Thursday, March 4, 2010

Stock Market Fast Swings from Fastswings.com - March 4, 2010

Welcome to the March 4, 2010 edition of Stock Market Fast Swings from Fastswings.com. This time around we have 15 articles including an interesting article on hedging your own company's shares by Darwin. Steve Patterson writes about Capital Gains and What to Report to the IRS, a very timely article. Patty Pedersen has Seven Ways to Invest in Auto and Auto Part Stocks, who knew there were so many variations? And finally BWL has a tutorial on Stock Market Basics For New Investors. Hope you enjoyed this carnival and come back in a 14 days.

KCLau presents The Latte Factor posted at KCLau's Money Tips, saying, "Finding out what is your Latte Factor will enable you to save that extra amount which may not seem much at the time but will be a substantial amount years later."

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Scottrade Review: Top Brokerage For Small Investors posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Thanks!"

The Smarter Wallet presents FreeCreditReport.com Review: Not a Free Credit Report posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, "Thanks!"

investment ideals

Nathan Bishop presents Fidelity China Special Situations Fund posted at Mutual Fund Explorer, saying, "On February 9, 2010, the Fidelity China Special Situations Fund was launched. The fund manager is Anthony Bolton and is a London-listed investment trust."

Darwin presents Is it Wrong to Hedge Your Own Company’s Shares? posted at Darwin's Finance, saying, "Is it ever OK to hedge your risk by employing hedging strategies on shares of your own company? It's more complex than you may think."

options

BeaBu presents Option Portfolio Delta and Delta Hedging posted at BeaBu.com, saying, "How delta hedging improves your vacation. The concept of delta hedging has its advantages, as well as costs and risks. The article explains how to hedge stock positions using options and vice versa. It also looks at the cost of delta hedging and the risk of selling options (short gamma trading)."

other

Joe Johnson presents How to Be Fashionable on a Budget posted at Fashion Merchandising, saying, "About saving money and resisting impulse purchases when buying clothes."

Mike Piper presents Schwab IRA Review posted at The Oblivious Investor, saying, "A look at Charles Schwab's IRA through the eyes of a buy & hold investor."

chuck machado presents Medical Bills Lower Credit Scores posted at Raise Credit Score, saying, "The biggest obstacle to raising credit report scores is the lack of credit card debt management. Your credit report shows not only how much you're spending, but how much you're paying toward reducing your debt. If you are making minimum payments, lenders can see this and they figure your are either not too bright or are struggling."

Steve Patterson presents Capital Gains and What to Report to the IRS | 2008 Taxes posted at 2008 Taxes, saying, "What capital gains an losses are allowed by the IRS and how to file a return properly when you sell capital assets."

stocks

Patty Pedersen presents Seven Ways to Invest in Auto and Auto Part Stocks posted at AlphaProfit MoneyMatters - Investing Blog, saying, "Auto stocks are a favorite of the momentum crowd. Assets in Fidelity Select Automotive have swelled 20 times from a year ago. This article presents five prudent auto plays including Autoliv and Penske Auto."

jim presents Dividend Champions posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.

BWL presents Stock Market Basics For New Investors posted at Christian Personal Finance, saying, "A great primer for new stock market investors..."

Matt from Dividend Monk presents National Presto (NPK) Dividend Stock Analysis 2010 posted at Dividend Monk, saying, "NPK currently looks like an excellent long-term position to invest in. I do dividend stock analysis on my new site, and NPK is currently my strongest buy recommendation.
Full Disclosure: Long NPK"

tutorial

Darwin presents Double-Digit Returns in Any Market – Update 2 posted at Darwin's Finance, saying, "A Must Read! Darwin shares his results for a revolutionary method to achieving double-digit returns regardless of market direction by shorting depreciating leveraged ETFs."

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