Saturday , 22 September 2018


Investing

How Much Cash Should You Keep In Your Portfolio?

Investors want to know how much of their portfolio they should be in cash but there is no absolute answer to this question. Some investors and traders will hold no cash when they have a strong opinion on the market while others will always hold some cash (e.g. at least 10%) no matter how strongly they believe in their market outlook. You can decide what percentage of your portfolio you should hold in cash right now by considering the following factors:

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The Secret Costs Of Mutual Funds

Funds are a great way for people to invest in the stock market...but, as much as I like mutual funds, there is a dark side to them, namely fees. This post will enable you to take a better look at what you are investing in and to understand the secret costs of mutual funds.

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These 5 Stocks Could Crush Q1 Earnings

Earnings for companies in the S&P 500 are expected to grow 17.3% in the first quarter, with sales up 10%. These rates represent the fastest pace of growth since the first quarter of 2011. In this article we have identified only 5 stocks that have a ‘Strong Buy’ and ‘Moderate Buy’ analyst consensus rating and notable upside from current prices.

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These 10 “Graham Number” Stocks Should Be Great Investments

The following 10 companies have demonstrated strong financial positions through passing the rigorous requirements of the ModernGraham Investor and show potential for capital growth based on their current price in relation to intrinsic value. As such, these Graham Number stocks may be a great investment if they prove to be suitable for your portfolio after your own additional research.

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Is Market Timing a Myth?

Invest assets in the market as soon as you are able. Yes, there will be ups and downs, but as long as the world economy continues to improve living standards, investors will be rewarded with compounding growth on their investments.

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5 Ultra-Cheap Growth ETFs for a Large-Cap Play This Spring

Below we have selected five large-cap growth ETFs that provide exposure to the broad stock market instead of a particular sector. All these funds have a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy) with a lower expense ratio of under 10%, making them superior relative to other choices in the growth space.

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