Festival of Stocks #39
Welcome to the June 4 2007 edition of the Festival of Stocks. This 39th edition is being hosted by moi, StockRake. StockRake basically is a way for me to help improve my trading. I cover the whole market from micro to mega caps looking for profitable trades. They can be momentum plays or value plays it doesn’t matter. What does matter is that they make money.
The Key to Valuing Stocks Uncovered posted at The Mad Money Analyst.
Will Future Long-Term Stock Returns Be Less Than 8%? posted at MyMoneyBlog
While reading The Little Book of Common Sense Investing by Vanguard founder Jack Bogle, I found one of the chapters on predicting future stock returns especially interesting. Here’s my attempt at summarizing it.
Stock Market Technical Analysis Versus Fundamental Analysis posted at The Digerati Life
Book Review: How to Pick Stocks like Warren Buffett by T. Vick posted at Investment Jungle
Usana is another word for snake oil.? posted at FRAUDfiles
That’s a quote from Steve Estes, a blind man who lost his life’s savings trying to build a Usana Health Sciences distributorship.
Are you a Traditional or a Roth? posted at moneywalks
5 Tips On Evaluating Your Investment Portfolio Performance posted at The Digerati Life
This article is about checking up on one’s stock portfolio.
Ask Barry: Is Oil Going Higher? posted at Top Dog Trading
Barry utilizes a video to answer this question regarding Texas T, Black Gold.
How Cumulative Breadth Can Mislead You posted at Trader’s Narrative
One great indicator is the advance decline number which shows you, on any given day, how many stocks closed up and how many closed down.
Calculating Historical Volatility posted at Neural Market Trends
The inspiration for my S&P500 Volatility Timing model came from rereading portions of Mandelbrot’s book, The (Mis)Behavior of Markets, and trolling around the Internet for Nassim Taleb’s research work on risk.
Technical Analysis posted at The Mad Money Analyst
The complete guide to technical analysis. A guide to the theories behind stock analysis.
And that wraps up the 39th edition of the Festival of Stocks! Submit your blog article to the next edition of the Festival of Stocks using this submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on the Festival of Stocks homepage. Consider volunteering to host a future edition of the Festival.