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Media Myth: Products vs Stocks

Products vs Stocks

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The opinions voiced in this material are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual. 147 more words

Media Myths

Update of Pollies Freedom Fund

Another month has passed and another month to look back on.  I hope another month closer to Financial Freedom. Let’s see what August brought us. 341 more words

Dividend Income

US Stock Market Valuation

Firstly, trailing 12m p/e valuation. This chart clearly shows this measure is a rather useless tool, and can be disregarded:

Source: D Short

Secondly, forward p/e (12m) valuation. 818 more words


Bank of America outlook on September 1, 2014

The trend is up on the daily. Some support @ $16 after it broke out of the $15-16 range last week. Its relative strength compared to other parts of the market is not there, so it has to cover a lot of ground in the next weeks to become our favorite. 54 more words


XLE (energy sector ETF) outlook on September 1, 2014

After having its problems to go above the 100 mark a few weeks ago, XLE found support at its 100-day SMA and now looks all set to re-visit its yearly highs soon. 43 more words


Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A, BRK-B) Strong Investment

Berkshire Hathaway is famous for its CEO, Warren Buffett, widely held as the greatest investor of all time. The company is an insurance-backed conglomerate; they invest the float (premiums) generated from their insurance arm into various securities and companies, often buying entire companies outright. 508 more words


Irrational Exuberance

Irrational exuberance, or in other words, how to invest in hype!

Sound investment strategy usually goes something like this:

1.       Research for well run companies that fit the criteria you are looking for… 1,030 more words