Sunday, February 24, 2013

Stock Carnival Ecstasy - February 23, 2013

English: Michael Dell, founder & CEO, Dell Inc.
English: Michael Dell, founder & CEO, Dell Inc. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Welcome to the February 23, 2013 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.In this edition we have an article from John Schmoll on Why Having an Investment Plan Will Save Your Butt. Bill Smith believes that the Dell Buyout Has Challenges getting done. And finally David Bar shows How To Read The Economy Based On alcohol Sales.Hope you like the material, bookmark, share on Facebook, tweet, and come back next time.

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John Schmoll presents 4 Reasons Why Having an Investment Plan Will Save Your Butt posted at Frugal Rules, saying, "Investing in the stock market can be difficult for many, especially if they have no plan in place. An investment plan can help guide your investing decisions so you’re working smarter and not harder."

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Contrarian Lifestyle presents Long East African Breweries | Emerging Market Insider posted at Emerging Market Insider.

Bill Smith presents Dell Buyout Has Challenges posted at FastSwings, saying, "Michael Dell has clinched a Dell buyout deal and must turn a business losing ground in personal computers into one that will provide higher-margin cloud-computing services and tools."

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Bill Smith presents E-Filing Your Taxes With TurboTax 2013 posted at 2012 Taxes - Free Tax Filing Options, saying, "We are in the midst of the 2013 tax filing season. Every year since 1993; Americans have increasingly used e-filing software to file their tax returns. TurboTax 2013follow has perfected the process of contemporary electronic tax filing."

Bill Smith presents Do Your Taxes Online This Year posted at 2011 Taxes, saying, "When you do your taxes, do you usually get all of the paperwork and fill it out manually?"

David Bar presents How To Read The Economy Based On Sales Of Alcohol posted at Barwhiz Blog, saying, "This shift from consumers buying low-end value brands to purchasing high-end brands, both in the liquor stores and in restaurants and bars, can be seen as a very positive sign for economic recovery for the economy as a whole."

Bill Smith presents TurboTax Military Edition – The right support for junior military personnel posted at 2013 Taxes, saying, "If you’re working in the military, then it’s quite obvious that you’d expect some breaks given how hard you work."

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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Stock Carnival Ecstasy - February 12, 2013

English: Crowd gathering on Wall Street after ...
English: Crowd gathering on Wall Street after the stock market crash of October 1929. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Welcome to the February 12, 2013 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.In this edition we start with a mutual fund flow chart from share market that is very interesting, take a look. Vytas looks at Stock market crashes throughout the recent bubble and crash cycles. Bill Smith has an examination of The Debt Ceiling Crisis and what the two parties are considering as solutions. Finally we have an article on TurboTax's TaxCaster App which helps to estimate your taxes on your smart phone. Hope you enjoy the articles, bookmark, share, tweet, and like on Facebook. See you next time.

Rachel Frishe
presents » Why should I switch to Xero? posted at Virtual Techniques, saying, "Xero offers an efficient, collaborative environment for bookkeeping and account with robust reporting and excellent customization options."

swapnil
presents Share Market: Mutual Fund Flow Chart posted at Share Market.

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Vytas presents Stock market crash posted at Trend, saying, "You most probably know that 1998 saw tremendous rise in internet stocks, which led to an explosion of a bubble in 2000. 2007 saw an explosion of a housing market bubble. What bubble we are in at the moment? I do not see any. It is just ‘fools hope’ bubble. All financial system is on the verge of a global crash and market participants are buying shares like crazy. On the other hand, we should not be surprised by that as there usually are most investors on the boat just before a collapse comes. Study all major market booms and crashes and you will quickly see that tendency."

John Schmoll
presents How to Take the Emotion Out of Investing posted at Frugal Rules, saying, "The stock market is driven largely by emotion, some say upwards of 90%. If you have a solid investment plan though you can easily separate the emotions from the day to day activity of your investments."

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Personal Finance Beat presents How to Invest in Dividend Stocks posted at Personal Finance Beat, saying, "How to invest in blue-chip, dividend paying stocks to earn consistent, passive income."

Super Saver
presents A Bullish Argument for U.S. Stocks posted at My Wealth Builder, saying, "Returning to historical valuations would result in a bullish stock market for 2013."

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Bill Smith presents Super Saturday In Ohio: Day Of Help For Filing Taxes posted at 2012 Taxes - Free Tax Filing Options, saying, "Super Saturday is a day of help in Ohio for residents in need of help filing taxes. Formerly known as the Franklin County EITC Coalition, the Tax Time Coalition of Central Ohio is ready with professionals in the tax business to help others in need of their services."

Bill Smith
presents The Debt Ceiling Crisis posted at 2010Taxes, saying, "Yesterday, the Senate voted to approve a measure that suspends the U.S. debt ceiling which translates to our country being able to at least temporarily pay bills."

Bill Smith
presents Free Taxcaster App By TurboTax posted at 2013 Taxes, saying, "You can get a free Taxcaster app by Turbotax for your Android tablet or phone with the recently released product from Intuit."

Bill Smith
presents Getting Your Taxes Done with TurboTax Canada posted at 2014 Taxes, saying, "TurboTax Canada is the software that every person should take advantage of when it comes time to sit down and do your taxes."

Bill Smith
presents Filing Taxes with TurboTax Canada posted at 2014 Taxes, saying, "TurboTax Canada is designed to make filling less of a challenge no matter who you may be."

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Sunday, February 3, 2013

Best January In Years As Investors Eager For Stocks

This is best January in decades as investors eager for stocks. For the Dow at least, January has been the best start to the year in two decades.

The Dow Jones Industrial closed the month up by 5.8 percent, which has been its strongest close since January 1994 as per S&P Capital IQ data. The Standard & Poor’s 500, ended the month 5 percent higher, which is its best start since 1997.

The editor of the Stock Trader's Almanac, Jeff Hirsch, pointed out that the market is likely to struggle to gain further in February.

One of the major reasons why January experienced a major flow of stock funds, in close to nine years, is because majority of investors put money into equities.

Yesterday, as investors read more about earnings results and reports on the economy, the stocks drifted towards the lower side.

The Dow Jones industrial dropped to 13,860.58 about 50 points down, the S&P 5000 to 1,498.11 about 4 points down and the Nasdaq composite remained constant at 3,142.13.

The Dow is 304 points from its highest point.

Investors also received reports from the government about how the number of unemployed Americans seeking aid sharply rose within the last week. This number however, remained constant with moderate hiring.

Investors eager for stocks will also look into the strength of the job market once the non-farm payrolls report is circulated.

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