Stock Buyback Rules

Wall Street loves stock repurchases. In the fourth quarter of 2019, companies on the S&P 500 spent an estimated $189 billion buying back their own shares from the stock market. It was the highest in three quarters but not the highest on record. In the final quarter of 2018, that number was about $223 billion,…

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Barchart Review

Our Barchart review looks at one of the industry’s leading charting and analysis platforms for the global markets. If you’re looking for an all in one solution with a customizable stock screener, charting analysis, and market news, then Barchart is for you. Don’t be fooled by the name of the site, Barchart is much more…

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Value investing vs. growth investing

Value investing vs growth investing. Which one is better? Should you be a value investor or a growth investor. With a million questions and a million different answers, you’re no further ahead with your decision than when you started. Even though the end goal of both styles belongs to the same school of thought – to…

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Diamond Standard Coin

Which resource is mainly produced by seven countries, but is too expensive for most of its citizens to purchase? Diamonds. Diamonds have a long history. They were found on different jewelry and accessories dating to centuries before our birth. Diamonds were an important part of trade in the early centuries. They’ve always been a symbol…

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Good vs Bad Trading Habits

Trading habits are an important factor when comparing successful and unsuccessful investors. That’s why it’s never a bad time to revisit good trading habits that we should strive to keep and bad trading habits we should avoid. Don’t get me wrong, successful traders may use bad habits daily, but they know when to pull the…

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Share Buyback

A share buyback, also known as a stock repurchase, occurs when a public company buys back its shares on the stock market. We will explore the many reasons why management decides to buy back company stock as well as its effects. In a way, stock buybacks work similarly to dividends. Investors can choose to sell…

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top investing websites

In this blog, we analyze the Top Investing Websites out there. With 43 million results from a google search, the opinions on the best are many. So the question is: Which one should you go with and shell out your hard-earned cash for their research? Top Investing Websites: Market Watch Without a doubt, the number…

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American Stock Exchange

We all know about the major US stock exchanges, but how much do you know about the smaller ones? The American Stock Exchange, or the AMEX, was once the second-largest stock exchange in the US. It was established back in 1908 as the New York Curb Market Agency. In fact, it was called this until…

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Can I Buy Discord Stock

Can I Buy Discord stock? Not yet. However, many sources and company movements are pointing to an IPO in the next 12 months. Discord allows its users to communicate by video, chat, or text. The live voice chat feature is their bread and butter and can be integrated into a variety of contexts. It is…

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Stock Market Seasonality

Like the leaves turning orange in the fall and the warm cover of snow blanketing the countryside, the market has its own seasons. Seasons come and go as predictable as the weather. But for the new trader, the stock market seasons are not very obvious or easy to find. In today’s blog post, I will…

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