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This book is a compilation of research done by the two authors in the profiles of 'millionaires'. In this case they used the term 'millionaire' to denote U.S. households with net-worths exceeding one million dollars (USD). The authors compare the behaviour of those they call UAWs (Under Accumulators of Wealth) and those who are PAWs (Prodigious Accumulator of Wealth) .
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Harley Davidson (HOG) as economic barometer–positive signs ...
Harley Davidson (HOG) is an iconic American company. Harley Davidson motorcycles have typically been an aspirational purchase for men over 35 (maybe 50+ and having gray hair might be a more accurate characterization). They carry echoes of Easy Rider, The Grateful Dead, and the Sixties Generation, as well as a hint of the power/danger of the biker gangs whose staple ride they are. HOG is a particularly interesting company operationally, in my opinion. It is trying, with some success, to broaden its image to appeal to younger riders, women and minority group members. The company is also rationalizing its manufacturing ... market research, surveys and trends
SENSIBLE STOCK INVESTING: How to Pick, Value, and Manage Stocks ...
This book stands head and shoulders above the great bulk of what I’ve read on the subject of stock investing. Much of what’s out there these days seems to have been written either for the gullible, get rich quick types or for those who have completely given up on trying to come out ahead of the pack and have resigned themselves to the boredom of simply buying and holding index funds. But this book’s premise is that the small individual investor actually can beat the market, not through some secret, author-discovered formula, but by applying logic, discipline, and a bit of effort. If you believe, as I do, ... market research, surveys and trends

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U.S. Investing $250 Billion in Banks - NYTimes.com
WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department, in its boldest move yet, is expected to announce a plan on Tuesday to invest up to $250 billion in banks, according to officials. The United States is also expected to guarantee new debt issued by banks for three years — a measure meant to encourage the banks to resume lending to one another and to customers, officials said. And the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation will offer an unlimited guarantee on bank deposits in accounts that do not bear interest — typically those of businesses — bringing the United States in line with several European countries, which have ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The Ultimate Sucker's Rally: Record Breaking 50 Percent Stock ...
Incredible.  We have never seen a stock market rally like this in all the history for the S&P 500.  In no other time has the S&P index run up nearly 50 percent in the matter of 5 months.  Extreme market volatility is the ultimate sign of market distress.  Think for a minute and ask yourself if 26,000,000 unemployed and underemployed Americans warrants a 50 percent rally?  Ask yourself if $3 trillion in commercial real estate gearing up for implosion is reason for a massive jump in the stock market?  I assure you that it does not warrant the current rally but massive unrelenting blind optimism, the same blind optimism that led to ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Bear Markets Are Your Friend: Embrace Them
Many investors live in fear of severe drops in the stock market. They mistakenly believe that to be a successful investor, they must be out of the market when it drops. The stock market sell off that began in September 2008 sent many investors running for the sidelines in order to be in cash instead of incurring more losses. Some believed they made the right decision as the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) dipped below 7,000 in March 2009. But just like every other bear market in history, this market recovered much sooner and stronger than anyone expected. Those that sold their stocks while they were falling have now lost ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Magna deal shows not all investors are equal
When Len Racioppo thinks about the decision by Magna International Inc. shareholders to pay the Stronach family an eye-popping premium of 1,800% to give up control of the Canadian auto parts maker, he girds himself for “the next one.” And he reflects on how it all could have been avoided. “I have no idea where the next one will come from, but there are a number out there,” the president of money manager Jarislowsky Fraser Ltd. says of companies with different classes of shares. “If this one goes through, you will absolutely see others.” It did go through. And in one fell swoop, Magna investors have opened up a potential snakepit ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Focus Value Investing
We believe this illustrates the potential benefits of a value investing approach on an investor's chief concern: the ultimate value of his or her ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Initial Decision: Scott E. Edwards, CPA; Rel. No. ID-219
This Initial Decision concludes that Respondent Scott E. Edwards, CPA (Edwards) violated Rule 102(e) in his 1995 audit of Firstmark Corporation (Firstmark). It prevents Edwards from appearing or practicing before the Securities and Exchange Commission (Commission) as an accountant for one year. PROCEDURAL BACKGROUND The Commission initiated this proceeding by an Order Instituting Public Administrative Proceedings (OIP) on June 8, 2000. The proceeding was authorized pursuant to Rule 102(e) of the Commission's Rules of Practice, 17 C.F.R. § 201.102(e). I held a hearing on October 11 and 12, 2000, in Portland, Maine. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Recently, considerable research has occurred to identify whether ...
Value Investing: The Use of Historical Financial Statement Information .... From a fundamental analysis perspective, value stocks are inherently more conducive to ... One approach to separate ultimate winners from losers is through the ...
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Non-Stock Investing? - Yahoo! Answers
My husband and I have a fair chunk of money that we want out of the stock market and into a tangible investment. I am not really sure what else is good to invest in. We are seeing a financial advisor next week but I want to go in looking like I know something and am not just an idiot with $80,000. Would buying a fixer-uper home in a good neighbourhood and rehabbing classify as an investment? Thanks in advance, gurus. I'm not an idiot. Really. I understand that you want to think that little ole left-brain me can't have independent thought, but honestly, I just wanted opinions instead of negativity. There are ...
What are stocks actually worth if they never pay dividends? | Ask ...
I feel dumb for asking this question, but I've been thinking about it all day and only getting more and more confused. The debate in this thread only makes me more unsure - what MattD says makes perfect sense to me, but since he's just rephrasing Tirade, and everyone said Tirade was wrong, I become unsure. Stocks that pay dividends, or will eventually pay dividends, make perfect sense to me. I pay some money to gain partial ownership of this company, which will in turn share its profits with me in the form of dividends. If the company is doing well, other people will want to buy in, and as a result, the share price ...