Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Stock Carnival Ecstasy - January 28, 2014

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Welcome to the January 28, 2014 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we take a look at when taxpayers can begin to file their taxes for 2013. Mark Hanna has some dividend champions that you should take a look at. And finally Bryan Chau has a review of the movie, The Wolf on Wall Street, for those interested in seeing the movie. Bookmark, Share and Tweet our carnival and come back real soon.

Lee Mt presents Corporate Secretarial Compliance Services Singapore posted at Accounting Solutions Singapore, saying, "Corporate Secretarial Services are specially catered to SMEs and new start-ups as you may not have the resources to perform corporate secretarial works. In addition to ensuring compliance with local legal requirements, a Company Corporate Secretary has many responsibilities"

Bill Smith presents On What Day Will I Be Able To File My Taxes For 2014? posted at 2009 Tax, saying, "The IRS has set the date to open up their filing season, for year 2014, on January 31st."


Brian Fourman presents This One Stock Chart Could Make or Break You Over the Next 20 Years posted at Luke1428, saying, "All stocks and markets have charts that track their historical performance. An investor can learn a great deal about the health of the market by doing some basic technical analysis."

Erastus presents How To Save Money On Groceries posted at Modest Money, saying, "We all know that grocery shopping adds up to a lot of money over time. Learn the best ways to save money on groceries and save big money!"

Steve Alexander presents Here's a Quick Way to Tell if Your Stock Could Go Bankrupt posted at MagicDiligence - Optimizing Joel Greenblatts Value Stock Strategy, saying, "Could your stock go bankrupt? Current ratio is an important financial statistic that can tell if your stock is at risk, and a simple way to make it even more accurate."

Mark Hanna presents Dividend Champions Review – January 2014 posted at Debt, Dividends, & Diversions, saying, "This post details the screening process to find the best values in dividend investing for January 2014."

101 Centavos presents The Stock Market Is STILL Stupid And Irrational posted at 101 Centavos, saying, "The need to check in with Avon has been poking its snout around the corner like a dog looking for a handout (Hard to get your own food without opposable thumbs and a steady income, isn’t it, doggie? That’s how I like to taunt the dogs, but they’re impervious to sarcasm) Back in early 2012, opinion on AVP was trending lower than a snake’s belly in a wagon wheel rut. Still, there was a new CEO at the helm and a chance for a fresh start."


Bryan Chau presents The Boy Who Cried Wolf On Wall Street posted at Success Pen Pal, saying, "wolf of wall street, success, movie review, tips, lessons-learned, wealth, ethics, temptations, etc."

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