Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Stock Carnival Ecstasy - July 24, 2012

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Welcome to the July 24, 2012 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.In this edition we start with the Wells Fargo Advantage Growth (SGROX), a 5 star Bronze rated mutual fund by Morning Star with $10.4 billion in assets under management, in an article by Habeeb. Carlos Sera discusses Modern Portfolio Theory. Greg Field writes about the Volcker Rule which has a significant impact on the financial world and will change the way people invest. And finally we have the Archivist on using Covered Calls for regular returns. Hope you enjoy the articles, bookmark, share, tweet, like on Facebook and come back soon.

Alex Fennings
presents How do you Buy Stocks Online? Learn all there is to know! | The Forex Base posted at The Forex Base, saying, "Learn all the information you need to effectively trade stock online and turn a profit"

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Dr. Dean presents Dementia And Your Money posted at Dr. Dean's TheMillionaireNurse.com Blog, saying, "Does your financial portfolio guard against the risk of decreased mental capacity as you age? Mental decline can happen even if you take steps to avoid it."

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Habeeb presents Wells Fargo Advantage Growth fund (SGROX) posted at Dividend Paying Mutual Funds, saying, "Wells Fargo Advantage Growth (SGROX) is a 5 star Bronze rated mutual fund by Morning Star with $10.4 billion in assets under management. The fund seeks long term capital growth by investing primarily in large cap companies with robust earnings and intrinsic value that is higher than what the market assigns it. The fund’s team conducts a bottom-up analysis on each company’s market capitalization to find the best investment opportunities in the market. If you had invested $10,000 in this fund in July 1st, 2002, your portfolio would be worth $26,354 as of July 1st, 2012"

Aaron
presents A 15 Year History of Wall Street – Part 1 posted at Outsider Trading, saying, "bailout, Business, Cartoon, Economics, Finance, Housing Bubble, Investing, Stock Market, Wall Street"

Habeeb
presents Vanguard Dividend Growth (VDIGX) Mutual Fund posted at Dividend Paying Mutual Funds, saying, "Vanguard Dividend Growth (VDIGX) has $10.5 billion in assets under management and is rated 5 star by Morning Star. Just as the name implies, Vanguard Dividend Growth invests in large cap high-quality companies that have the ability and commitment to increase their dividends over time. Almost 91% of the fund’s assets are fully invested in US equities so one of the risks mentioned on the prospectus is this full exposure to equities. If you had invested $10,000 in this fund on July 18th, 2002, your portfolio would be worth $21,674 including re-invested dividends and capital gains."

The Forex Base
presents How do you Buy Stocks Online? Learn all there is to know! | The Forex Base posted at The Forex Base, saying, "Learning about online stock trading can be laborious: Our free website provides lots of information for you to get started and to make you the learning process as easy as possible"

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Habeeb presents Yacktman Mutual Fund (YACKX) posted at Dividend Paying Mutual Funds, saying, "The Yacktman fund has $7.4 billion in assets under management and is a Gold 5 star rated fund by Morning Star. 86% of the fund’s assets are invested in large cap blue chip American companies and 12% is held in cash to take advantage of market buying opportunities. If you had invested $10,000 in this fund in 06/24/2002, your portfolio would be worth $26,921 as of 06/24/2012."

Carlos Sera
presents An Alto Mar Tale posted at Financial Tales, saying, "As I have said countless times, Modern Portfolio Theory and standard deviation treat risk as though a person would be equally happy going from poverty to wealth as from wealth to poverty."

Theresa Torres
presents Four Ways Entrepreneurs Can Use Loyal Customers to Bring in New Customers posted at Entrepreneurship in a Box, saying, "Loyal customers naturally bring in new customers all on their own in the form of family members and friends. But if you want to specifically make it happen, here are four ways you can focus on."

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Greg Field presents The Volcker Rule Explained posted at NerdWallet Blog - Credit Card Watch, saying, "Here is a very informative and concise break-down of the Volcker Rule which has a significant impact on the financial world and will change the way people invest. Enjoy!"

The Archivist
presents Using Covered Calls to Generate Regular Returns | The Market Archive posted at The Market Archive, saying, "If you have your wealth in very safe stocks that appreciate exceptionally slowly, then writing covered calls can be a great way to skim some profit while you wait. Another bonus if you use a conservative dividend investment strategy is that you can write covered calls and still collect your dividends, and get an extra cash payment."

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of stock carnival ecstasy using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the mention. I didn't know that you posted my article for the carnival. I have got to fix my trackbacks. Thanks!

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