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  • New Options for Global Trading in Stocks (Part 2) - 23 October 2007
  • New Options for Global Trading in Stocks (Part 1)

    Values to Capture in Small and Medium Sector Stocks

    Large trans-national corporations offer limited options for citizens to participate in stocks from other countries. Some companies have laws which require part local ownerships of all companies which operate in their territories. This is primarily why companies which originate in the first world also list affiliate organizations in Exchanges of other countries. However, international financial and trade organizations frown on such compulsions, so some global corporations have begun to de-list from country Exchanges.

  • Strategic Sourcing for Strengthening Stocks (Part 1) - 22 October 2007
  • Professionals from the purchasing function rarely get public credit for their invaluable contributions to the performance of the best stocks. Senior executives and celebrities from marketing and finance steal the limelight when stocks outperform their peers, but behind most of these success stories lie systematic and diligent efforts of the purchase function.

  • Strategic Sourcing for Strengthening Stocks (Part 2) - 22 October 2007
  • How Executive Procurement Decisions Can Affect Stocks (Cont.)

    Companies which are close to their customers, especially those in services, tend to see purchasing as a staff function of marketing. That is why outsourced advertising and communication campaigns are generally left to product managers and the like. This kind of organization helps to grow market shares, but a plethora of inventory types also tends to push up working capital levels. Companies with generous current results may not worry about inefficiencies in purchase processes, and tend to be indulgent towards marketing executives with grand budgets, but investors should be wary of such set-ups because stocks may lose significant values in the process. Every function likes to independent, and purchasing is no exception: should there be places for the purchase people in Board rooms?

  • Why India’s Stocks Deserve Your Attention (Part 1) - 19 October 2007
  • South-East Asia has awoken decisively from centuries of colonial obligation. Large domestic populations, nuclear arsenals, and physical proximity to China, and suspected bases of insurgent activities, make South-East Asia a politically sensitive part of the world. Big business often follows geo-politics, and South-East Asia has not been an exception to this phenomenon. Some countries in this area enjoyed spectacular GDP growths towards the end of the 20th century, but their blazing trails were catastrophically short-lived as international investors suddenly abandoned stocks in these countries.

  • Why India’s Stocks Deserve Your Attention (Part 2) - 19 October 2007
  • Why India’s Stocks Deserve Your Attention (Part 1)

    How the Best Investors View India’s Stocks

    The World Bank has a global view with some of the best economists available. How does this august body view India? India and the World Bank have a special relationship that goes back decades. India has been one of the largest beneficiaries of financial assistance at negligible interest rates. This is because the World Bank has been enamored of the country’s long term stabilities and the governmental policies which promote sustained and all-round development.

  • Conundrums of Media Stocks (Part 1) - 18 October 2007
  • High profile media stocks are so coveted by their owners that all investors must want to own some! Is media a high profit and growth sector? Why do entrepreneurs prefer this sector to other avenues of application for their funds? It is common knowledge that the mainstream media is a pillar of democratic functioning, with sizeable influences on social and political trends. The media is also a reservoir of big business: newspapers account for revenues of over $50 billion a year in the United States alone. Advertising campaigns on television run in to millions of dollars. Information and entertainment are so integral to modern living that media appears to have essential roles in our lives. However, discerning investors may still shy away from media stocks, harboring doubts that the sector will not be able to maintain past trends of financial success.

  • Conundrums of Media Stocks (Part 2) - 18 October 2007
  • Conundrums of Media Stocks (Part 1)

    Go Beyond the Numbers to Spot Winning Media Stocks

    Records of past financial performances are not reliable for picking the right media stock. Human information and entertainment needs will not go away, so a portfolio without at least a modicum of media stocks in likely to lose out needlessly on profit and growth opportunities. That does mean that all media companies will succeed, and investors must examine business plans, models, and processes in detail to buy the right stocks from this sector.

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