital gain, thus saving on taxes. The rigid definition of a long-term investment in the stock market would be holding a security for a minimum of 5 years, to as long as 30 years. I’m going to tell you my definition of a long-term investment in a security by telling you a story. A true story! My Mother worked as a teller in a small bank in Dover, New Jersey. The name of the bank was called The Dover Community Bank. While working at the bank (she ... market research, surveys and trends

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the Thomson Reuters consensus of $0.82; revenues rose 30.4% year/year to $1.62 bln vs the $1.61 bln consensus. "Metals prices have softened some from the high levels reached in the 2010 second quarter, and may decrease further during the third quarter but not to the extent that we are overly concerned. Also, we do not expect demand to change significantly in the 2010 third quarter other than some normal seasonal slowing ." Given these expectations, at this time, co sees Q3 EPS of $0.65-$0.75 (vs. $0.89 Thomson Reuters consensus). 8:51AM Esco Tech announces SoCalGas AMI Selection for Negotiations ( ESE ) 24.88 : Co ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Investing in Preferred Shares Dividend Stocks :: The Market Oracle ...
But today I want to tell you about another class of stock that some income investors gravitate toward: “Preferred” shares. As the name suggests, preferred stock gives its owner a leg up on common shareholders, especially when it comes to dividends. Preferred shareholders may receive larger payments, and companies are required to pay these dividends before distributions are made to common shareholders. This DOES NOT mean the dividend is guaranteed. It simply means that when it comes down to the wire, preferred dividends are going in the mail before common dividends. Should things get really bad, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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KeyCorp Reports Second Quarter 2010 Profit
CLEVELAND, July 22, 2010 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Net income from continuing operations of $56 million, or $.06 per common share Net interest margin of 3.17% Nonperforming loans decrease by $362 million from first quarter of 2010 to 3.19% of period-end loans Loan loss reserve at 4.16% of total period-end loans Tier 1 common equity and Tier 1 risk-based capital ratios of 8.01% and 13.55%, respectively $7.6 billion in new or renewed lending commitments originated KeyCorp today announced second quarter net income from continuing operations attributable to Key common shareholders of $56 million, or $.06 per common share. These ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Union Pacific Reports Record Quarterly Earnings
today reported 2010 second quarter net income of $711 million, or $1.40 per diluted share, compared to $465 million, or $0.92 per diluted share, in the second quarter 2009. Second quarter 2009 net income included $72 million, or $0.14 per diluted share, related to a Colorado land sale. "Beyond strong earnings growth, the real highlight was achieving a 69.4 percent operating ratio -- our first sub-70 quarterly mark," said Jim Young, Union Pacific chairman and chief executive officer. "We demonstrated great volume leverage, efficiently handling an 18 percent ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Final notice: Mansion House Securities Limited
for investing in higher risk shares. MHS's failure to provide adequate suitability guidelines for its staff posed the real and significant risk that ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Investor Alert: Investing in a Bankrupt Company: A High Risk Venture
The SEC and FINRA are issuing this Alert because we believe there may be widespread misunderstanding by investors that stock in the “old” General Motors Corporation (now known as Motors Liquidation Company) is related to the “new” General Motors Company (new GM). FINRA halted trading in old GM (which had been using the GMGMQ trading symbol) on July 10, 2009, and has since issued a new ticker symbol for the old GM stock—MTLQQ—to avoid having it confused with the new GM, which currently has no publicly traded securities. This Alert also reminds investors that holding shares of any company ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Junk Bonds - High-risk bonds, usually promising a very high indicated return coupled with a larger risk of default. Load Fund - Mutual fund with shares sold ...
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What are the risks involved while investing in new shares in a ...
There are risks involved in any investment - risks that the return will be lower than expected and risks that some or all of the money invested (the capital) will not come back. Investing is always subject to one fundamental principle - the higher the risk, the higher the return (and vice versa). Some forms of investment, like bank deposits, are widely recognised as low risk but they usually give lower returns. Generally speaking, shares are higher-risk than deposits, debt securities and property. But they also offer the prospect of much higher returns, especially over the longer term. The risks in share investing are closely ...
General Stock Investment Strategies: Investing in stocks/shares ...
Thank you for your question. The links mentioned below do not work with this response format. Just copy the URL into your browser to get to the sites. Since you are investing to help pay for tuition in 2008, you need to consider the amount of risk you are willing to assume. Investing in stocks is considered higher risk approach that can generate greater returns as well as greater losses. If the stock market were to pull back over the next 12 � 18 months you would likely lose a certain percentage of your investment providing you less money for your tuition. On the other hand if the stock market were to rise over the next 12 � 18 ...