Welcome to the September 24, 2009 edition of Stock Market Fast Swings from Fastswings.com. In this weeks edition Investing Toolkit has written a very good article about Facing Investment Risks and Watching Your Money. We also have stock investing tips on 3 Different Stocks for 3 Different Strategies. Another edition of the How Stock Options Work Series, this time on Covered Call Writing. And finally Jimmy Atkinson presents Which ETFs Are Optimal for VHNW Investor Portfolios. Hope you enjoy this edition.
SpendOnLife.com presents A Guide to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) posted at SpendOnLife, saying, "Many people feel overwhelmed when attempting to read all the information provided in the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). We created a shortened guide that highlights all the areas you need to know to protect your credit."
SVB presents $50 TradeKing Bonus Extended, Zecco Free Stock Trades Update posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Thanks!"
Smarter Wallet presents YNAB (You Need A Budget) Review, Financial Budgeting Software posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, "Thanks!"
Banker Saver presents Is The Inflation Protected Certificate of Deposit Still Around? posted at Banker Saver.
stock investing tips presents Stock Investing Tips �C 3 Different Stocks for 3 Different Strategies posted at stock investing tips.
Dan at Everydayfinance presents Herd of Fleeing Investors Have Now Missed 55% Since March posted at Everyday Finance, saying, "This "Sucker's Rally" is now up 55% and counting. Unless you sold in March due to herding. Why attempting to market time in your retirement account is futile."
Shane Drozdowski presents Trend is Still Up. Why Short Before a Confirmation? $SPX posted at Financial Derivative Education for Traders and Investors.
Darwin presents How Stock Options Work Series: Covered Call Writing posted at Darwin's Finance, saying, "Everything you need to know about how to sell covered call options for income and hedging against stocks you own."
Jimmy Atkinson presents Which ETFs Are Optimal for VHNW Investor Portfolios? posted at ETFdb.
Zach Scheidt presents Flash Trading Continues at Direct Edge posted at ZachStocks, saying, "The SEC has proposed banning Flash Trading. Currently Direct Edge which is owned by Knight Capital (NITE) is the only exchange still participating in flash trading. Regulators claim the practice is unfair, but an argument can be made for competitive execution."
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