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  1. Mechanical Investing Not A Golden Key

    Direct paths to wealth are getting narrower, fewer and may be locked up tight.
  2. Four Big Investor Errors

    These simple lessons can cut your losses.
  3. Is finance an art or a science?

    The short answer to this question is "both". Finance, as a field of study and an area of business, definitely has strong ...
  4. Stocks with high P/E ratios can be overpriced. Is a stock with a lower P/E always ...

    The short answer? No. The long answer? It depends.The price-to-earnings ratio (P/E ratio) is calculated as a stock's current ...
  5. Can a stock have a negative price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio?

    Yes, a stock can have a negative price-to-earnings ratio (P/E), but it is very unlikely that you will ever see it reported. ...
  6. What's the difference between old- and new-economy stocks?

    Old-economy stocks represent large, well-established companies that participate in more traditional industry sectors and ...
  7. World's Wackiest Stock Indicators

    Can butter production help you predict the market's next move? Find out here.
  8. Market Bottom: Are We There Yet?

    No one rings a bell when the bear market's over, but that doesn't mean there's no way to predict a bottom.
  9. I've heard some "market gurus" claim returns of up to 400% annually. Is this possible?

    To answer your question in a word: No! Although we wish such a phenomenal investment system were real, the claims you speak ...
  10. What's the difference between absolute P/E ratio and relative P/E ratio?

    The simple answer to this question is that absolute P/E, which is the most quoted of the two ratios, is the price of a stock ...
  11. 8 Ways To Survive A Market Downturn

    Stay calm, play dead and keep your eyes open for attractive valuations.
  12. If I own a stock in a company, do I get a say in the company's operations?

    You don't get a direct say in a company's day-to-day operations, but, depending on whether you own voting or non-voting stock, ...
  13. Why would a stock have no par value?

    People often get confused when they read about the "par value" for a stock. One reason for this is that the term has slightly ...
  14. What is earnings management?

    Before diving into what earnings management is, it is important to have a solid understanding of what we mean when we refer ...
  15. Value Investing Using The Enterprise Multiple

    This simple measure can help investors determine whether a stock is a good deal.
  16. Futures Fundamentals

    For those who are new to futures but want a solid understanding of them, this tutorial explains what futures contracts are, ...
  17. The Greatest Investors

    Read about the achievements of those who have mastered the art of investing.
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Frequently Asked Questions
  1. When does a growth stock turn into a value opportunity?

    Learn how fundamental analysts use valuation measures, such as the price-to-earnings ratio, to identify when a growth stock ...
  2. Have hedge funds eroded market opportunities?

    Learn why there is still plenty of opportunity for investors even though hedge funds have grown substantially. Read about ...
  3. What is the average return on equity for a company in the retail sector?

    Find out more about return on equity, how to calculate it and the average return on equity for companies in the retail sector.
  4. What is the average price-to-book ratio of companies in the retail sector?

    Find out more about the price-to-book (P/B) ratio, how to calculate the ratio and the average P/B ratio of companies in the ...
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