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Stock Investing vs Gambling

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Phil - DIA 107 Calls. As suggested I am taking the money and running to home depot for some shelter supplies! This is the grand finale of several successful trades from you through this roller-coster and as you have further suggested it is time for me to sit back and relax in cash. May even be able to talk my wife into the premium membership after these intelligent trades in a stupid market. - DOStrade, May 10, 2010   Hi Phil, Thanks for the free disaster hedge ideas. I implemented variations of two of them on SDS bull call spreads and EEM bear put spreads (haven't done the TZA yet) and they really hedged my ...
Passive Investing vs Active Investing: Strategies For The Stock ...
alike, the plethora of investment vehicles and options can be overwhelming. It seems that on a nearly daily basis, some new innovation with unlimited promise and appeal sprouts through the already crowded investment landscape. Like many things, however, it behooves us to keep our investment styles simple. Believe it or not, a simplified investment approach not only makes our lives easier and less harrowing, but also can drastically improve our results. How do you do this? Consider a passive investment style. In fact, did you know that you can beat the average investor’s returns with the simplest investment portfolio ? On ... market research, surveys and trends
Top 10 Considerations when Picking a Stock | Investing Contrarian
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Gambling Spotlight '68 Special: Investing in Fedor Emelianenko ...
What are you making on your savings account?  Point-two-five percent?  Got an even one percent on that CD?  I laugh at your pitiful attempts at increasing your earning power.  Put your faith in Fedor, sir. Ignorant bettors will scoff, thinking that you should never bet on a line this chalk heavy.  Don't listen to those chumps.  The fundamental theorem of gambling is this: when the expected win percentage of an event is greater than the odds presented, you profit.  Even at the worst odds available (-625 at Bodog), Emelianenko still brings in tremendous value.  Conservatively (very ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Capitalism, Entrepreneurship, and Investing—The 18th Century vs ...
Last summer, I at last got around to reading a book that the late Neil Postman—prolific author, social critic, and professor at New York University—had autographed and given me in 1999. The central message of Building a Bridge to the Eighteenth Century is encapsulated in its opening epigram: "Soon we shall know everything the 18th century didn�t know, and nothing it did, and it will be hard to live with us." Postman's book presented an impassioned defense of the old-fashioned liberal humanitarianism that was the hallmark of the Age of Reason. His aim was to restore the balance between mind and machine, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
John Prestbo's Indexed Investor
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- When the market executes an about-face, almost every niche and nook is affected. Sometimes, like this year, it can be a painful experience. The U.S. stock market rose fairly steadily this year until April 23, at which point it went all wobbly. The Dow Jones U.S. Total Stock Market Index's total return sagged 5.6% in the six months ended June 30. That was the result of an 11.3% advance from the end of 2009 through April 23, followed by a 15.2% drop from that date through June. With global markets reeling, financial adviser Harvey Rowen of Starmont Asset Management is embracing specialized mutual ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
A League of Their Own
Tony Woodhams gets annoyed when people suggest he's a gambler. "What you saw happening on Wall Street the past few years—that was gambling," says Woodhams, the managing director of an upstart London-based hedge fund, Galileo, that partakes in exactly the sorts of activities many would consider gambling. Every week, Galileo bets on thousands of sports games. According to Woodhams, however, his hedge fund is merely acting like any other, "spreading out the risk and only wagering on matches where we feel we have a competitive advantage." The Galileo Managed Sports Fund, which launched in April under ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Socially Responsible Investing vs. Vice Investing
We examine the performance of socially responsible investing (SRI) vs. .... adjusted, market capitalization-weighted, common stock index of U.S. equities, launched by ... companies involved in the alcohol, tobacco and gambling industry . ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Investor Tips: Trading in Fast-Moving Markets
The price of some stocks, especially recent "hot" IPOs and high tech stocks, can soar and drop suddenly. In these fast markets when many investors want to trade at the same time and prices change quickly, delays can develop across the board. Executions and confirmations slow down, while reports of prices lag behind actual prices. In these markets, investors can suffer unexpected losses very quickly. Investors trading over the Internet or online, who are used to instant access to their accounts and near instantaneous executions of their trades, especially need to understand how they can protect themselves in fast-moving markets. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Alok Kumar
Jun 24, 2010 ... 11. Gamblers Beware: The Stock Market Bites Back, Montreal Gazette, 1 April 2005 . 12. Gambling versus Investing, Yahoo Finance and CBS ...
Stock vs gambling? - Yahoo! Answers
We are talking about professional gambler and professional stock investing. They both knows about the odds you're bet and the company you are investing. If you owns the casino, it's like you own the business and issue stock to be purchased; while you own the casino, you'll let other play as well. I know some people, who get paid to be a gambler; just by show up at the gamble table, he receives $300,000 wheather he win/lose. Just gives us more insight tought about this subject, guyss... waiting for your comment!! 3 years ago You do not distinguish between investing and speculation. Speculation in ...
Is share / stock market, a gambling ? | LinkedIn Answers | LinkedIn
not really man, it involves lots of strategies, such as value, technical analysis , fundamental analysis, economic analysis.... Also, it is better you have some basic knowledge about finance , accounting. it will give you better understanding about how the company runs.good luck if you just in to stock market, try it out, you will learn something for sure by hard ways, lost money. everyone learns somehow by playing around within the market.... posted 8 months ago Stock market is not gambling. It looks like gambling but it is indeed a reflection of the underlying business. As an approximation, the stock price of a company is ...