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When it comes to investing, mistakes are unavoidable. Even the greatest investor of all time made mistakes. “Warren Buffett’s biggest mistake might be dumping Disney stock twice. The investing guru sold significant stakes in Disney on two occasions, potentially leaving $20 billion on the table. The so-called Oracle of Omaha met Walt Disney in 1966,…

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Advances in data analytics have helped day traders in many ways. “When it comes to redefining the strategies, most industries in the market are adopting big data analytics, and the stock market is no exception to it. Stock Market is one of the major financial areas that use analytical strategies for competitive strategies. The big…

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Market news has been very good for day trading this week. “Stocks rallied on Monday as President Trump said China wanted to restart trade negotiations, calming investors that were preparing for an extended trade war after an explosive weekend of tariff announcements. While speaking to reporters at the Group of Seven summit in Biarritz, France,…

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Markets have been volatile recently.  Valuewalk just laid out a plan to manage market risks. “Don’t shy away from volatility: High price volatility creates opportunity for the adept and disciplined investors. Recent research has shown that higher price volatility in traded securities has correlated with higher investment returns. Forget the experts: volatility usually is your friend.…

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To save money and live better is not an easy task, “Nearly everyone wants to save more money for retirement, but no matter how much you’re earning, it’s not easy. Roughly a quarter of American households earning $150,000 per year or more are living paycheck to paycheck, a survey from Nielsen Global Consumer Insights found.…

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Value investing might have lost its value. The classic factor investing strategy of picking stocks with cheap book valuation, embraced by the legendary Warren Buffett, has become increasingly irrelevant thanks to central banks and technology, according to AB Bernstein. The long period of low interest rates is the first to blame for the demise of…

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Wall Street’s top rated economist Ed Hyman just called the yield-curve inversion “the number one” market risk, and this chart shows why. Going back to 1986, when the yield curve turned flatter drastically and eventually inverted, the S&P 500 tends to go into a downward spiral within the next 12 months, according to The Leuthold…

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Equity investors have struggled to interpret whether low yields are signalling a coming recession, or merely the anticipation that the Federal Reserve will soon cut interest rates. But one thing is clear: as the yield on government debt falls, dividend-paying stocks become more attractive. In fact, yields have fallen so precipitously that the average dividend…

Read More Dividend paying value stocks attract investors as bond yields steadily decline