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  • Does Marketing Myopia Cloud Your Stock Trade? - 31 March 2008
  • Have surveys of consumer confidence made your stock vision hazy? Do you worry that all corporations in which you own stocks are about to go bust? Are you vulnerable to prophets of doom? Try this dose of investment mood enhancers from the marketing medics:

  • Visa to the Fair Stock Value World - 28 March 2008
  • Fair stock value drives all trading and investment. It is a subjective matter. Experts rarely agree on how much stock is worth. The stock price which prevails at any one point in time is buffeted up and down by innumerable traders. Only stock brokers gain no matter which way a stock price moves.

  • Are You Voting for or Trading in Stock? - 27 March 2008
  • What role does advice play in your stock trades? Are you the altruistic type who shares priceless insights for free? Do you lack confidence in all stock market sources? Which is the best way to structure a stock trading team?

  • Vacation from Stock Trade and Work on Your Mortgage Value Instead - 26 March 2008
  • Less can be more. Brokers gain the more you trade in stock. That equation may not apply to you. Stock trading makes great sense when you discern a trend. Wait and watch works as well. Taking a break from the stock market could help your capital. What can you do with surplus cash in the meantime?

  • How to Read Between Stock Price Volatility Lines - 25 March 2008
  • Classic technical analysis of a stock market uses years and months as units to time. Electronics and satellites are swords with two edges for stock investors. You are fascinated at first by real time stock price movements. Then you make some gut-wrenching day trading losses. You can learn to handle the stock market like a deck of poker cards. The tricks become easier with regular practice, and you begin to beat the dealer.

  • Tap and Fibrous Root Systems of Stocks - 24 March 2008
  • Here is a way to use botany for stock trades. Consider how a tree is more useful than a fern. Some of this is because a deep and strong root is better than a whole bunch of shallow and stringy ones. The differences become sharper in bad times. Ferns become fossils, while redwoods thrive for generations.

  • Awake to a Fresh Financial Planning Dawn - 21 March 2008
  • Record stock price rises can hurt. Unreasonable expectations may be at fault. Economic analyses can be dead wrong. Interest rate reductions are like pain-killer drugs. They do more harm than good. Temporary relief hides structural defects. Only pharmacists gain. What should you do with stocks?

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