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Investing with discipline

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We are made and shaped by people, by events and experiences, by love and hate, by heredity, by what we eat and whether we hunger, by the things we understand, by pain and joy, by accident and design, by whatever it is that gives us a life and the duty to make what we can of it. But we are also shaped by what we read. — From Enthusiasms , by Bernard Levin A lot of Marketplace Money listeners have asked me for book suggestions on personal finance. I decided not to put together a comprehensive or definitive book list. Instead, this is a highly personal, idiosyncratic review of books on finance I've enjoyed and ...
(August 23, 1895 – September 18, 1988) was an American educator, financial analyst, author, economist, professional investor, and in his student years, a protégé of, and as a postgraduate, close colleague of Benjamin Graham at Columbia Business School . He attended the University of Pennsylvania . The Wall Street Crash of 1929 (Black Thursday) almost wiped out Graham, who had started teaching the year before at his alma mater , Columbia. The crash inspired Graham to search for a more conservative, safer way to invest. Graham agreed to teach with the stipulation that someone take notes. Dodd, then a young instructor at Columbia, ...
My ideal lifestyle is a 1. Lifestyle of Abundance and Love with my ...
By 2020, we are living in 35 Bedok Place, opposite my sister with my Silver Toyota Camry G and at least US$1 million in my bank account with Standard Chartered Bank. In return for my Lifestyle of Abundance and Love with my Family, I will love and cherish them, give them my very best in terms of Time and Money forever. 2. Life of Success as a Trader, Teacher and Writer By 2012, I am the President and Chief Executive of the Yeou Family Investment Corporation and the Chief Fund Manager of the Yeou Family Financial Freedom Fund. I implement my trading plans with discipline and risk control. I am consistently earning a monthly income ... market research, surveys and trends
5 investing lessons from Warren Buffett
His yearly letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders holds good lessons for all investors -- namely, when stocks are so expensive, don't be afraid of cash. Dont pay attention to what they say. Anybody can talk about investing with discipline, avoiding unprofitable risk and buying only when the price is right. I doubt that theres an investor, amateur or professional, out there who doesnt give lip service to those principles. Pay attention, however, to what they do. You'll find countless investors who say they subscribe to these beliefs but in fact buy in violation of their investing discipline, stretching for yield and ... market research, surveys and trends


RIGZONE - BP's Fourth Quarter 2009 Profits Up 70%
BP reported a sharp year-on-year increase in fourth quarter profits as it announced that its oil and gas production increased by more than four percent in 2009 and the company continued its industry-leading 17-year run of increasing reserves. The increase in production was well ahead of the company's expected long-term average growth rate of 1-2 percent and reflected the ramp-up and start-up of major new projects, including the first full year of production from the Thunder Horse field in the US Gulf of Mexico. BP's reserve replacement ratio for the year was 129 percent -- making 2009 the seventeenth consecutive year ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Earning Their Copper: Penny Stocks That Are Actually Worth Their ...
Successful first-time investing is all about learning as much as you can and then applying that knowledge with discipline and practicality. And while that sometimes isn’t even half the battle you’ll likely face ahead, it is probably the first step and will soon be your golden rule if you ignore it and lost money on your first trades. Investing with discipline and practicality means you’re buying what you know, when you know it, and at a price and value that you understand. Is that too much to swallow in one sentence? I know it probably is, but you’ll have to get used to it. Let’s take this one step ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Start saving young and don't stop
The main reasons for saving include creating a buffer against unforeseen expenses and covering future liabilities such as your children's education and retirement. One of the main obstacles to saving is the propensity of South African consumers to spend. A proliferation of credit options in recent years and mortgages and hire-purchase agreements resulted in the household debt-to-income ratio surging close to 80% of income. During National Savings Month, financial industry stakeholders are calling upon South Africans to resist the urge to spend and focus instead on saving. Wilhelm Janse van Vuuren, a wealth manager at FNB ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Janus Capital Group Inc. Announces Second Quarter 2010 Results
today reported second quarter net income of $30.2 million, or $0.17 per diluted share, compared with net income of $31.3 million, or $0.17 per diluted share, in the first quarter 2010 and net income of $15.8 million, or $0.10 per diluted share, in the second quarter 2009. The company's operating margin for the second quarter 2010 was 24.6% compared with 27.3% for the first quarter 2010 and 23.5% for the second quarter 2009. "Facing a very challenging environment, Janus demonstrated resiliency and made progress against strategic priorities including improved ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Venture Capital and the Finance of Innovation
investing with discipline or with blind hope. Think only of the disastrous performance of the VC industry in the post-2000 years for a cautionary example of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
HUDNo.10-026/U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
WASHINGTON - U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan today unveiled the Department’s fiscal year 2011 budget proposal , following President Barack Obama’s presentation of his Administration-wide budget. The HUD budget focuses on fiscal discipline, creating jobs and builds on the administration’s first year accomplishments by proposing reform in HUD’s housing and community development programs to make them more streamlined, efficient, and accountable. HUD’s budget proposal seeks to make targeted investments in people and places – instead of policies and programs –to effectively support HUD’s mission while ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Relational Investing And Agency Theory, 15 Cardozo Law Review 1033 ...
Relational Investing as a Response to Distortions in the Capital Market ................................................................. 1037 Negotiated vs. Non-Negotiated Relational Investing ............... 1038 RELATIONAL RESPONSES TO DISCIPLINARY FAILURE ........................ 1039 Deficient Discipline ............................................. 1043 Enhancing Internal Discipline ................................. 1043 Enhancing External Discipline ................................. 1045 Ex Post Free-Riding ....................................... 1046 Insufficient Ex Ante Inducements .......................... 1048 Moral ...
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how lucrative is investing in foreign currency | LinkedIn Answers ...
I personally think currency investing is usually a losing proposition for most do it yourselfers...unless they possess the drive and discipline to pursue the new "hobby" with a relentless passion and focus. On the other hand, if one is patient and scientifically observant and willing to take measured risks, I think it can be very lucrative. I myself have pursued and investigated dozens of options, paths, systems and signals. Most were a failure. Some were wildly successful for a time (I've had ~300% returns on carry trading for instance) that then netted me a loss when market conditions shifted and made formerly ...
Beginner Investing: Starting an investment portfolio, money market ...
As a beginner investor with not that much money to invest, I have been bombarded from all sides by different investment strategies and "get rich quick schemes."  What is the best way to start an investment portfolio to build solid wealth for the future?  Are stocks better than bonds, or should I start with guaranteed interest before moving on to riskier investments such as stocks?  Minimizing risk is not an issue; I am willing to make a slightly riskier investment if it means chance of higher return later. Thank you in advance, your time is greatly appreciated ~Alex   Answer Alex,   Thank ...