TEN RULES FOR SUCCESSFUL INVESTING
- Know when to let go of a once-hot stock. Hauke, Keenan // Indianapolis Business Journal;2/19/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 51, p43
The author advises U.S. investors to avoid becoming emotionally tied to once-hot stocks. He illustrates retail investors' response to the stock market performances of coffee chain Starbucks and retailer Wal-Mart. He observes that emotional ties to Apple and Google stocks are also compelling and...
- The verdict: Property v Shares. Freeman, Peter // Bulletin with Newsweek;07/27/99, Vol. 117 Issue 6184, p74
Compares investing in property and shares in Australia as of July 1999. The affinity Australians have for property investment; The belief of investment advisors from Rothschild Australia and Perpetual Investments that investing in shares offers more benefits; Comparison of the benefits and...
- Grin & bear it? // Consumer Reports;Aug2000, Vol. 65 Issue 8, p60
Offers advice for stock holders whose stock may be dipping in price. Uncertainty in the movement of the stock market; Importance of attention to stocks; Six defensive tips for stock holders including a continued focus on the goals of their investment and good reasons for selling stock. INSET:...
- It's shares in the long term. Stammer, Don // BRW;10/12/98, Vol. 20 Issue 39, p22
Considers the longer-term performance of shares for Australian investors in light of the 1998 financial crisis in Asia and other countries. Returns on stocks in the 1980s; Forecasts for returns in the late 1990s and following; Points to consider when comparing returns in the 1980s with...
- Why I Buy. Updegrave, Walter // Money;Oct2002, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p69
Comments on the author's continued investment in stocks despite a market downturn in the U.S. Suggestion that stocks are a good long term investment; Opinion that the riskiness of stocks is what produces higher returns; How declining stock prices have made some a bargain.
- Watch it! The traps are set. Greenberg, Herb // Fortune;6/25/2001, Vol. 143 Issue 14, p180
Offers investment advice. Recommendation that investors be wary of buying stocks perceived to have momentum or high short interest; Risk involved in buying stocks that have split; Reliability of advice from online investment message boards; How to spread risk through dollar cost averaging.
- How to Play the November Bounce. Miller, Penny // Esquire;Nov2004, Vol. 142 Issue 5, p104
Offers advice on buying stocks. Information on the trend in the stock market; Best dates in October to buy stocks; Performance of the stock market in November and December.
- How to Play the Recovery. Stires, David // Fortune;6/10/2002, Vol. 145 Issue 12, p90
Offers personal financial advice on exploiting the economic recovery in the United States to increase one's wealth. Reasons why investing in the stock market during this period may be beneficial, including decreased market volatility; Recommended stocks in such sectors as materials, consumer...
- Global temptation. Freeman, Peter // Bulletin with Newsweek;07/20/99, Vol. 117 Issue 6183, p75
Presents information on successfully investing in offshore stocks for Australians. Rise of stock markets offshore; How a sensibly diversified stock portfolio containing offshore as well as Australian funds presents less risk that a portfolio with strictly domestic stocks does; The appropriate...