Welcome to the May 13, 2010 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we have some very good articles including one from Medhat Youssef on trading Forex for the beginner. Zach Scheidt looks into the earnings of Blue Nile and why it failed to impress investors. David de Souza doesn't want anyone giving the government an interest free loan. And finally a guide to Investing in Emerging Markets ETFs and Mutual Funds from Patty Pedersen. Hope you enjoy the articles, bookmark, and share. And see you next time!
Mike Piper presents Vanguard to Offer Commission-Free ETFs posted at The Oblivious Investor, saying, "Vanguard recently announced that Vanguard brokerage clients will no longer have to pay commissions on ETFs. Big news for buy & hold index investors!"
Patty Pedersen presents Investing in Emerging Markets ETFs and Mutual Funds posted at AlphaProfit MoneyMatters - Investing Blog, saying, "Emerging markets have come a long way since the late 1990s when the title submerging markets was more apt. Becoming fiscally fit and offering higher growth prospects emerging economies have helped investments in such regions lead the post-recession recovery. This article outlines investment options, opportunities, and risks in emerging markets ETFs and mutual funds ... factors investors need to examine before allocating assets to this increasing important investing category."
Zach Scheidt presents Blue Nile Fails to Impress posted at ZachStocks, saying, "Blue Nile Inc. (NILE) reported earnings last week and investors quickly sold. Low margins and an excessive earnings multiple are dangerous for retail investors."
David de Souza presents Have you given the government an interest-free loan? posted at UK Tax Blog, saying, "Are you inadvertently giving the government a tax free loan? Any tax refund that you receive is money you should have received with your income. Read more to find out if you are overpaying tax."
Vahid Chaychi presents Trade or Not to Trade, That Is the Question posted at Forex Signals | Forex Market Analysis | Online Currency Trading Education, saying, "A trader is not someone who clicks on the buy/sell buttons. A trader is someone who knows when he should be out of the market and waiting for a better chance."
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