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Why people lose money in the stock market

There are all sorts of ways to lose money, but these are some of the reasons why people lose money in the stock market without even trying. Keep your eyes open for these 9 ways. 9 Top Reasons Why People Lose Money in the Stock Market 1-Overtrade There are two ways to over trade but both are equally as damaging to your portfolio. The first is by jumping in and out of the market too many times in an attempt to catch lots of short term moves. The problem is that the commissions for each trade significantly eats into profits and can destroy your chances. The second way to over trade is by risking too much capital on any one position, meaning that one bad trade can result in losses big enough to wipe out an entire account. 2-...

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Why the next stock market crash is close

Why do we think the next stock market crash is coming soon? There are lots of facts pointing to the stock market crashing again very soon. We witness alarming financial news, with sales figure in a continue fall for retailers all across the United States, and thousands of stores closing their doors to the public. The middle class consumer is steady and slowly disappearing from the country’s economic landscape and this is one of the direct causes of the apocalyptic collapse that we are witnessing today. Bills keep on piling, while median household income is falling. The average American has today much less of disposable income than in the years past. The stock market reacts to the economic news and gives signs of heading for a crash. The economic climate seems weak and there are signs of an apocalyptic...

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Is Alibaba a good investment?

Is Alibaba a Good Investment?! What is it, and is Alibaba a good investment? set out to find the answers. It started like a soft breeze from the East. It gathered momentum and buzz until it became the BIGGEST “IT” THING SINCE FACEBOOK! Alibaba is China’s largest online company for the transacting of commerce. It is primarily a domestic entity, which sounds self-limiting, but if we consider the scope of China’s emerging discovery of internet capability, we can see the potential that exists. China leads the world in folks. Those folks, all by themselves, have the power to change the way the world conducts business. Should the Chinese marketplace come fully open (not likely to happen soon)the Chinese version of Amazon and eBay would dwarf those two companies combined. The Chinese version of these internet giants? You...

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Removing Obstacles to Retirement

It’s Wednesday afternoon. The weather is sunny but with a hint of Fall coolness in the air. You are at work, and you would rather be anywhere else that doesn’t involve a dentist’s drill. You are somewhere between 50 and 55 years of age. That’s close enough to have a glimpse of retirement, but for too many not close enough. Retiring at 65 is becoming a distant dream for many Baby Boomers as 70+ is the new normal. Does it have to be this way? Is it too late to even dream of retiring early? Surprisingly enough, the answer is “no.” But the worker who wants to retire at 62 must take the steps removing obstacles to retirement. $75,000 is your magic number. Get to 75k, and you should have enough to bridge the gap to full Social Security....

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Can They be Too Sexy at Victoria’s Secret

Victoria’s Secret has found its way into controversy more times than the company might like, but a major advertising campaign highlighting sexy half-bare female models in its quick moving TV ads capture the eyeballs of millions. The company took flack for its “Bright Young Things” campaign that shows young ladies looking seductively from the pages of magazines and television earlier this year. Threats of boycotts and super stern faces emanated from pulpit to post as the company was slammed for being too sexy. But is it even possible? Can they be too sexy at Victoria’s Secret in this day and age? Diana Cherry, a mother of three in Seattle, got so angry that she started a social media petition calling for a boycott. She told “Family Matters,” an online parent’s site, as much. “This is not about my kids,”...

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Taxes Cause US Corporations to Flee

High corporate taxes the U.S. government is levying against companies are triggering a mass exodus of U.S. corporations to avoid the nation’s 35% corporate tax rate. Some corporations are even considering mergers with European counterparts so they can move headquarters to nations with lower tax rates. The latest is New York-based Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE). The drug giant’s $98.7 billion takeover bid for Britain’s AstroZeneca is a “tax shelter” to reduce the American corporations tax rate to a much lower 20% in the United Kingdom. The timing of the AstroZeneca deal seems to be no coincidence as the company reported a 15% drop in profits. The deal is so important to Pfizer that CEO Ian Read flew to London to try to talk Her Majesty’s Government into approving the deal. British observers are afraid that Pfizer will only use...

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