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  1. Investing Basics

    Investing In China

    Investment opportunity is huge in China. However, investors should consider the pitfalls, understand the risks and rewards, focus on shareholder-friendly companies and stick to investments they understand. ...
  2. Budgeting

    Top 6 Mindless Money Wasters

    If you'd like to save more money, first you'll need to conquer the first step: coming up with the cash.
  3. Investing Basics

    Capital Budgeting

    Learn the process through which businesses determine whether projects are worth pursuing.
  4. Markets

    How To Efficiently Read An Annual Report

    Learn how to read between the lines and decipher the actual condition of a company.
  5. Budgeting

    Top 6 Mindless Money Wasters

    If you'd like to save more money, first you'll need to conquer the first step: coming up with the cash.
  6. Key Takeaways From Warren Buffett's Annual Letters To Shareholders
    Investing

    Key Takeaways From Warren Buffett's Annual Letters To Shareholders

    A simple yet invaluable look into the key themes Warren Buffett repeats in his annual letter to shareholders.
  7. To determine how book value relates to market value, look at the income generated by the company's assets.
    Fundamental Analysis

    The Market Value Versus Book Value

    Understanding the difference between book value and market value is a simple yet fundamentally critical component of any attempt to analyze a company for investment. After all, when you invest in a share ...
  8. The common fee structure of hedge funds is known as Two and Twenty - a two percent asset management fee and then a 20% cut of any gains generated.
    Mutual Funds & ETFs

    What Are Hedge Funds?

    Hedge funds may be similar to mutual funds in some ways, but they differ in other ways like fee structure. Is a hedge fund for you?
  9. Investing News

    Looking Into Sin Investments

    The stigma that a sin stock receives seems to be more concentrated among individual investors who are certainly entitled to avoid them. The overall market, on the other hand, seems to look favorably on ...
  10. Investing News

    The Value Of Sin Stocks

    On the whole, these sinful stocks offer little value to society, that doesn't mean they don't have value for investors.
  11. Active Trading

    Play The Market Like Tiger Plays Golf

    Score big by taking Tiger Woods' approach to golf and applying it to your portfolio.
  12. Investing Basics

    How To Be A Conservative Investor

    It may not be the most exciting path to take in the investing world, but conservative investing is an extremely safe bet.
  13. Investing Basics

    5 Lessons Monopoly Teaches Us About Finance And Investing

    The game of Monopoly can increase your chances of having a better and useful understanding of prudent financial and investment principles.
  14. Stock Analysis

    Can Microsoft Take On Gmail?

    Microsoft's new Outlook.com is the company's attempt to compete with Google's Gmail service.
  15. Investing News

    Are Women's Portfolios Better Than Men's?

    A recent study found that women's portfolios tend to perform better than men's. This is likely because women are more averse to risk.
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