• 20 Nov
    Chinese IPOs Are Hot – Here’s How To Profit On Them

    Chinese IPOs Are Hot – Here’s How To Profit On Them

    • Today I’ll discuss 3 recent Chinese IPOs and will give you a few investing tips through these examples.
    • One thing you have to be accustomed to is volatility, thus allocate a proper part of your portfolio to Chinese IPOs.



    Introduction

    Investing in recent IPOs in a treacherous thing to do.

    The first difficulty is that there aren’t any historical prices to study. This is somewhat of a good thing because it means we cant anchor to any past stock prices which allows us to really be what investors should be, business analysts. More →

  • 17 Nov
    Here’s How To Be A Successful Real Estate Investor

    Here’s How To Be A Successful Real Estate Investor

    • To break the myths surrounding investment properties, I’ve done a simple financial overview of an investment in real estate.
    • There’s a big difference between real estate investing and speculating that many don’t get.
    • I find direct real estate investments an essential part of a well-diversified personal portfolio.



    Introduction

    I know interest rates are expected to go up which should lower real estate prices, but to start things today, I want to first distinguish between two very important things when investing in real estate. Do you want to be a speculator or a real estate investor?

    The difference between the two is that a speculator is primarily concerned with whether their investment, or rather speculation, will increase in price in the next year or two or so. More →

  • 16 Nov
    These Two Chinese Retail Giants Could Deliver HUGE Returns

    These Two Chinese Retail Giants Could Deliver HUGE Returns

    • I’ve created simple models that estimate future earnings and stock price potential for two of China’s biggest retailers, JD.com and Alibaba.
    • In addition to their potential, we’ll also discuss their risks.
    • I recommend checking out yesterday’s article about the Chinese e-commerce market before jumping into today’s.



    Introduction

    Yesterday we discussed the Chinese retail environment and discussed what to look for when searching for a good investment.

    Today, I’ll dig deeper into specific investments in order to apply my theory. I’ll dig into the biggest Chinese e-commerce players, look at what the real value they offer is at current prices, and look at the risks and rewards at this point in time. More →

  • 15 Nov
    Want To Invest In The Next Amazon? Look To China

    Want To Invest In The Next Amazon? Look To China

    • The Chinese e-commerce environment has been booming and is expected to continue to do so.
    • I’ll describe the most important trends to look for in potential investments.
    • It’s highly likely that a rising tide will raise many boats, but run when it shifts.



    Introduction

    E-commerce has been developing the world over in the past 20 years, and the clear winner in the game has been Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN). AMZN’s stock performance has also been stellar. More →

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  • 14 Nov
    The #1 Rule To Follow For Successful Long Term Investing

    The #1 Rule To Follow For Successful Long Term Investing

    • Investing is full of trends and fads. Are you sure you want to be part of them?
    • One extremely simple rule can make a huge difference in your investing life.
    • I’ll conclude today’s article with the second most important thing for investors to remember.



    Introduction

    The current investing trend assumes that stocks will only go up and that passive index investing is the best. Valuations keep getting higher, companies keep piling on the debt and doing expensive buybacks, and no one cares because the only important thing is that stocks continue to rise. More →

  • 13 Nov
    Inflation Points To A Recession On The Horizon – Here’s What You Need To Know

    Inflation Points To A Recession On The Horizon – Here’s What You Need To Know

    • Everybody expected high inflation after 2009, but it didn’t happen. There are specific reasons for that.
    • However, higher food and energy prices are pushing inflation higher. The low unemployment rate should help too.
    • Today, I’ll discuss how to best position yourself for an inflationary environment.



    Introduction

    There is one little bell always ringing in my mind: inflation, inflation, inflation.

    From all my analysis, inflation is something that could really shock the financial world. In today’s article, I’ll first show the current inflation levels for the most important economies, and then will dig deeper into what can happen in the next few years and how could that affect your portfolio. More →

  • 10 Nov
    Following These 4 Rules Will Make You A Millionaire

    Following These 4 Rules Will Make You A Millionaire

    • Becoming a millionaire takes time, and it’s easy to lose focus.
    • I’ll discuss 4 rules that should help you to achieve your long term financial goals.
    • I prefer the option on growth rather than frugality, which is an often shared method of accumulating wealth.



    Introduction

    Today, I’ll discuss four essential rules that will almost guarantee to put you on the path toward becoming a millionaire.

    You may want to retire, achieve financial independence, buy something you’ve always wanted, or simply want to have enough to do what you love. These four rules will get you there. More →

  • 09 Nov
    Margin Of Safety – Is It A Method Or A Mindset?

    Margin Of Safety – Is It A Method Or A Mindset?

    • Many would like the formula for calculating intrinsic value and deriving a margin of safety.
    • I’ll discuss a few issues about the margin of safety that are mostly up to one’s personal preferences.
    • There are also some issues with a margin of safety. It’s not really free.



    Introduction

    I get lots of questions about how to properly value a company, what the best method is to determine intrinsic value, what clear buying signals look like, and especially a lot of questions on the best valuation metrics and financial indicators to use.

    I completely understand where these questions come from as it’s in our nature to simplify things and look for the magic formula that has all the answers, especially in an uncertain environment like financial markets are. However, investing and especially value investing, isn’t that easy. More →

  • 08 Nov
    Is Everything Now Too Big To Fail?

    Is Everything Now Too Big To Fail?

    • Today, we’ll discuss how the “too big to fail” concept has evolved since it was first used back in 1984.
    • The U.S. stock market to pension funds relation shows that even the stock market is simply too big to fail.
    • In Europe, the situation is even worse. Everything there is too big to fail, from countries to corporations to junk bonds.



    Introduction

    “Too big to fail” is a concept that you probably recognize from the 2009 financial crisis when many corporations, particularly financial institutions, were considered too big to fail due to the negative impact their demise would have on the whole economic system.

    In order to prevent massive negative effects on the economy, and also to prevent a 1930s depression-style situation, governments intervened and bailed out the distressed assets. More →

  • 07 Nov
    10 Rules For Catching Falling Knives & Increasing Returns

    10 Rules For Catching Falling Knives & Increasing Returns

    • The S&P 500 is constantly ascending to new highs, but there are plenty of stocks setting new lows.
    • Today, we’ll discuss how to approach such a situation from a behavioral and technical perspective.
    • The 10 rules that follow will help you increase your batting average.



    Introduction

    Despite the fact that the S&P 500 has only been going up lately, there are many companies that have had a terrible time, especially if you look at retail stocks. But this opens the door for a very interesting investing strategy of trying to buy stocks at their bottom after a price drop or more simps, to “catch a falling knife.”

    In today’s article, we’ll discuss this strategy in depth, discuss a few current stock examples, and come to a conclusion about whether we should even apply such a strategy. More →

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