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The Investing Strategy Of Peter Lynch

The New York Times once wrote about Peter Lynch: "Mr. Lynch's investment record puts him in a league by himself." His straightforward approach to investing in the stock market is easy to understand and can be employed by each and every one.

1 month ago
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What Is The Value Of A Company?

A common misconception among newer investors is that a higher stock price means a company is also more expensive or worth more.

2 months ago
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How Much Money Do I Need To Build My Own Stock Portfolio?

This article discusses how to build a stock portfolio.

2 months ago
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What To Look For In A Broker

In this article we take a look at different types of brokers.

2 months ago
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Glossary

Bid Price

The bid price is the price the investor receives when selling a stock.

Amortization

In accounting, amortization refers to writing off an intangible asset's cost as an operational expense over its estimated useful life to reduce a company's taxable income.

Short-Selling

In finance, being short in an asset means investing in such a way that the investor will profit if the value of the asset falls. This is the opposite of a more conventional "long" position, where the investor will profit if the value of the asset rises.

Books

Discover books that smart investors read. Here are some suggestings for books in English:

Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell
The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham; Jason Zweig

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