You owe it to yourself to set aside 19 minutes to watch the following (pass it on):
Leaning towards Scottrade. Might go to a fee only CFP just to confirm the thought.
Do you go to Iowa?
Hi Guys and Gals,
New to the forum and looking forward to participating. If there is any information I can share about the bond market in particular please ask.
26yo paramedic here. figured I'd learn something new, stocks allow me to check in and modify while on shift so i decided to learn the market. so far i've learned that being younger allows me to learn the hard way without destroying my retirement and the system is key to success. right now i'm more of a technical guy..love looking at charts and making predictions. on the other end i'm learning the power of fundamental analysis so eventually i see myself as a 50/50 between the two. looking to learn a lot of wisdom from the forums. have a nice monday.
Hi and Hey! Stumbled onto this forum and glad to see it is active. Other sites are abandoned.
I'm a long term value investor leveraging on behavioural economics for my strategies. I am also a finance professional and qualified accountant living and working in London. Feel free to ask any questions about behavioural approaches to investing, understanding companies annual reports / financial statements / prospectuses.
The forum looks interesting, and i've already read some great (and not so great) stuff. Hopefully I will have something of use to add.
Oh, and check out my blog. It's relatively new but hope to put more stuff up there as and when.
I am new here, I am here to learn about finance and found that it is great source of knowledge. Hope to get more help by you guys.
I am happy to join here. Have a nice time.
I just got into day trading and I have been figuring out my way through the maze of "buy/sell/hold/dump/i just lost my rent money" ordeal. I actually joined up as I was hoping I can get help. I recently bought TPX (Tempur-Pedic) and I read the following
"aid it is actively buying back its own shares, a disclosure that comes just days after the company's warning on rising competition in the mattress industry sparked a dramatic selloff in the stock. The mattress maker said it had $200 million still available under an existing share repurchase program to put toward buying back its own shares. "
What does that mean? Did they tank the stock to buy it back cheaper? They buying it back to boost confidence? This has me slightly concerned.
Thanks for helping