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Analyze your screening strategies before you risk one cent in the market. And access some of Zack’s most powerful strategies too. With the Research Wizard, you can do it all and more. Click here to see if your stock picking ideas have beaten the market. Screening for stocks is one of many ways to discover new investment ideas. Stock screening is a tool that is highly utilized by investment professionals. Most people only have the time to research a few companies. With thousands of companies mentioned in newspapers, magazines, and television shows every day, it can be difficult to filter the information and decide ...
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10 stocks to grow old with | Various Readings
Bill Turnbull is the living definition of the phrase “long-term investor.” The 89-year-old former bank manager has been saving money for more than 40 years — starting in the late 1960s, when his kids were young and his mortgage was new. Turnbull’s investment style has evolved over the years, but since the ’90s he has focused almost exclusively on blue-chip stocks that pay ... market research, surveys and trends
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The 2007 Report on Socially Responsible Investing Trends ...
Every two years a very exciting report comes out on the socially responsible investing (SRI) industry. It covers the scope of SRI in the U.S. - screening, shareholder advocacy, and community investing. Before we reveal the Trends Report's positive findings it is helpful to understand the definitions of SRI used by the Social Investment Forum, the national trade association for the socially and environmentally responsible investing industry, who released the report in March: Socially Responsible Investing Defined Socially responsible investing (SRI) is an investment process that considers the social and environmental ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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u SRI assets rose more than 324 percent from $639 billion in 1995 (the year ... The growth of socially screened funds tracked by the Social Investment Forum .... incorporating criteria related to the crisis in the Sudan into portfolio ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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10 stocks to grow old with
Bill Turnbull is the living definition of the phrase “long-term investor.” The 89-year-old former bank manager has been saving money for more than 40 years — starting in the late 1960s, when his kids were young and his mortgage was new. Turnbull's investment style has evolved over the years, but since the '90s he has focused almost exclusively on blue-chip stocks that pay juicy dividends. He particularly likes Canadian banks, but each of the 20 to 30 stocks in his portfolio has some sort of regular cash payout. So far, that strategy that has served him well. When he started investing in stocks in the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Top socially minded funds
It's easy to roll your eyes at socially responsible investing. Maybe it's because the term suggests that other types of investing are, well, socially irresponsible. Look past its practitioners' sense of moral superiority, however, and you'll discover that some funds have more to offer than good intentions. What they are: Traditionally, socially screened funds (the nonjudgmental term for the group) shunned stocks of companies involved in alcohol, tobacco, gaming and weapons. But as other funds that adhere to green and religious tenets have come into being over the past decade, screens have expanded to include ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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screened portfolio investment products, and the other engagement either through direct intervention with corporate managers on specific issues or through ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
FRB: Finance and Economics Discussion Series: Screen Reader ...
Keywords: Rare disasters, precautionary saving, portfolio choice, stock market participation, uninsurable labor income risk Abstract: The empirical evidence on stock market participation and portfolio choice defies the predictions of standard life-cycle theory. In this paper we develop and estimate a model of portfolio choice that can account for the limited stock market participation and substantial portfolio diversification seen in the data. We present three realistic extensions to the basic framework: per period fixed costs, public pension provision, and a small chance of a disastrous event in the stock market. The estimated ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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