Arthur Pinkasovitch

Arthur Pinkasovitch

Arthur Pinkasovitch is an Analyst at Investopedia and is currently a CFA level 3 candidate. His investment focus is centered on energy and commodities as well as applying basic economics principles to everyday investment analysis. Arthur teaches introductory corporate finance at a local college and is part-owner of a Russian Grocery Store. You can follow Arthur on Twitter.

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  1. Bonds / Fixed Income

    How Are Bonds Rated?

    A bond rating is a grade given to a bond by various rating services. Learn how the major rating services evaluate an issuer's ...
  2. Asset Allocation

    5 Ways to Rate Your Portfolio Manager

    These five performance ratios will help you measure how good your money manager is at increasing the value of your portfolio. ...
  3. Retirement Living

    5 Steps to a Retirement Plan

    These considerations will help you make a realistic and thorough retirement plan.
  4. Bonds / Fixed Income

    Using Decision Trees in Finance

    Decision trees are a major tool that can be used in corporate finance and economic forecasting. Discover how binomial trees ...
  5. Small Business

    Why is game theory useful in business?

    The concepts of game theory became a revolutionary interdisciplinary phenomenon, but they are still relevant for business ...
  6. Real Estate

    Learn to Value Real Estate Investment Property

    Make sure you know what your real estate investment is worth before you sign the ownership papers. Learn what capitalization ...
  7. Financial Analysis

    How to use the dividend capture strategy

    Learn how to implement the dividend capture strategy, an aggressive, income-focused stock trading strategy investors can ...
  8. ETFs

    Investing in emerging markets: The risks

    When domestic markets are volatile, investors often look overseas for diversification, but that strategy comes with its own ...
  9. Investing Strategy

    Types of rebalancing strategies

    Learn how portfolio rebalancing provides protection and discipline for any investment management strategy by retail or institutional ...
  10. Markets & Economy

    Introduction to Supply and Demand

    Learn about one of the most fundamental concepts of economics - supply and demand - and how it relates to your daily purchases. ...
  11. Crime & Fraud

    Detecting Financial Statement Fraud

    Find out how to tell if a company is manipulating its financial data, so you don't invest in the next Enron.
  12. Stocks

    Using Porter's 5 Forces to Analyze Stocks

    Porter's five forces are a set of qualitative measures that allow investors to draw conclusions.
  13. Investing

    Analyzing the Price-to-Cash-Flow Ratio

    Find out how analyzing the price-to-cash-flow ratio can help you make batter investment decisions.
  14. Retirement Living

    What's the Difference Between Retiring In Canada And America?

    American and Canadian governments provide many of the same types of services, but the subtle differences between the two ...
  15. Financial Analysis

    What is the difference between a Ponzi and a pyramid scheme?

    Pyramid schemes and Ponzi schemes share many similar characteristics in which unsuspecting individuals are fooled by unscrupulous ...
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