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Everyone loved the 3-D printing stocks when they were at their all time highs (just months ago). Now, everyone hates them when they are at their 52 week lows. I am a contrary trader, and anytime it is a hated sector, I take a closer look and usually buy. 3-D printing stocks have put in a near term bottom according to the charts and price action. After ugly earnings from 3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) yesterday morning, the stock reversed a majority of the steep losses and is jumping higher today. 3D Systems Corporation is likely setting up for a bigger bounce in the coming weeks. ...
The term “sin stocks” refers to stocks in companies that operate in industries that are traditionally considered immoral — alcohol, tobacco, firearms, gambling, defense and the sex industry.
Learn about investing your money and investing in yourself with the help of Managing the Bull by David Christianson.
Not to long ago, I was listening to a discussion on NPR about why people have a hard time saving for retirement. One of the reasons that many people have a hard time getting excited about saving for retirement, according to this discussion, is that they view retirement account contributions as a loss. And that makes it hard for them to decide to invest.
In our cities and communities, we are always looking to build systems that work, that people will use and that provide value to the users for years to come. We can also do that in our own lives as well.
I was still in high school when I made my first investment. I took an Economics class and fell in love with Finance. Part of the course was to read the book One Up On Wall Street by Peter Lynch. It’s a must read for anyone starting out investing.
With prices of higher education skyrocketing by about 1000% since 1976 and greatly outpacing inflation rates, many are wondering whether higher education is actually a bubble.