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    Most investors buy high and sell low, but you can avoid this trap by using some simple ...
  2. Why Advisors Will Be Key in a Low-Return World

    The human factor in an advisory relationship should be strong enough to override ...
  3. Are Oil Prices Fueling CAPEX? (APA, APC)

    Energy companies that are increasing capital expenditures in anticipation of rebounding ...
  4. Bear Market Mutual Funds Are Attracting Investors ...

    Bear funds take short positions on the market and profit when prices go down.
  5. 2 M&A Deals That Burned Hedge Fund Short Positions ...

    SolarCity Corp. and Green Mountain Coffee merger deals burned two of the most prominent ...
  6. Rules and Strategies For Profitable Short Selling

    Short sales work well in bull and bear markets but strict entry and risk management ...
  1. Are Oil Prices Fueling CAPEX? (APA, APC)

    Energy companies that are increasing capital expenditures in anticipation of rebounding ...
  2. Bear Market Mutual Funds Are Attracting Investors ...

    Bear funds take short positions on the market and profit when prices go down.
  3. 2 M&A Deals That Burned Hedge Fund Short Positions ...

    SolarCity Corp. and Green Mountain Coffee merger deals burned two of the most prominent ...
  4. Rules and Strategies For Profitable Short Selling

    Short sales work well in bull and bear markets but strict entry and risk management ...
  5. 3 Reasons Cash Is a Smart Position in Your Portfolio

    Explore three reasons to hold cash positions in investment portfolios, including ...
  6. 4 Cases to Buy If the Stock Market Is at an All-Time ...

    Learn about why someone would invest in the stock market, even if it has reached ...
  1. How can I hedge my portfolio to protect from a decline in the food and beverage sector?

    Learn why countercyclical investments, such as precious metals, serve as the best hedge against exposure to the food and ...
  2. How attractive is the food and beverage sector for a growth investor?

    Learn how the food and beverage sector's volatility makes it attractive to growth investors, and discover how these investors ...
  3. What techniques are most useful for hedging exposure to the insurance sector?

    Learn how investing style, whether growth-oriented or conservative, determines what strategies an investor uses to hedge ...
  4. What is the formula for calculating the receivables turnover ratio?

    Find out how to calculate the accounts receivable turnover ratio for a business, which should highlight how efficiently the ...
  1. 6 Hot Careers With Lots Of Jobs

    Despite the high unemployment rate, there are some careers with above-average prospects.
  2. 8 Signs Of A Doomed Stock

    Companies provide distress signals long before they go under. Find out how to read ...
  3. Obtaining Credit In A Bad Economy

    Recessions can put the brakes on lending. Learn how to get the loan you need during ...
  4. 7 Ways To Position Yourself For Recovery

    Preparing yourself for an economic turnaround can give you great peace of mind.
  5. 7 Tips On Buying A Home In A Down Market

    Follow these seven tips to get a leg up on rival bargain hunters.
  6. 8 Ways To Survive A Market Downturn

    Stay calm, play dead and keep your eyes open for attractive valuations.
Hot Definitions
  1. Trickle-Down Theory

    An economic idea which states that decreasing marginal and capital gains tax rates - especially for corporations, investors ...
  2. Derivative

    A security with a price that is dependent upon or derived from one or more underlying assets.
  3. Fiduciary

    A fiduciary is a person who acts on behalf of another person, or persons to manage assets.
  4. Sharpe Ratio

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  5. Death Taxes

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  6. Retained Earnings

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