A Brief Review of Value Investing Strategy in the Stock Market

There are two basic types of stock market investing strategies: momentum strategy and value strategy. Momentum investing is often short term focused and uses sophisticated technical charts, trend lines, graphs, and computer simulation models to project short-term stock price movements in days (or even minutes) to capture quick profits. Value investing is focusing on a long-term time span with at least a six-month duration in studying trend charts and financial statements. For a non-professional investor, who is unable to monitor the daily volatile stock fluctuation movements, it would be prudent to become a long-term value oriented market player. There are a few golden rules worth to note, which can sound simple, but difficult to master: (1) recognize the market is efficient, (2) recognize the market is irrational, and (3) buy low and sell high.

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How to Make a Foreclosure a Solid Real Estate Investment

One of the best methods of current real estate investment is investing in houses that have been foreclosed. When a house is foreclosed, the owner, or the individual, who has taken out a loan from a lending institution has usually defaulted on their payments for the loan. The lending institution takes possession of the home, and will usually want to sell the home as quickly as they can which usually allows for a lower selling price, interest rates, and down payment.

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Answers to the Tax Lien Question – Why Don’t More People Invest in Tax Liens?

Answers to the tax lien question; why don’t more people do it?

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