Category Archive: 9) Personal Investment

Nicolas Darvas: Follow the Price Action and Set Stop-Losses

Of the many rules prescribed for investment success, the most golden of all is to cut your losses before they get too big. You may have also witnessed the peaking and catastrophic falls of such market favorites as Weight Watchers (WTW). The speculator and dancer (!) Nicolas Darvas gave us ideas how to set the stop-loss.

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Einfach erfolgreich anlegen: Entspannter Vermögensaufbau mit cleveren Strategien – Jessica Schwarzer

Buchbesprechung von Einfach erfolgreich anlegen: Entspannter Vermögensaufbau mit cleveren Strategien – Jessica Schwarzer: http://www.investresearch.net/einfach-erfolgreich-anlegen-entspannter-vermoegensaufbau-mit-cleveren-strategien-jessica-schwarzer/ Das Buch kann man hier kaufen: http://amzn.to/1Rb3paT

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Stocks

Dr. Markus Elsässer, value investor and founder of ME Fonds – Special Values: There is nothing wrong with risk on the stock market.

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Investor: Poor Investments -5

Dr. Markus Elsässer, value investor and founder of ME Fonds-Special Values, on how to handle „loosers“ in your stock portoflio, March 15th, 2016

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Dr. Jens Ehrhardt zum Börsenstart 2016: “Sowas habe ich noch nie erlebt”

Was für ein turbulenter Start in das neue Börsenjahr! Säbelrasseln im Mittleren Osten zwischen Saudi-Arabien und dem Iran. Und in China gab es gleich am ersten Handelstag des neuen Jahres einen 7-Prozent-Crash – mit Auswirkungen selbstverständlich auch auf den Rest der Börsenwelt. Was ist von diesem Börsenjahr zu erwarten? Wie werden sich sich Zinsen, die …

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How you see the Stock Market determines your Profit or Loss!

The key economic note this week was that non-farm payrolls for February was 242,000 versus Wall Street’s expectation of only 190,000; 27% above the consensus target. Wages however fell back by 0.1% from February’s gain of 0.5%. The workforce participation rate moved up to 62.9%. The excellent news on Friday was however received mutely by the market. Interest rates may rise.

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Fonds-Legende Dr. Jens Ehrhardt: “Eine Zinserhöhung in den USA wäre fatal” – Interview Fondskongress

Mit Argusaugen beobachten in diesen Tagen die Börsianer jeden Satz der Notenbanker – seien es nun Vertreter der FED, der EZB oder auch der Bank of Japan. Die entscheidende Frage ist vor allem, wann die Zinsen wieder steigen werden. Fondsmanager Dr. Jens Ehrhardt warnt bei Börse Stuttgart TV auf dem Fondskongress in Mannheim: “Eine Zinserhöhung …

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Jessica Schwarzer: “Finger weg von Bankaktien”

Bankaktien sind in der letzten Zeit immer wieder heftig unter die Räder gekommen. Was sind die Probleme der Branche und wie könnte die Zukunft der Banken in Zeiten der FinTech-Unternehmen aussehen? Marktexpertin Jessica Schwarzer, Chefkorrespondentin Börse beim Handelsblatt und Autorin mehrerer Börsenratgeber, wirft im Interview einen Blick auf die Banken und und gibt ihre Einschätzung …

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Business: Ownership versus Financing – 33

Dr. Markus Elsässer, value investor and founder of ME Fonds-Special Values on the difference between ownership versus financing. February 29th, 2016

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Jessica Schwarzer: “Gold kein sicherer Hafen”

Die Märkte haben in der letzten Zeit eine ziemliche Berg-und Talfahrt absolviert. Zuletzt ging es an der Börse zwar wieder aufwärts, es könnte aber erst mal durchaus wackelig bleiben, so die Ansicht von Marktexpertin Jessica Schwarzer, Chefkorrespondentin Börse beim Handelsblatt und Autorin mehrerer Börsenratgeber. Was die Expertin Anlegern in der aktuellen Situation rät, erfahren Sie …

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The stock market’s siamese twin oiled Friday’s rally

Because the stock market is currently strongly correlated to the energy sector, Friday’s rally responded in kind on the news of a surge of 12.3% in the NYMEX WTI sweet crude market after a report had suggested that OPEC may finally agree to cut its production to reduce the world glut. The news instantly oiled the S&P 500’s rise of 1.95%. However despite the strong daily gain, oil prices still ended the week down in spite of being the best one-day...

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Value Traps

Dr. Markus Elsässer, value investor and founder of ME Fonds-Special Values, on the dangers in the stock market of getting caught in so called “value traps”, February 8th, 2016.

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Only one Box a Day – 076

Dr. Markus Elsasser, value investor and business partner of Simon Rolfes, on how to organize your work day. Do not put too much on your plate.

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The Age of the Alpha Stock

Alpha-stock denominated portfolios establish large margins of safety, strong profits, and provide outstanding client retention and marketing advantages, which mediocre and passive strategies are unable to generate. As we have entered a new normal, those asset managers who do more of the same are likely to face client frustration and profit recession.

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Capital and Talent – 50

Dr. Markus Elsässer, value investor and founder of ME Fonds-Special Values, highlights the two most important factors for success in business: to combine talent with capital, February 15th, 2016.

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Beware the Ides of the Earnings Season!

It is critical for an investor to be very vigilant during the earnings season, which already began on January 11 with Alcoa (AA) reporting its results. Not only do companies report their financials, but they also make other significant announcements, such as either raising or lowering its earnings guidance for the coming months. Given the importance of this information, it is no surprise that a company's stock can often soar or plunge on these...

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With the eyes of the chameleon the market turns deep red!

The S&P 500 now stands at 1880.33 points, only 31.97 points from its 2015 opening price of 1848.36; for the broad market, a year’s meager gains almost wiped clean. The index’s P/E ratio now stands at 19.81, and is still well above its historic average of 15.57.

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That was the week that was!

Week January 17-22 : This was the first winning week of 2016 and of some relief to ordinary investors. The question is whether it is sustainable, or just a short-covering bounce, as is frequently the case when the market is undergoing a correction. Currently the S&P 500 has sunk 10.5%, the DJ-30 12.1%, and the NASDAQ 12.0%, since mid-2015. Calling a bottom, or a top, is a challenge even for professional investors. I would cite three short-term...

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Career Choice – 17

Dr. Markus Elsässer, value investor and business partner of Simon Rolfes,on what really matters in your later career. Knowledge, experience and the ability to carry responsibility. Be a person of substance.

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Success & Friends – 103

Dr. Markus Elsässer, value investor and business partner of Simon Rolfes, on success in life and business, but with the right attitude.

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