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  • Green Brands – Appealing to Consumer Social Responsibility - 16 February 2010
  • The consumer swing to "green brands" is closely related to ethical/green consumerism for the man in the street, as well as being linked to corporate triple bottom line reporting, and the growing trend of socially responsible investing for stock market players. It is widely agreed that this trend toward going green will gain momentum moving into the future, as the world-wide focus remains on the many and diverse issues relating to global warming.

  • Spreading the Risk with Collective Investment Schemes - 29 January 2010
  • Investors who are not in a position to dabble in a wide range of stock market investments as an individual, may want to consider a collective investment scheme, in which a group of investors share the costs as well as the benefits of wide-range investing. Depending on where you are, you may find collective investment schemes being referred to by different names, including funds, investment funds, managed funds and mutual funds – although in the US, mutual funds refers to open-end funds.

  • Monopoly, Oligopoly & Duopoly - 23 September 2009
  • A monopoly has been defined as a situation where, due to lack of competition or the availability of a substitute product/service, a single enterprise can determine the terms, such as price and availability, under which others can have access to the service or product it is offering. While having a monopoly in the market is not necessarily illegal, there are checks and balances in place to ensure that the monopoly has not been established or maintained under coercive conditions, such as creating a barrier to entry for possible competitors.

  • Why This Stock is a Best Buy - 16 may 2008
  • Market capitalization approaches $18 billion. The Price to Earnings Ratio is less than 15. The stock price is steadily on way to the 52-week high of $53.90. Yield is 1.22. Most of the stock is held by respected institutions. Do you have Best Buy Company Incorporated (NYSE: BBY) stock?

  • Stock Depends on Dining Option - 2 may 2008
  • Why does one restaurant succeed while others fail? Owners can never take customers for granted. Some top outlets of yesterday can lose custom in a flash. It is hard for stock investors to exit. After all, business, social, and family events cannot stop. Perhaps we can shuffle stocks within the Restaurants Industry. There are other options within the Services Sector as well. Are you ready for an example?

  • Business Lessons from Mobile Wars - 18 April 2008
  • 2007 was not a uniformly bad year for all business. Banks will like to banish the nightmares. Most iPhone users and its legendary maker will remember the last calendar year forever.

  • Myriad Ways for You to Make Money from New Internet Marketing - 4 April 2008
  • Controversy has erupted over stock price trends of major Internet search engines. Some surveys show that the ‘pay per click’ fashion may be on the decline. Influential stock market quarters believe that eliminating fraudulent browser behavior is the way to go. Search engines may do even better with lower but genuine browser activity on the web. What does all this mean for you?

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