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Ernest Said:

What is the best site for charting stocks and funds?

We Answered:

I use a combination of StockCharts.com, Schwab, Yahoo Finance, Raging Bull, Investor Village, and Kitco. nm

Darlene Said:

what is safer and what will male you more money, stocks or sock options?

We Answered:

You might take a look at http://www.optionsclearing.com/publicati…

I would suggest you stay away from options until you've been trading stocks for a while (preferably successfully)

http://www.candlesticker.com/ will show you the various candlestick patterns and what they mean. I think however, that when they said to use candlestick charting, they probably meant to display your charts with candlestics because they provide immediate understanding of how your stock performed over the selected time period (minute, hour, day, week, etc.)

Wallace Said:

Is charting a good way to pick stocks and shares.?

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Occasionally the charts are correct. Occasionally they are not. When they are not it is call a whip saw. I tend to use charts but I do not rely on them completely. I have been whip sawed more than once. If the stock if fundamentally sound and the chart appears good, then I am apt to invest in it. I have frequently regretted it.

Ross Said:

Which is the best charting software for indian stocks?

We Answered:

We have got vantagetrade.

http://www.vantagetrade.com/do?sd=ya

This is the only site where you get best charts with historical prices of 1 year and more. The best part of the site is , it is free and gives buy and sell signals on the live charts of all the stocks on BSE and NSE.

So, go on.

There are other sites too,

rediff.stocks.com
finance.yahoo.com
moneycontrol.com

You can check these sites too.

Warren Said:

What is a good place for a beginner to learn about investing in stocks?

We Answered:

Hi,

If I were young, I would be investing in small cap growth mutual funds or stocks. Go here for excellent low cost advice (http://www.aaii.com/aaiiportfolios/comme…

Don't be alarmed at the low cost - it has some of the best financial advice on the Web.

You have lots of time before retirement which means the magic of compound interest will just keep building and building. It really works and if you keep investing every year, in 10 or 15 years you will be surprised at how it mounts up. In 30 years you could be a millionaire which probably won't amount to much in 30 year owing the the ravages of inflation.

And that's the primary reason to keep investing in small cap growth stocks - they will flog inflation to death.

When investing in mutual funds, select the no-load funds only. Do not invest in mutual funds with a "load", an up front commission that you have to pay before when they sell you the mutual fund. Some charge as much as 10% which is a rrip-off. Many studies have shown that the no-load funds do as well as the load funds and sometimes a lot better.

Look at the AAI Shadow Stock Portfolio. I would try and emulate that portfolio if you want to invest in stocks. It was up 25% as of November 2006. The Vanguard Index fund is only up 14%.

AAII has some of the best financial advisers and the cost is very low. They have excellent guides and advice.

You may need a broker so go to e-Trade or Scottsdale who have low commission rates.

Do your own due diligence. Your own ideas are the best. Do not depend on someone else to select investments for you. Learn about investing so you don't have to ask what stocks to invest in.

Be self reliant.

Remember what Emerson said: A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines. With consistency a great soul has simply nothing to do.

Find stocks that have steadily rising net profits (earnings), low debt, and good P/Es, lots of cash, companies buying back their stock..

What interests you? Find stocks that pique your interest and passion.

You need fast growing good stocks with good earnings and in good sectors. You need to learn more about the stock market before you even think about investing in it.

The stocks world is divided into 12 sectors such as energy which chevron belongs to. It is next to last in the sectors list today.

Technology is numero uno, but things can change in a new york minute, but within the sector, the fastest growing are computer services, not Microsoft. Then, Electronic Instruments and controls. Next is computer storage devices.

The next hot sector is Healthcare, but heed the warning below. Go here for sectors: (http://clearstation.etrade.com/cgi-bin/I…

The best software is Vector Vest if you can afford it. It has sector investing.

Here is a free Web site for charting stocks: (http://www.incrediblecharts.com/).

First of all, stay away from "professional brokers" and tips coming to you via e-mail or friends and acquaintances. And tips at Yahoo! Answers. And e-mail tips. Do your own due diligence - don't rely on someone else. Read Emerson's essay "Self Reliance.

Hey! They will say anything to get you to buy their junk. If it's too good to be true, it is.

Remember this, they are just sales people trying to sell you what their firm is pushing. They are not security analysts or financial planners, not even financial advisers. Trust me, I know from experience that they cannot be trusted especially with a million dollars. You risk losing it all. A million dollar account is known as a "whale" and they would love to get their greedy little paws on it and suck it dry. They just want to make commissions on what they buy and sell for the suckers, err...clients..

Risk avoidance is the name of the game.

Remember, the harder I work, the luckier I get.

Penny stocks are highly speculative. I would avoid the ones under a dollar a share. For example, Best Buy started at less than $5. So there are some good companies, but it takes a lot of digging to find the good ones. You are looking for companies with good earnings, little debt, low capitalization, and good P/Es. For stocks under $5, very few will meet these requirements.

Stay away from the pharms unless they have patented drugs - do not invest in generic pharms, no growth there.

Check out which business sectors are the most popular and invest in the companies in those sectors. The number one, two and three are: technology, health care, and cyclicals (retail). These change periodically so keep current.

Go here for a list of growth stocks: http://www.thestreet.com/_googlen/newsan…

There are these lists all over the Web - you pays your money and takes your chances.

Watch CNBC, but don't pay too much attention to the talking heads, except for Jim Cramer, the wild man - but he tries to teach you how to invest and has some great advice.

Get Jim Cramer's Real Money: Sane Investing in an Insane World by James J. Cramer

Listen to Jim Cramer on CNBC.com

Go to Clearstation for quotes and tutorials on investing at (http://clearstation.etrade.com/). Sign up is free. Look up a few stocks. Do their tutorials. Check out the sectors.

Get this book: Value Investing: From Graham to Buffett and Beyond (Wiley Finance) by Bruce C. N. Greenwald, Judd Kahn, Paul D. Sonkin, and Michael van Biema.

Another good book: The Motley Fool Investment Guide for Teens: 8 Steps to Having More Money Than Your Parents Ever Dreamed Of (Motley Fool) by David Gardner, Tom Gardner, and Selena Maranjian

Jim Cramer's Mad Money: Watch TV, Get Rich by James J. Cramer and Cliff Mason

I Want to Make Money in the Stock Market: Learn to Begin Investing Without Losing Your Life Savings! by Chris M. Hart

Sensible Stock Investing: How to Pick, Value, and Manage Stocks by David P. Van Knapp

Stock Investing For Dummies (For Dummies (Business & Personal Finance)) by Paul Mladjenovic

All About Stock Market Strategies : The Easy Way To Get Started by David Brown and Kassandra Bentley

The Motley Fool Investment Guide and their Web site (http://www.fool.com/).

The Little Black Book of Microcap Investing: Beat the Market with NASDAQ/AMEX Microcap Stocks, OTCBB Penny Stocks, and Pink Sheet Stocks by Dan Holtzclaw

How To Make Money In Stocks: A Winning System in Good Times or Bad, 3rd Edition by William J. O'Neil

Trading for a Living: Psychology, Trading Tactics, Money Management by Alexander Elder

Big Trends in Trading: Strategies to Master Major Market Moves (A Marketplace Book) by Price Headley

Extraordinary Popular Delusions & the Madness of Crowds (Paperback)
by Charles Mackay (Author), Andrew Tobias (Foreword) This book talks about the Tulip craze in Holland where people would mortgage their homes to buy Tulip bulbs. Same thing happened in 2001 - 2002 with the Internet bubble that brought the stock market to its knees. The dot com companies were the Tulip bulbs.

Buy Investors Business Daily. It has lots of tutorials and I like it better than the stodgy Wall St Journal.

Money Game by Adam Smith

Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits and Other Writings (Wiley Investment Classics) (Hardcover)
by Philip A. Fisher. Recommended by Warren Buffet who took $100,000 and grew it to $34 billion!

Value Investing with the Masters by Kirk Kazanjian

Valuegrowth Investing by Glen Arnold

The 5 Keys to Value Investing by J. Dennis Jean-Jacques

The Intelligent Investor Rev Ed. (Collins Business Essentials) by Benjamin Graham. Warren Buffet was his student at Columbia.

The Money Masters by John Train

The Bogleheads' Guide to Investing by Taylor Larimore

Common Sense on Mutual Funds: New Imperatives for the Intelligent Investor by John C. Bogle

Why Smart People Make Big Money Mistakes And How To Correct Them: Lessons From The New Science Of Behavioral Economics by Gary Belsky

Rule #1: The Simple Strategy for Successful Investing in Only 15 Minutes a Week! by Phil Town . See his Web site at (http://www.ruleoneinvestor.com/). Free sign-up. I got the book at the library.

Listen. You don't have to spend a lot of money on these books - most can be found at your library and those that your library doesn't have they can usually get from other libraries in your state.

Most of these books talk about stock and mutual fund investing, but for a good introduction to other forms of investing Gerald Appel has a great book called Opportunity Investing - How to Profit When Stock Advance, Stocks decline, Inflation Run Rampant, Prices fall, Oil Prices Hit the Roof and Every Time In Between.

First, Break All the Rules: What the World's Greatest Managers Do Differently by Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman Not a book on investing, but it's a nice segue into the next book.

Now, Discover Your Strengths by Marcus Buckingham and Donald O. Clifton

Go Put Your Strengths to Work: 6 Powerful Steps to Achieve Outstanding Performance by Marcus Buckingham

Finding your strengths is important when investing. These books teach you to build on your strengths, what you a good at. Everyone is good or passionate about something. Why not get better at what you are good at?

Another good book is: Opportunity Investing: How To Profit When Stocks Advance, Stocks Decline, Inflation Runs Rampant, Prices Fall, Oil Prices Hit the Roof, ... and Every Time in Between (Hardcover)
by Gerald Appel

Most mutual funds do not even keep up the the return on the S&P. That's like 99% of them.

Vanguard Index funds are a no brainer.

A CD is better than a savings account. They range from six months to several years. You cannot touch your money tho until the time limit is up.

Check out this Web site on Direct Investment Plans where you can buy shares directly from companies: (http://www.fool.com/School/DRIPs.htm). Usually no fees and you can buy one share at a time.

Bonds are probably the safest. But they are not for the young. You might try a bond fund. They might return 5 or 6 percent. At 5% a million would return $50,000 a year - not a bad income. Remember, you have to pay taxes on the $50,000.

There are also municipal bonds and the income from them is taxfree especially if you buy them in a state that offers them, but they only pay about 3%, but it's mostly taxfree.

Look into Fidelity sector funds. Buy the top three, then in six months look how they are doing and if not so hot, select the next three that are best. Do this for a few years and you will make lots of money.

Kindest Personal Regards,

Walt Brown
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P.S. This is a life-long learning process. Reading these books and applying the rules to analyzing stocks that may be good It takes time. Be patient and keep reading and listening. Don't be a sucker and follow someone elses advice. Be your own man or woman. Depend on no one except yourself. You can only get smarter and stronger that way.

P.P.S. Internet has lots of good stuff, for example (http://stockcharts.com/school/doku.php?i…
Stockcharts.com is very good and their discussion of MACD is one of the best, barring its originator, Gerald Apple, but now we are getting into Technical Analysis and that is not for beginners. But it is an important factor in finding good stocks that are going up and growing. Remember, tiny acorns grow into mighty oaks.

Claire Said:

When day trading stocks how can I minimize or avoid unwanted capital gains taxes?

We Answered:

If you have at least $25K on your brokerage account then you are classified as a pattern or full time trader and you can deduct trading commissions as regular business expense. That's the most you can do. You will always have to pay taxes whether you sell ice cream cones or trade stocks.

Also you pay less taxes if you hold stocks long term. The more time that passes the less the percentage. I don't remember the exact numbers right now but you could check on sec.gov . So traders basically pay more tax % than long term investors.

    Composite Stocks

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    Current Stocks

    Rose Said:What are some current buy and hold stocks to invest in?We Answered:If you want to get something of "Value", check out the P/E ratio. This shows the price to earnings ratio, and the lower the ratio, the more value the stock is. Best thing is to do your research, and see what there future expecations are and predict if those expectations could be met. Check historical prices. See if the stock is at its High/Low.Ethel Said:if i could read one current book on investing in stocks specifically what would you recommend?We Answered:How to make money...

    Daily Stocks

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    Dow Jones Stocks

    Kyle Said:how many stocks does Dow-Jones have? and what are their names?We Answered:30 stocks make up the DJIA Here is a list of the 30 stocks that make up the Dow Jones Industrial Average, as of 1 January 2004: Alcoa, Altria Group, American Express, AT&T, Boeing, Caterpillar, Citigroup, Coca-Cola, Disney, DuPont, Eastman Kodak, ExxonMobil, General Electric, General Motors, Hewlett-Packard, Home Depot, Honeywell, Intel, IBM, International Paper, Johnson & Johnson, J.P. Morgan Chase, McDonald's, Merck, Microsoft, 3M, Procter & Gamble, SBC Communications, United Technologies, Wal-MartDennis Said:Anyone Have A Dow Jones Month By Month Analysis And Tips?We Answered:If you are talking about the...

    Dow Stocks

    Vicki Said:where can I find the top 30 DOW stocks?We Answered:The Dow Jones Industrial average consists of 30 stocks so I guess all 30 of them would be the top 30. * Alcoa - AA * American Express - AXP * AT&T - T * Boeing - BA * Caterpillar - CAT * Coca-Cola - KO * Citigroup - C * Disney - DIS * DuPont - DD * Eastman Kodak - EK ...

    Earnings Stocks

    Kathryn Said:Is there a website i can go to in order to find out when quarterly earnings come out on stocks?We Answered:If you use a service such as Fidelity, one of their stock research features is sorting out by days when quarterly earnings will be released. Or you can check out sites such as Wall Street Horizon http://www.wallstreethorizon.com/Carmen Said:[stocks/PE] What does it mean when a stock "trades at 'x' times earnings''?We Answered:Every stock that is listed on an exchange represents an actual business that provides goods or services with in the economy. These companies charge for their services and --after paying...

    Equity Stocks

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    Etf Stocks

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    Finance Stocks

    Victoria Said:On the finance reports, How do I find the common stocks? how are they listed?We Answered:do you know anything about finance? if you are reading the financial report of mcdonalds it all relates to the stocks. the income statement, statement of retained earnings, balence sheet, and statement of cash flows represent the company as a whole. dividing these total by the number of common shares outstanding gives you the reults on a per share basis. mcd is the ticker for mcdonalds and will be represented as such in these documents. financial reports tell u more or less how the company did...

    Financial Stocks

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    Ge Stocks

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    Growth Stocks

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    Gun Stocks

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    High Stocks

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    Indices Stocks

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    Information On Stocks

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    Investor Stocks

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    Nasdaq Stocks

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    Performance Stocks

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    Real Time Stocks Quotes

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    Share Stocks

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    Shotgun Stocks

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    Solar Stocks

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    Stocks Companies

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    Stocks Industry

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    Stocks Information

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    Stocks Investments

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    Mathew Said:IS it hard to get investors to give you money for a real estate idea from stocks and bonds?We Answered:Selling stock in a corporation isn't very complicated but finding people who want it might be. It will be more of a partnership since you won't be publicly traded. Present your idea to your potential investors show then the numbers you ran to show it was a good idea. So if you find 10 people to each put in 10K you would have 100K in the company and they would each own 10%. I wouldn't invest unless everyone were...

    Stocks Markets

    Herman Said:As a new trader I would like to practice trading the stocks markets - is there a game or demo account ?We Answered:Yes, there are plenty of virtual or "fantasy" stock market games available and they will allow you to test strategies and to become comfortable with both buying and selling stocks online. They are nearly all free to sign up and most offer prizes so it's worth having a go. Understanding how the stock market works is a bit like trying to eat an elephant - the only way to do it, and succeed, is a little piece at...

    Stocks Price

    Scott Said:Why the stocks' price going down during the Black Tuesday?We Answered:~It was a Bolshevik plot. Lenin had sent Molotov and Rasputin to Wall Street to buy up as much stock as they could to drive the prices up. When the gullible and greedy capitalist Americans saw stock prices going through the roof, they tried to jump on the bandwagon and they started to buy, buy, buy, expecting to make obscene profits overnight. When the Americans started to buy, Lenin directed Molotov and Rasputin to sell, fast and cheap. When all the Soviet stocks were dumped...

    Stocks Prices

    Adrian Said:When oil prices rise, is this positive or negative for railroad stocks?We Answered:Just correlate railroad and trucking stock charts with that of oil.Ross Said:How come when oil prices rise, the agriculture stocks tend to rise, why is this?We Answered:I would suspect you are looking at large Agri-businesses with a substantial interest in bio-fuels, most particularly corn. Here in the USA we currently have major subsidies available to businesses working in the bio-fuel category, so it makes it very economical for these large Agri-business concerns to work on developing the bio-fuel part of their businesses. And as fuel...

    Stocks Quote

    Kathleen Said:How do I compare stocks which are quoted on different exchanges?We Answered:You may have one of two different problems. First the Prudentials in question may be two different companies. The one quoted on the London Stock Exchange is Prudential PLC, a London based insurance company. The one quoted on the NYSE PRU is Prudential Financial a U S company. To find the appropriate comparison, use the stock symbol PUK on the NYSE, which is the ADR that represents 2 Prudential PCL London shares. So if you compare PUK on the NYSE to PRU...

    Stocks Quotes

    Vicki Said:How can you find quotes to what stocks will go up tomorrow?We Answered:DONT LISTEN TO THOSE GUYS I DID THAT TYPE OF GAME EVERY YEAR FROM 6TH- 12TH GRADE AND MY TEAM THAT I HAND PICKED EACH YEAR NEVER FINISHED LESS THAN SECOND. TOMORROW IS THURSDAY, THE DOW IS COMING OF OF THE BIGGEST TWO DAY RALLY IN ALMOST 5 YEARS. PUT ALL 24K INTO SIGMA (SIGM) BEAT EARNINGS TODAY BY 0.24 EPS.Terry Said:where do I find quotes for american stocks traded on the european exchanges? CNBC lists them as .xe?We Answered:Yahoo.com has quotes from many exchanges worldwide: http://finance.yahoo.com/exchanges for...

    Stocks Report

    Jonathan Said:Should I report the inherited stocks sale to IRS?We Answered:You are required to report the stock sale. It is reported on schedule D which will also require the long form (1040)whether or not you itemize. You will be able to take the stepped-up basis, meaning that you take the starting value as of the date of death of the person you inherited the stock from. This will help to minimize the capital gains tax. Good luck with this, hope I helped Happy new year!John Said:How do I create a Top 20 Stocks Report in MS Access 2007?We Answered:Go...

    Stocks Screener

    Natalie Said:Why are stocks Msft, Sony, and Toyota included as Electric utilities in the basic stock screener?We Answered:It seems that Yahoo! also includes companies that have business ties to utility companies. You are probably better off looking at the Industry Browser - Utilities - Electric Utilities - Company List available at http://biz.yahoo.com/p/911conameu.htmlSteven Said:Which online trading platform offers online stocks screener for Bursa Malaysia?We Answered:Yes, RHBAnalyzer is the first online stock screener to empower you to instantly screen through thousand of stocks listed on Bursa Malaysia. This enables you to pick only ideal stocks that match your individual investment goals--in 3...

    Stocks Volatility

    Evelyn Said:Why should covered call options writers limit their selling to stocks with less volatility?We Answered:The theory, I suppose, is that stocks with higher volatility are more likely to reach the strike price and be called away. I don't consider that a problem. I like getting the big premium that's available by selling options on high volatility stocks. I don't mind the thought of my stock being called away. One good strategy is to sell out-of-the-money calls (i.e., strike price above the price of the stock). That way, you not only get the call premium, but if the stock is called...

    Synthetic Stocks

    Shane Said:Does anyone make a decent synthetic tactical stock for savage long action accutrigger rifles?We Answered:Ummm try Savage? They make a synthetic long action/accutrig with an internal box, a hinged floorplate, and a detachable box mag. Weather Warrior series. Contact Savage and ask for a price. Sorry about your lost year.Alfred Said:How do you care for a synthetic stock ?We Answered:Dont worry about it at all. If it looks dirty take it off and clean it. That really is about it. The whole reason for getting a synthetic is so you don't have to worry about the finish,...

    Tech Stocks

    Renee Said:What is the next "big thing" for investing in tech stocks?We Answered:Of course, no one can know for sure what will be the next big thing, but I've been seeing some great profits in cellular phone stocks in the emerging markets: America Movil (AMX), TurkCell (TKC), SK Telecom (SKM), etc. You also might look into Research in Motion (RIMM), makers of the Blackberry device. A lot of people are talking about nanotechnology, but I think that's quite a few years from profitability, and by the time we reach that point, the companies operating today may no longer...

    Top 10 Stocks

    Mario Said:"Market Movers and Top 10 Stocks Question"?We Answered:It's generally not a good idea to invest in the market movers and the top ten stocks. Remember, with stocks you want to buy low and sell high. If a stock has made the top 10 list, it has run up in value. It may not yet be at its high, but it's probably closer to that than it is to its low. If you want to get into a stock that is going to rise look around and see what is the latest "hot" thing that everybody seems to...

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