Welcome to the May 27, 2010 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.We have some 16 different articles to read through this time around. Everything Finance has a great article on FOREX and simple methods of trading. Arjun Rudra writes about Bridgewater Systems (TSX:BWC), is it a buy, a sell, or a hold? And we have the 2010 SmartMoney Broker Survey here this week presented by Sun. Thanks to all the great writers for your posts. Bookmark, Share, and see you next time.
Silicon Valley Blogger presents OptionsXpress For Stock Investing and Options Trading posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Thanks!"
Mike Piper presents Roth IRA Rules and Information posted at The Oblivious Investor, saying, "An attempt to make a comprehensive Roth IRA resource with everything from contribution limits to conversion rules to withdrawal rules."
Arjun Rudra presents Buy, Sell or Hold Bridgewater Systems (TSX:BWC) with Daniel Lee of M Partners posted at Investing Thesis.
Medhat Youssef presents A Few Quick Tips To Be Successful When You Buy Stocks Online | Forex trading online posted at Forex trading online, saying, "Great carnival."
PT presents The Best Online Stock Brokers For Cheap Stock Trading posted at Prime Time Money, saying, "How to trade stocks for cheap. Reviews of the top discount brokers."
Zach Scheidt presents Shopping Spree in the Home Health Industry posted at ZachStocks, saying, "Gentiva Health Services Inc. (GTIV) is acquiring Odyssey Healthcare Inc. (ODSY) to become a major contender in the home health industry. Investors appear to like the transaction and there may be significant gains yet to be made."
Sam presents NEW !! What Is a Mutual Fund? A Common Sense Guide to Mutual Funds posted at Surfer Sam and Friends, saying, "A Common Sense Guide to Mutual Funds
Mutual funds are investment companies that pool your money with that of other investors to buy stocks, bonds or other securities. The managers of the mutual fund use the pooled funds to buy investments that match your goals. The fund manager determines which investments to buy for the fund, and keeps track of the value of the mutual fund. When you own shares in a mutual fund, you own part of a basket of securities. The more stocks you own, the lower your financial risk if one company fails. By owning shares in a mutual fund, you diversify your investment and reduce your risk.
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Infernios The Hoarding Dragon presents Hoarding Dragon Basics ? The Stock Market posted at ThunderDrake, saying, "Even a dragon with a hoard likes to collect stocks... Here is an introduction to the basics of investing in the stock market."
Kevin Poulis presents StockInvestment123.com – Stock Investment For Beginners posted at SiteTally.com.
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