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  • Airline Merger of Inconvenience Equals Stock Value Loss - 16 may 2008
  • The facts are upfront and bare. Northwest and Delta will not reduce the numbers of their hubs. They will not force any personnel to leave. This is great news if you work for either airline. It is time to parachute out of either stock as well. There is no joy in owning any slice of the world’s largest airline.

  • 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.

  • A Value Stock Investing Tutorial from WAG - 5 March 2008
  • Value has always been manna from heaven for stock investing. Value investing is especially popular today. Everyone searches NYSE listings for stocks with more inherent value than current prices suggest. It is easier to converse about value investing than to practice it. Seeing stock value that others cannot needs X-Ray like vision. How can you penetrate stock market barriers to see stocks in proper light? Here is a live example:

  • Make Housing Stock Your Stock Market Hedge Fund - 27 February 2008
  • Emotional reports of foreclosures and sub-prime crimes by wealthy executives have dominated stock market news for some time now. Could months of indignation have clouded our judgments of the whole housing situation?

  • Use the 3B=ADM Formula for Stock Market Success - 26 February 2008
  • Could there be more than what skeptic observers make of Richard Branson flying one of his Virgin aircraft on a bio-fuel blend? The flamboyant entrepreneur from across the Atlantic has defended his venture to reduce the fossil fuel effects of his airline stoutly. He insists that his passion is about more than just his stock value!

  • National, Communal, and Economic Clusters for Top Stock Picks (Part 1) - 20 February 2008
  • Not everyone cares for marketing, but it is behind many top stocks. We are all customers and equate marketing with common sense. Segmentation is one of the disciplines, which sets marketing professionals apart. Age, sex, wealth, and tongue are common ways of dividing a market. There is no money to be made from such easy exercises. Inspiration and hard work can, however, produce winning clusters. This article follows our earlier piece entitled “Customer Benefits versus Profits for Financial Planning Service Providers”. We want to take the marketing and stock value idea further.

  • Pricing Decisions and Stock Value (Part 1) - 7 February 2008
  • Nothing in the directly controllable domain of a professional manager can match pricing discretion, when it comes to immediate and dramatic effects on stock price. Operating margins will show effects within the quarter following a pricing decision, especially when management accounts segregate revenue trends due to volume changes from those because of unit price changes.

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