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Investor Euphoria Over Netflix

Investor Euphoria Over Netflix Netflix (NFLX) a video streaming service, is being bruited about by Wall Street as the next big television network. It has recently surpassed Time Warner Inx. (TWX), with 31 million viewers that pays a subscription fee of $7.99 monthly. The fee includes unlimited access to movies and television series like the Continue Reading »

Investing In Emerging Markets.

Investing In Emerging Markets. There is now a growing trend that a number of investors may be missing out – the rise of emerging markets. The reason is that they tend to bunch the whole group together and treat them as an asset class with BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) in the Continue Reading »

Stocks Lower As Shut Down Enters 2nd Week

Stocks Lower As Shut Down Enters 2nd Week The global stock market took a plunge as investors jumped out to safer havens —- gold and government bonds — with the situation still looking bleak as the stalemate in Washington entered into its 2nd week. Though traders are jittery, the stock market has remained calm, with Continue Reading »

Me, Scared Of Penny Stock Trading?

Penny Stock Trading Could Scare The Uninformed. Many people – investors and traders alike, are of the opinion that trading in penny stocks is risky. There are many reasons – low capitalization (below $100million), low stock price (below $5 in the U.S.), and low trade volume. As may be found in various articles about penny Continue Reading »

A New Gold Rush Due To Currency Wars.

Could Gold Be A Good Investment? A new gold rush: The World Currency War is now happening in our midst, where competition is fierce among developing countries. Some smart alecky players sometimes refer to it, as the onslaught of World Currency War 1, or WCW1. With the on-going war, we need to watch what the Continue Reading »

Treasuries Going Up; Equities Drop.

The Tie Between Treasuries And Equities. Treasuries is a interesting topic. Recent trends in Treasury bills and notes took their queue from stock price movements on last Friday's trading, which showed an increased in prices of government bonds for three consecutive days, as the stock markets went on a downward spiral.. The 10 year Treasury Continue Reading »