Tuesday , 18 June 2019


ROIC: What Does Return On Invested Capital Mean & What Does It Tell Us?

One grossly over-looked factor in investing is Return on Invested Capital, or ROIC for short...Many stock traders have no idea what it is. It is doubtful your (or your parent's) money manager knows what it is or uses it. It's time to change that. In this article, we will dive more into return on invested capital, examine what it is, how you calculate it, and why it is so important.

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7 GARP Stocks To Scoop Up For Maximum Returns

Investors on the lookout for stocks with the potential for maximum growth and value investing may consider the growth at a reasonable price or GARP strategy. Using the GARP principle, we have run a screen to identify stocks that should offer solid returns in the near term and have come up with 16 of which 7 are highlighted in this article.

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Forget Stocks & Real Estate: Silver Is the Low-risk Asset To Buy – Here’s Why

A prudent investor is able to spot when an asset becomes a high risk and then has the sense to move his or her funds into one that is a lower risk but, unfortunately, complacency has turned investors brains into mush. Real estate & stock asset values are near their top while the silver price is closer to its bottom. Thus, assets that are near a top are HIGH RISK, and those near a bottom are LOW RISK. It’s really that simple.

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These 4 Canadian Steel & Aluminum Stocks Seem Safe From U.S. Tariffs

On March 1, 2018, the Trump administration announced a 25% tariff on steel and a 10% tariff on aluminum. The orders now exempt Canada and Mexico from the tariffs, with possible exemptions for Australia and other U.S. allies to come. If NAFTA negotiations are unsatisfactory, Trump may alter or remove any exemptions. The Canadian steel stocks and aluminum stocks on our list today have not experienced significant changes in their stock prices...[and,] due to the decision by the United States, these companies could see a sudden market response.

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