Investment Tips

Best Strategies For Successful Investing

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As you grow old and start earning, one of the most important thing that can come to your mind is how to start investing. As you start realizing the importance of investing, there is one thought which is always pondering over your mind – which I call The “What if” situation – the fear of losing money instead of getting returns. You would like to read the below articles which will help you with this situation: The importance of Investing How to overcome the fear […]

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Top 5 Stock Market Tips for Beginners

Do you always want to run away from the idea of stock trading because you just do not understand anything about it? If your answer is ‘yes’ then it’s time to reconsider your notions. Trading in the stock market can be both fun and of much interest, provided you know how the market works.

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Tips for Small investors: Don’t buy; don’t sell!

TODAY’S Stock Market rally has probably caught the small investor by surprise. Having burnt his fingers in a bad bear phase recently, the small investor had exited the stock markets and was only too scared to re-enter. So today’s turn of events, the opening followed by circuit breakers, has only made him wonder if he has missed the bus. Must Read: How to get over the fear of Investing? If you are among the scores of such small investors, then the good news is, you […]

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When is the best time to invest?

When the stock market is volatile, it can be very tempting to move out. For example, if you think that the market is likely to fall even more, you might consider selling investments so that you can buy them back when they are cheaper. This may sound like a good strategy in theory, but in practice it is extremely difficult. Even expert fund managers who spend all their time watching the market cannot tell for certain when prices have reached either their top point, when […]

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A place for cash

It is always a good idea to have some money set aside in case of emergencies. Enough to cover three months’ living expenses is often a rough guide to how much you may need. And for most of us a bank account is a safe place to keep cash. It is also useful for short term savings – putting money aside for a new car,a holiday or the deposit on a house. However, with a long term investment, the security of cash has to be […]

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Market Fall – How To Recover Losses?

THE market’s blows are only getting harder. The bad news is that the worst may not be over yet. Amidst all this turbulence, only one thing can save you: The right advice.Here’s how you can limit the damage, straight from wealth’s experts. Scenario 1: I invested in the markets for the short term; what should I do now? Right now, the markets are driven by global sentiment. And, financial planners reckon that it may take up to the fourth quarter of 2009 for the global […]

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