Archive for April, 2012

Why charities should look past short-term concerns when building a long-term …

Why charities should look past short-term concerns when building a long-term …News from The Guardian: … Read the full article . One more time, with feeling: why the best investment strategy always hurtsNews from La Jolla Light: Feeling sunny about your stock picks? That may mean it is time for risk assessment. by Scott Kyle, […]

Newspaper share tips: Vodafone, BTG, Witan Pacific Investment Trust, Lok’nStore

Newspaper share tips: Vodafone, BTG, Witan Pacific Investment Trust, Lok’nStoreNews from This is Money: By Monicha TullyUPDATED: 11:35 EST, 24 April 2012 Each day we round up the share recommendations from national newspapers and the weekly investment magazines. So far this week: Vodafone, BTG, Witan Pacific Investment Trust, Lok’nStore The Daily Telegraph Vodafone’s £1.04billion deal […]

Tax tips for mutual fund investors

Tax tips for mutual fund investorsNews from NorthJersey.com: Duncan Richardson routinely keeps a quarter in his pocket, but it’s not spending money. The chief equity investment officer of investment manager Eaton Vance frequently digs the coin out and uses it as a prop to illustrate the drain that taxes can have on investments. “Investors could […]

Muni investors search for higher yields

Muni investors search for higher yieldsNews from MarketWatch: By Thomas Meyer & Timothy J. McGeeney Municipal bond investors continue to lengthen their maturities and lower their credit quality in a search for higher yields in what seems to be a never-ending low-interest rate environment (thanks Ben Bernanke). Individual investors continue to add billions of dollars […]

3 Tips To Improving Your Dividend Growth Returns

3 Tips To Improving Your Dividend Growth ReturnsNews from Seeking Alpha: Investors, with 3 simple actions, can simplify their dividend portfolio and increase their net dividend income. The investor has to avoid the Friday night gossip about Facebook (FB) or the next hot IPO. Successful dividend investors own boring names and avoid cross contamination from […]

My 4 Prong Dividend Investing Strategy For Retirees

My 4 Prong Dividend Investing Strategy For RetireesNews from Seeking Alpha: My dividend income investing strategy has four key components. The four components interact with each other to produce a stable and outperforming income stream. The two key portfolio goals are obtaining a high dividend yield on invested capital, and preservation of invested capital. In […]

Jewelry Tips for the Novice (and the Cheap)

Jewelry Tips for the Novice (and the Cheap)News from Patch.com: I have heard many men, at various venues across the country, report that they don’t buy jewelry for their wives or girlfriends, because they don’t know enough about jewelry to make an informed decision. I have had my fair share of cheap boyfriends and let […]

MAULDIN: An Introduction To ‘Bulls-Eye’ Investing – Business Insider

MAULDIN: An Introduction To ‘Bulls-Eye’ Investing – Business InsiderNews from MAULDIN: An Introduction To ‘Bulls-Eye’ Investing – Business Insider: John Mauldin is a bestselling author and financial advisor. He publishes a free weekly email on the economy–“Thoughts From The Frontline” Recent Posts The War For Spain MAULDIN: It’s All About Jobs MAULDIN: The Biggest Thing […]

4 tax tips for mutual fund investors

4 tax tips for mutual fund investorsNews from CBS News: BOSTON — Duncan Richardson routinely keeps a quarter in his pocket, but it’s not spending money. The chief equity investment officer of investment manager Eaton Vance frequently digs the coin out and uses it as a prop to illustrate the drain that taxes can have […]

3 tax tips for mutual fund investors

3 tax tips for mutual fund investorsNews from Boston.com: Richardson’s advice: “Keep the quarter. It’s yours.’’ He’s not suggesting doing anything suspect. In most circumstances, taxes are unavoidable. At best, the bill can be delayed by using a tax-sheltered account. But many investors — especially those in higher tax brackets — don’t rely exclusively on […]

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