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  • Combine Learning with Pleasure for Trading in Stocks (Part 2) - 16 November 2007
  • Combine Learning with Pleasure for Trading in Stocks (Part 1)

    Types of Trading Shows in Stocks

    Day trading involves some degree of exhibitionism, so you are likely to see an amazing spread of sectors in which traders buy and sell stocks, when friends involved in this activity knows you are watching! It can take months if not years before day trading in multiple sectors becomes reasonably safe, so like stock car racing on NASCAR, it makes sense to stick to speed limits when driving your own car, regardless of how much you may love track racing! Day trading is less likely to lead to tears provided that you start in slow and measured steps. Some people prefer to remain with one type of trading instrument throughout their trading lives. Foreign exchange is a favorite in this respect.

  • How Investors Should Manage Executive Liabilities of Their Stocks (Part 1) - 15 November 2007
  • Some errant executives are sentenced to prison for their torts, while others simply start their own enterprises with outlandish severance packages, but neither of these ways of holding others accountable returns lost cash to holders of stocks!

  • How Investors Should Manage Executive Liabilities of Their Stocks (Part 2) - 15 November 2007
  • How Investors Should Manage Executive Liabilities of Their Stocks (Part 1)

    Management audit reveals the quality and depth of factual information that routinely escapes nerd accountants. Ask any executives you know, and you will get confirmation that statutory audits by external accountants only scratch the surface, as compared to internal evaluations done for the benefits of major holders of stocks-both actual and prospected.

  • Stocks from the Sun (Part 1) - 14 November 2007
  • This article is such an unabashed support for specific stocks that it is best to start with a disclaimer! The author does not own the stocks recommended here, and does not have any financial interests in or remunerations from the company involved. This article is written for the exclusive benefits of the invaluable and dear audience of StockMarkets.com. It is based on deep technical and economic convictions.

  • Stocks from the Sun (Part 2) - 14 November 2007
  • Stocks from the Sun (Part 1)

    Solar energy is not clean, but is suited for decentralization as well. Every corporation and factory, just as each house-hold, can generate more than their own needs. It might put some large power plants out of business, but solar power does not need to be transmitted over ugly and hazardous lines: it can be generated at the very sites of consumption. It is also abundant, and can meet the needs of the fastest growing economies, with plenty to spare for our coming generations!

  • Stocks from the Sun (Part 1) - 14 November 2007
  • This article is such an unabashed support for specific stocks that it is best to start with a disclaimer! The author does not own the stocks recommended here, and does not have any financial interests in or remunerations from the company involved. This article is written for the exclusive benefits of the invaluable and dear audience of stockmarkets.com. It is based on deep technical and economic convictions.

  • A Worthy Example of How to Add Values to Your Stocks (Part 1) - 13 November 2007
  • We are accustomed to automobile companies swallowing each other up, but the acquisition of stocks from this sector by an outsider is certain to be a matter for speculation in investment circles. The most successful Japanese automobile majors are not exactly desperate for new capital flows, and would much rather that their stocks stay as they are.

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