Welcome to the January 21, 2010 edition of Stock Market Fast Swings from Fastswings.com. There are some really good articles once again this time. Tim Smith instructs us on how to find the short interest on a stock. Frederick Yarmy has a very nice post on India ETFs. Jim writes about S&P500 Dividend stocks and which ones are the best. Maybe you have heard about Writing Covered Calls, 20smoney demonstrates how using them can increase your return. And finally Aussie Investor has all the Best Shares To Buy In 2010. Hope you enjoy and make sure to bookmark on your favorite social networks.
Engelbert Hudson presents Definitive Guide To Palladium ETF Investing: Palladium ETFs 101 posted at ETFdb.
Wise_Bread presents Learn to Invest in 2010: 4 Steps to Educating Yourself posted at Wisebread.
The Smarter Wallet presents Use Secured Credit Cards To Develop Your Credit History posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, "Thanks!"
Tabitha Mcivers presents Ultimate Guide To Agricultural ETFs: Agriculture ETF Investing 101 posted at ETFdb.
Frederick Yarmy presents Definitive Guide To India ETFs: India ETF Funds 101 posted at ETFdb.
Suzane Smith presents The 10 Most Obscure Tax Deductions You Should be Using this Year posted at Executive MBA Programs.
20smoney presents Boost Your “Yield” By Writing Covered Calls posted at 20s Money, saying, "A look at how you can boost your "yield" or return on your position by writing covered calls, including a few examples."
Joe Manausa, MBA presents Three Keys To Selling A Home In 2010 posted at Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, "If you want to sell your home, you need to understand what today’s homebuyer is doing so that you can attract the one that will eventually own your home. Fortunately, the National Association of REALTORS® just released its 2009 PROFILE OF HOME BUYERS AND SELLERS report, which is chock full of information that is invaluable to an active home seller."
Aussie Investor presents 2010 Share Market Floats - What Can Investors Look Forward To? posted at Australian Investing, saying, "Like 2008, 2009 was not a great year for Initial Public Offerings in Australia. The market for new issues had practically closed down in the first half of the year and even in the second half, there were only a handful of new share floats of any size. So what will 2010 have to offer for stock market investors? This post discusses some of the likely share market floats which investors can look forward to in 2010."
Kyle Dunning presents 200 Best Blogs, Free Courses and eBooks for the Business Student posted at Online Colleges and Universities Education Database, saying, "Thanks"
Aussie Investor presents Best Shares To Buy In 2010 posted at Australian Investing, saying, "Buying shares over the past couple of years has certainly been a hair-raising experience for most of us. It's been an extraordinary roller coaster ride. So how do we restore our investment portfolios back to their former glory? In this post, the author offers some tips to help you find the best shares to buy for 2010."
stockman presents How to Read Stock Charts posted at Learning Stocks, saying, "This post is intended for anyone that is just getting into and learning about investing. The chart is a very basic foundation of stock research, and if you are brand new to investing or then this post is a good place to start your learning."
Mike Piper presents Asset Allocation with a 401(k) and IRA posted at The Oblivious Investor, saying, "A system for managing a portfolio that spans multiple providers--one for your 401(k) and another for your IRA, for instance."
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