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23rd April in Personal Finance of MV History



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Investing Basics: Money and Marriage

on Apr 23, 2012 6:00 am by

Marriage is a big decision made even bigger by the need to merge not only finances but your financial styles. For instance, are you a spender and is your future spouse a saver? This is one of the topics that you need to discuss before saying, "I do." Here is a list of things you'll want to discuss before marrying: Talk to each other... Read More

Investing Basics: When You Receive an Inheritance

on Apr 23, 2012 6:00 pm by

An inheritance can come in the form of a lump sum payment from an insurance company, or assets such as cash or securities. If you inherit a security and later sell it, you'll need the cost basis -- the value of the security on the day the person willing it died -- to determine if you owe any taxes. Here's how cost basis works: if a person bought a stock for $10 a share and the stock... Read More

Excerpt: 'The Little Book of Bull's Eye Investing'

on Apr 23, 2012 9:45 am by John Mauldin

This article was originally published on April 21 in John Mauldin's weekly e-letter. "Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?" "That depends a good deal on where you want to get to," said the Cheshire Cat. "I don't much care where..." said Alice. "Then it doesn't matter which way you go," said the Cat.... Read More

Who Are the Clowns and Who Are the Jokers?

on Apr 23, 2012 9:30 am by Kevin A. Tuttle

Maturity, one discovers, has everything to do with the acceptance of not knowing. -- Mark Z. Danielewski Good to be home! My firm spent the last week in New York City, visiting clients and potential clients, and speaking at the MTA (Market Technician Association) Symposium on our 100-Year Market Theory. What a great experience having so many technicians in one place. It was t... Read More

Why the Absolute Price of a Stock Is Meaningless

on Apr 23, 2012 10:00 am by Jeff Saut

During major sustained advances in stock prices, which usually occupy from five to seven years of each decade, the investor can complacently hold a list of stocks which are currently unpredictable. He doesn't worry about the top because he knows he is never going to sell at the top. He knows that the chances are overwhelming in favor of the assumption that he will get far bett... Read More

The Ratio Write: Risks and Benefits

on Apr 23, 2012 2:50 pm by Michael Thomsett

Most covered call writers take comfort in the relative safety of the position. The premium from the call gives you downside protection, discounting your basis in the stock. But the risk is still there, especially if the underlying price declines below your net. For example, if you buy 100 shares at $55 and sell a $57.50 call for 2 ($200), your discounted basis in the stock is $53 ($55 - $2). If th... Read More
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