Funds To Back If European Stock Markets Boom Like Japan’s

We explain how investors can profit Japanese factory automation firms are among the countrys unappreciated bargains, one stock picker said Our special report [ see it in Investing here ] explains that struggling Europe may soon need to follow Japan’s example and order a massive money-printing programme. As in Japan, that should send share prices soaring, but the currency tumbling. If investors want to back that scenario, they should follow our action points: Dont just track the Nikkei Many professionals say Japans stock market has room to stocks to buy know climb further, despite last years surge. But it may be best to resist any temptation to invest across the whole market using a simple low-cost index-tracking fund, which will just rise and fall in line with the Nikkei index. This is partly because the policy of forcing the yen lower benefits some companies the exporters more than others.
Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/funds/10562931/Funds-to-back-if-European-stock-markets-boom-like-Japans.html

Stock market’s slow start may bode ill for 2014

Central banks have whittled away some of the debt burden. Eurozone optimists say its bond markets are calm again. Ireland has carried out a clean exit from its bail-out. Yet there have been such false dawns before.
Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/shares/10562884/Will-Europe-follow-Japan-and-send-its-stock-market-soaring.html

1 Stock to Buy in 2014 and Hold for 20 Years

The last time the index fell over that stretch was in 2008 when the S&P 500 slipped 5.3 percent as the stock market reeled in the aftermath of the financial crisis. The index ended the year 38.5 percent lower as the Great Recession took hold. Others prefer to give the market more time before assessing a trend. As goes January, so goes the year, is the classic Wall Street adage.
Source: http://www.boston.com/business/news/2014/01/08/stock-market-slow-start-may-bode-ill-for/fIhXfqUzyuSf1z3EzuKmIK/story.html

3 stock market ‘myths’ debunked

Some stocks are P80 and the board lot is 10, so thats only P800. For P800, you get to be a shareholder, Germo further said. You need to be an analyst to invest Germo said you dont necessarily have to be a stock analyst to be a trader, but he stressed the importance of building your knowledge on the stock market. If you study and build your foundation, stocks will be easy, he said.
Source: http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/business/01/11/14/3-stock-market-myths-debunked

Will Europe follow Japan and send its stock market soaring?

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Patrick Morrisowns shares of American International Group, Bank of America, and U.S. Bancorp. John Maxfield owns shares of Bank of America. Alexander MacLennan is long January 2015 $40 and $45 Citigroup calls.The Motley Fool recommends American International Group, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo. The Motley Fool owns shares of American International Group, Bank of America, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, and Wells Fargo and has the following options: long January 2016 $30 calls on American International Group.
Source: http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2014/01/11/1-stock-to-buy-in-2014-and-hold-for-20-years.aspx

Stock Market Update from Briefing.com

Week in Review: Spinning Wheels On Monday, the S&P 500 was unable to log its first gain of 2014 despite staging an afternoon rally. The benchmark index registered its third consecutive loss, shedding 0.3% as six of ten sectors finished in the red. Equities began the day on a modestly higher note, but the early gains evaporated during the opening hour as the broader market followed the Nasdaq Composite into the red. The tech-heavy index was hit with widespread selling pressure that weighed on many top components and biotechnology. Tuesday’s session saw the S&P 500 settle higher by 0.6%.
Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/stock-market-briefing-com-141443709.html

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