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Capital Ideas Evolving
Author: Peter L. Bernstein
Capital Indeas Evolving not only describes these ideas, but also shows how they are implemented in day to day business.
Read more about Capital Ideas Evolving Aug 22, 2012
What do Hedge Funds do?
A common misconception is that hedge funds hedge their risk. This is not true as hedge funds can place a bet on a specific market taking some risk in order to generate profits.
Read more about what do Hedge Funds do Dec 23, 2011
How to research stocks with financial ratios?
Using ratios can appear to be easy; unfortunately you cannot use only one ratio as they all have some drawbacks.The good news is that article will help you to understand various ratios and how to use them in the most efficient way.
Read more about financial ratios Dec 08, 2011
10 Steps to make your First Investments in Financial Markets
People who are guaranteeing you astronomical return are only crooks. Bernard Madoff one of the biggest Ponzi scheme was successful over the years because he was supposed to provide investors with more than 10% performance each year during 20 years and without risk!
Read more about investing Nov 01, 2011
Like mutual funds, ETFs give you direct diversification. ETFs are a basket of securities that typically track a specific market index. Until now, ETFs were principally index funds (fund that tracks a specific index).
Today, we see the emergence of active ETFs. Because ETFs are more efficient than mutual funds, ETF are set to replace mutual funds. Created in 1995, ETFs have seen their asset under management (AUM) exploded.
At the end of 2010, the AUM represents $1.45 Trillions. According to McKinsey & Co, ETF assets could more than double to $4.7 trillions by 2015.
Read more about ETF guide Nov 10, 2011