Have You Bought an Overpriced Stock?

I’m always shocked to see how most investors buy into an overpriced stock. Investors are being led into risker asset classes such as equities because of the current investment environment. Today’s environment is defined by its negative real interest rates and unrelenting monetary stimuli. This flood of capital flows to the highest quality stocks that…

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Improve Your Investing Decisions with a Simple Ratio

I’ve been asked many times, if a particular stock is cheap enough since the PE ratio is very low? An alluring price-earnings ratio (PER) can easily pull us as investors in, as can financial media that heavily focuses on net profit and its derivative.  However, relying upon these measures can lead us down the wrong…

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Finally Time to Buy This Major Drug Manufacturer?

A couple of weeks ago, I was getting ready to pick up one of the world’s largest drug manufacturers Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMY) due to a recent 20% stock price plunge from a failed final stage lung cancer treatment trial. The time to accumulate BMY stock is finally getting close as volume seems to remain high…

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10 Actions to Overcome Any Lack of Trading Confidence

You are not alone, as I get asked this all the time and I too suffered from this lack of confidence when I first began.  Lack of confidence is one of the most common problems people have when starting out. Why is this the case? It’s because none of us enjoy losing, and we all…

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The Fundamental Difference Between Investing and Trading

“Unless you can watch your stock holding decline by 50% without becoming panic-stricken, you should not be in the stock market.” Warren Buffett Just over a week ago, I mentioned an opportunity on a major memory chip maker Micron (MU) that many very smart hedge funds as well as I have liked for a long…

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