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are methods for selecting a stock(s) for investment. The stock investment or position can be "long" (to benefit from a stock price increase) or "short" (to benefit from a decrease in a stock's price), depending on the investor's expectation of how the stock price is going to move. The stock selection criteria may include systematic stock picking methods that utilize computer software and/or data. The objective of stock selection criteria is to: (1) maximize the total return on investment (appreciation plus any dividends received) for the targeted holding period (2) limit risk (according to an ...
paying stock is any equity that generates dividends over 3%. This would include certain utilities, master limited partnerships, business development corporations, foreign equities, and domestic stocks. Dollar cost averaging is a strategy whereby a specific amount of money is invested in the same equity or equities on a regular basis over a long period of time. By investing the same amount each time, at specific set intervals, it causes the investor to buy more shares when the price is down and fewer shares when the price is up. It essentially takes the guesswork or speculation out of when ... Read More
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