Thursday, November 8, 2012

Stock Carnival Ecstasy - November 7, 2012

Painter Duncan Grant with Keynes.
Painter Duncan Grant with Keynes. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Welcome to the November 7, 2012 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.We start this carnival with a couple of articles from John Schmoll including a look at the connection between Earnings Season and the iPad Mini. Stefanz writes about the successful investor Sir John Maynard Keynes. Finally we have an earnings look at Burger and Google Inc from Bill Smith. Hope you enjoy the articles, bookmark, share, tweet on Twitter, like on Facebook and come back soon.

Arduino Schenato
presents PRICE ACTION | FOREX NEWS | PIN BAR STRATEGIES | HereForexInsider posted at HereForexInsider, saying, "Yesterday we saw a available short signal on the break-down of the last monday's indecision candle. That low has not been damaged and today the daily chart provides a new chance for us as price action naked dealers having been formed a price action short signal very clear and obvious."


John Schmoll presents What Earnings Season and the iPad Mini Have in Common posted at Frugal Rules, saying, "Most publicly traded companies announce their earnings four times a year, which is known as Earnings Season. If you know what to look for it can provide a wealth of information the health and direction of the company."

John Schmoll
presents How to Save For Retirement, in a Picture posted at Frugal Rules, saying, "Saving for retirement is not something that happens overnight. It is a marathon and not a sprint. By starting early in life, you can get a great start which will produce long term benefits that you can reap in retirement."

harry campbell
presents Do You Invest in Expensive Kitchen Knives? A Review of my Shun Chef’s Knife posted at Your Personal Finance Pro - Personal Financial Advice for Young Professionals, saying, ""

presents Successful investors: Sir John Maynard Keynes - Investing: Strategy, Risk, Tools, and more... - Skuzet posted at skuzet, saying, "I am writing a series of articles about successful investors. Few people know that Sir Maynard Keynes was a very successful investor, besides being an influential economist."

presents Benjamin Graham - Investing: Strategy, Risk, Tools, and more... - Skuzet posted at skuzet, saying, "I am writing a series of articles on the life and investment philosophies of successful investors. Benjamin Graham, being one of the most successful investors, certainly could not be skipped."


Bill Smith presents Burger King Restaurant Sales Are Up posted at FastSwings, saying, "Burger King does well as McDonalds falters."

Bill Smith
presents Investing In Google Today posted at FastSwings, saying, "Anyone asking the question why should I invest in Google will need to consider what they are looking for when putting their money into the market."


Carlos Sera presents A Transformative Tale posted at Financial Tales, saying, "In this tale, A Transformative Tale, we will learn how to transform one type of asset class return into another. This is called a transformation and thus the name of this tale. We will specifically look at transforming bond returns to stock returns. Please note that I don’t recommend that you try this at home. I would leave this type of transformation to professionals but I write this tale so that you can understand once again the importance of assessing risk by focusing on the maximum draw down."

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