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Learn investing basics and markets from White Top Investor
Learn investing basics and markets from White Top Investor

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Perfecting Your Watch List - Compare & Contrast!
Recap Last week I released the 3rd part of my 5 part series on building a better watch list.  In the last installment we started to examine the lower portion of my stock funnel  which includes my list of variables to any further action.  This week we'll mov...

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3 Times yes or investors say no! The economy, market and company must all say yes or we answer no! White Top View series: Playing Market Odds, discusses how superior investors play market odds and avoid common investment errors. This Part 3 of the series, covers how superior investors wait for three positive signals before investing. Before investing we research the facts on the economy as well as the market and company. The economy, market and the company information must all give positive signals or we say no to investing. 

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Misses, writeoffs, bad math and distracted investing, continues the discussion of the 6 Sins of new investors, with this post covering the next three sins: 4. Buying turnarounds or bankrupt companies can bankrupt you! 5. Averaging down sinks portfolio performance and 6. No distracted investing, keep eyes on the road to your financial future! This is Part 2 in the 7 Part White Top View series, Playing Market Odds. 

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6 Sins of new investors, introduces 6 common investing sins and opens a seven part White Top View series, Playing Market Odds. The investing sin list: making investments based only on a media report, investing without research, holding investments that are losers, investing in turnaround or bankrupt companies, averaging down by buying more of a loser, not learning about or paying attention to investments. These 6 investing sins of beginners are mistakes that have the nasty habit of being costly. We learn about them, avoid them and quickly correct the mistakes we make.

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3 more small investor advantages, part 2 of the Small Investor Advantage series. Advantages include the edge in liquidity, playing the stock market pecking order and new investment opportunities, all unavailable to large accounts. Investors can play the smaller end of the market for big profits. Be aware, those big profits get earned by taking risks. Unless you know what you are doing, stay away! The payoff is big for investors with knowledge and experience. You can learn this end of the market. But doing so takes time and much effort. Triflers and gamblers regularly lose playing here, knowledge and experience wins most often.

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Small investor advantages Warren Buffett knows. Warren Buffett tells us that small investors have a growth advantage over huge investment accounts. This post discusses how that can be. When you or Warren Buffett are considering an investment opportunity, the opportunity must have the potential to make a difference to your portfolio. The advantages include, 1. Returns make a big difference, 2. Oh yes! Size matters! 3. Faster growth numbers, 4. Liquidity advantage, 5. Playing the pecking order, 6.New listings and startups. 1st of 2 parts. bit.ly/1vROWa3

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White Top Investor added Podcasts!

White Top Podcasts now on White Top Investor! White Top View Blog Podcasts let you listen to the White Top View blog posts thanks to the excellent service created by Jozef Nagy of www.Odovox.com!

On completion, each podcast gets embedded in that blog post. Each podcast gets linked to that blog post and listed on the Podcast page. You can listen directly from the White Top Investor website or download the podcast at iTunes or at www.Odovox.com. Subscribers get notified of new posts and can directly listen from their computer, tablet or mobile phone.

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Show me the numbers! Financial statement basics help those new to investing get comfortable looking at and using financial statements. This is Part 1 of the White Top View Series, Basic Number Reading that provides an introduction to reading financial statements. bit.ly/1rRrNDE

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Learning to invest well can be fun, interesting and manageable. It just can’t be fast. It does take time. An hour a week can be used to learn but an hour a day can be put to very good, interesting and profitable use to learn, select and manage a portfolio well. bit.ly/1Cs6db5

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More time in equals more money out! Wisdom of the saying, "you get out what you put in", applies to investing. This White Top View blog post discusses committing a minimum of an hour a week to learning management of investments and to understanding markets, investing and your portfolio.
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