While making mistakes is part of the learning process, it’s all too often that plain old common sense separates a successful investor from a poor one. Being perfect may be impossible, but knowing some of the common investing errors can help deter you from going down the path of losers.… Read More
Warren Buffett has created his wealth by making investments in various companies including stock markets. At writing of this article, Warren Buffett is the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. The principles discussed here are revealed by Warren in what he calls Berkshire Owner’s Manual. … Read More
Every investor is usually faced with two main options: Mutual Funds or Individual Stocks. Mutual funds are actively managed group of stocks, usually designed to beat the market with the assistance of a fund manager. Individual stocks can be bought by any investor through a brokerage, and it becomes the responsibility of the individual investor to maintain his/her portfolio.… Read More
Fundamental analysis and Technical analysis are two common methodologies used when analyzing any given investment. This article explains Fundamental Analysis vs. Technical Analysis investment methodologies to help you better understand how and when each is used.
Fundamental analysis is the approach whereby one tries to calculate the intrinsic value of a given stock by looking at the basic economic factors, the fundamentals which would impact its value.… Read More
Investing in foreign stocks means holding shares of companies that are not only based in different geographical locations but also driven by the respective economy-specific factors. Investing in foreign stocks helps to spread the investment risk among the international markets that are different from the home economies. … Read More
In this article we look at the four keys that we believe every stock investment should have. These are not new things but rather the core principles that successful investors have been following for decades.
- Invest in sectors and industries that you understand – Becoming an expert in certain areas of the market will give you an upper hand when it comes to selecting stocks to buy.
We have sector & company specific risks in investing. Here we look at some universal risks that every stock faces irrespective of its business.
- Rating Risk – This occurs whenever a business is given a number to either achieve or maintain.
Here are tips on how to best invest your money.
- Focus on the fundamentals – Always make sure you understand the fundamentals of any investment vehicle you are looking at, be it stocks, bonds, or mutual funds. Understanding the fundamentals and comparing them to competitors can go a long way in helping you make a sound investment decision.