Thursday, October 27, 2011

Stock Carnival Ecstasy - October 27, 2011

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Welcome to the October 27, 2011 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.In this issue we have Super Saver taking a look at October, and its not historically the worst month of the year to invest. We have the Four best Reasons to Try Forex Trading by Bill Smith. Dividend Growth Investor sees AT&T and Coca-Cola being more expensive than most perceive. And finally The DIV-Net presents an analysis of Genuine Parts Company (GPC). Hope you like the articles, bookmark, share, tweet, like on Facebook, and come back soon.

Michael Donelly presents Get a Better Deal on Insurance posted at, saying, "Whether you like it or not, if you own a car or a house, you need insurance – in fact, in the case of car insurance at least, it may be required by law. So there’s no getting away from it – and actually, it’s a pretty good idea, as unfortunately try as we might, accidents do happen..."


Super Saver presents October: Bear or Bull Month? posted at My Wealth Builder, saying, "Contrary to popular belief, October is not the worst month to be invested in stocks."

Bill Smith presents Four Reasons to Try Forex Trading posted at Forex Trading System Central, saying, "If you’re considering starting up a Forex trading account of your own, here are four good reasons why you should go ahead and take the plunge."


Dividend Growth Investor presents AT&T and Coca-Cola are more expensive that you think posted at Dividend Growth Investor, saying, "Many companies however generate one time gains or losses which directly affect earnings per share. As a result, I tend to “normalize” this key indicator, in order to have an objective analysis. Two companies, which appear to have higher earnings per share, due to one-time items include AT&T (T) and Coca-Cola (KO)."

Aussie Investor presents Highest Dividend Paying Shares - The Micro-Caps posted at Australian Investing, saying, "Over the long term dividends make up a large part of a share portfolio's returns. With that in mind, lets see what attractive dividend yields are available to us at the moment. We've already looked at the large caps and the small caps, so now it's time for the micro caps."

The DIV-Net presents Stock Analysis: Genuine Parts Company (GPC) posted at The DIV-Net, saying, "Genuine Parts Co is a leading wholesale distributor of automotive replacement parts, industrial parts and supplies, and office products."


Will presents “The Greatest Trade Ever”, Or How To Profitably Go Against The Herd posted at Former Banker, saying, "When being a contrarian pays off in spectacular fashion!"

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1 comment:

  1. Seems like October broke the trend and was an incredibly good moth for stock trading. November is turning out to be a little bit more difficult.


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