This Blog is also available as an RSS Feed

Features

  • Who Should Pay Stock Doctor Bills? (Part 1) - 6 December 2007
  • All medicine seeks to arrive at diagnoses, and proceed from there to treatment and management. That is why credit rating agencies and all auditors should be considered as stock doctors. Owners of funds depend on them to find out about the management abilities of entities who bid for funds. Auditors should assure us that our lent resources are used appropriately. What happens at a pre-medical before you finally get a new job? The doctor must assure a prospective employer that you are fit to discharge responsibilities, and that you will not become an unplanned drain on the organization’s stocks. Employers invariably choose doctors for pre-employment checks, and foot the bills as well. This is because an employer cannot take the risk of a nexus between the physician and a prospective employee.

  • Who Should Pay Stock Doctor Bills? (Part 2) - 6 December 2007
  • Who Should Pay Stock Doctor Bills? (Part 1)

    Making Stock Raters and Auditors Accountable to You

    Your stocks will not gain from recrimination, so why not get down to working on whatever is controllable in your hands? A prime step in stock investing should be to choose companies and analysts who are accountable to you. Always look for comprehensive disclosures on conflicts of interest when someone advises you about stock picks. Make it a point to revert to them when it is time for their forecasts to be reviewed against actual business results. Reward them for being accurate, and always be wary of free counsel!

  • South Korean Stock Attractions (Part 1) - 5 December 2007
  • Brands, technologies, and marketing aggression mark top stocks from South Korea. You will feel the power of these waves whether or not you have stock trading operations in Seoul. Investors and executives from this relatively small but incredibly dynamic nation have little use for any foreign stock exchange, but they leave no stones unturned to garner precious resources from all over the globe, and to grab national market shares as well. Any quick survey of emerging markets such as India will show that South Korea is not just way ahead in new branding, but has managed to keep the bulk of cash flows within its home stocks.

  • South Korean Stock Attractions (Part 2) - 5 December 2007
  • South Korean Stock Attractions (Part 1)

    South Korean Stocks in a Global Format

    Local flavors for marketing and generous budgeting mark South Korean operations abroad. Brand shares are built rapidly without concerns for local profitability. It is apparent that stock value is built almost exclusively at headquarter companies, though trade margins are always expansive. It is apparent that this is a vigorous response to World Trade Organizations guidelines that lower import barriers across the board. The amazing thing is that South Korea is able to quash all opposition from domestic brand owners. Pricing of South Korean brands is very penetrative, especially in terms of offering more features compared to Japanese competition at the same price points.

  • Why Food Stocks Are Best Picks Today (Part 1) - 4 December 2007
  • It is a matter of global shame, but a financial planning fact nevertheless: there is money to be made from hunger. Investors have many choices of routes to make profits from food stocks. An occasional bountiful harvest here and there may temporarily depress inflation in grain, meat, and other farm produce prices, but since everything we eat takes at least months to grow, there is money to be made from short selling food stocks as well. Branded food stocks have always been attractive, and this trend is set to explode as we close gaps between nutrition and therapeutics.

  • Why Food Stocks Are Best Picks Today (Part 2) - 4 December 2007
  • Why Food Stocks Are Best Picks Today (Part 1)

    Stocks of Top Food and Beverage Brands

    Investors, especially successful ones, have large egos and suited images to nurture. It can be rather down-market to invest in basic food stocks if you are a socialite, celebrity, or highly rated professional. That is why stocks of top food brands are so attractive for keeping the stuff we eat and drink in our financial planning books as wel

  • Why Food Stocks Are Best Picks Today (Part 1) - 4 December 2007
  • It is a matter of global shame, but a financial planning fact nevertheless: there is money to be made from hunger. Investors have many choices of routes to make profits from food stocks. An occasional bountiful harvest here and there may temporarily depress inflation in grain, meat, and other farm produce prices, but since everything we eat takes at least months to grow, there is money to be made from short selling food stocks as well. Branded food stocks have always been attractive, and this trend is set to explode as we close gaps between nutrition and therapeutics.

< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 >


Bookmark and Share

jalith: need the information how to start invest in stock market...
www.stockmarkets.com/personal-finance/


StockMarkets.com Team: Thank you for visiting StockMarkets.com. We do not represent the South Pacific Stock Exchange, so pl...
www.stockmarkets.com/exchanges/australasia/south-pacific-exchange/


milika: Can you please give me the listed companies that are in SPSE for my assignment purpose because it is...
www.stockmarkets.com/exchanges/australasia/south-pacific-exchange/


bob: you make loud boasts , but can you show me the opening and closing of the market indexs in South Ame...
www.stockmarkets.com/exchanges/south-america/


kennedy edahdike: with a dynamic emerging global power,a bouyant stock market is a sine qua non for develpoment,the po...
www.stockmarkets.com/exchanges/asia/chinese-stock-exchange/