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4 Penny Stock Investment Tips to Learn From Warren Buffett

Quick quiz: He is the world’s third-richest person and the second-richest billionaire in the United States, after Bill Gates. Who is he?

If you’ve not been living under a rock for the past couple of decades, you surely know who Warren Buffett is. You might not know that he was only 11 years old, when he bought his first stock—and he still managed to turn a profit.

The rest is history, as they say. He’s made billions over time, picking his investments wisely and sticking to a few simple rules. And, while Warren Buffett may not be a penny stock trader, you shouldn’t be afraid to take some cues from the big boys.

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Warren Buffet’s Ten Best investment Tips

Many consider Warren Buffett, the world’s fourth wealthiest individual, is the greatest investor in the previous century.

Mr. Buffet is well-known for his patent folksy insight on money matters and continues to provide many investors with valuable investment advice.

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How to maneuver through the financial markets

In the middle of positive signs for economic progress and with decreased focus on the bondholders’ interests, what should an investor do? We suggest these six timely tips.

Remain Actively Involved

Managers who stayed active last year experienced a highly productive time, in part due to their tendency to steer away from hyper-cyclical one-theme sectors, such as resources which had a great recovery last year, and in part due to paradigmatic policy changes during the same period.

The dominant macro-economic forces caused stock pickers to react slowly; however, with fresh themes appearing on the horizon, active managers looked at enough valuation anomalies to exploit.

Focus on Value

Valuations in the equity market stay higher than their averages over the past, in part due to low earnings in some sectors and in part due to the valuation driven drastically by low interest rates. Few windfalls can be derived from index levels; thus, be very picky when choosing within and between markets.

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How to Make Effective Resolutions

With the New Year 2017 here now, people find themselves again looking for ways to build financial resolutions to help them ultimately succeed. In a recent study involving over 5,000 American adults, the three resolutions at the top of the list were, in order: to save more, pay off debt and improve income.

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Styles of Mutual Fund Investing

How’s your investing style?

The growing mutual funds industry owes its numerical growth partly to the assorted investing styles applied by capital managers. Research shows that investing styles greatly influence fund returns, fanning the debate in the financial community about their effectiveness. Here are the major styles utilized by contemporary fund managers.

Passive vs. Active

Passive investors believe that simple investments in a market index fund can create productive long-term benefits. Active investors, in contrast, trust their capability to overtake the entire market by picking promising stocks. The bulk of mutual funds performed below market indexes within the five-year period which ended on December 31, 2015.* Passive investors explain the result on market efficiency, the theory that considers all information reported regarding a firm is represented in that firm's present stock price; and that it is very difficult to predict and benefit on forthcoming stock price levels. Instead of trying to divine the market performance, what passive investors do is to buy the whole market through index funds.

Active investors, in contrast, believe that managed funds will not always perform below the index level of the overall market. So many funds have attained substantially higher revenues. These active players see the market as not always efficiently running and that with research they can discover information not yet obvious in a security's price and thereby gain from it. For instance, some active investors consider small-cap market as being less efficient than large-cap market because smaller firms, in practice, are not monitored as regularly as bigger blue-chip companies. They explain this by the assumption that a less efficient market could prospectively favor active stock selection.


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What Single-Income Couples Need to Know About Investing

Although it is common practice for couples to share practically everything, keeping their finances strictly separate provides more advantages from an investing perspective.

You may not need to hold separate bank accounts as well as keep individual budgets. However, you can design your investments to maximize your income and benefit from tax regulations.

Several reasons explain why many people think such couples get by on one income alone. A partner could be on leave from work to start a family or going to graduate school. Other reasons that keep you from your job could be personal or medical problems.

No matter what the reasons are, in case you expect to stay that way for a couple of years or more, you have the option to protect yourself with some kind of investment plan to meet your needs.

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How to Invest in Offshore Funds

With reference to the previous week’s article on our tax laws pertaining to offshore investment fund property (OIFP) rules and the recent court decision on Gerbro Holdings Co. v. The Queen, avoiding the OIFP rules, as Gerbro did, can actually benefit investing outside of Canada. In the case of Gerbro, the investor had valid reasons for offshore investment which aimed neither to reduce nor to defer tax – winning the case in the process. How will this affect you as an investor?

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How Do You Recognize a Potentially Good Investment?

A good investor needs to develop the discipline to buy low and sell high. Such discipline can only come from sufficient experience, particularly through the process of learning from one’s mistakes and gaining the knack for making with better decisions.

The mantra for successful investing is: Buy low, sell high. Obviously, this applies in almost all forms of enterprise. Yet, in investing, this rule is rarely observed by most people, making it hard for an individual to follow since the rule-of-the-mob prevails.

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Imitating Warren Buffett’s Successful Investing

Warren Buffett’s success in the stock market using a common-sense approach is no secret. Nor is his enormous wealth he has accumulated through Berkshire Hathaway, the holding company of his middle-American companies, which he acquired in 1965 as a former textile and garment manufacturing company.

What are secret are his specific strategies to successful investing.

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