Stock Market Analysis: 01/28/09

With this definite, concrete purpose for investing in mind, a definite, concrete plan would need to be created (and can be found in my book The unique boutique opoly Plan) to achieve this long-term investment goal. Term insurance is an unadulterated life coverage insurance policy, it fills its need of just giving insurance and has no different conditions joined and is one of the less expensive choices. Investors who accept such a scenario need to change their approach to investment policy. A number of fledgling stock market investors are curious to know what is a growth stock and how exactly such a stock can benefit their portfolio. So given a choice of breakouts to buy, one of the ways to narrow the list is by using float, that is if you are looking for stock likely to make major moves. It is an investment theory that tries to maximize expected return for a given level of risk by carefully choosing the proportions of various assets in a portfolio.

I have bought the following companies from the market this month – Bonvests, Chuan Hup, EnGro, Frasers Property, GL, Hong Leong Finance, Hongkong Land, Hotel Properties, Keppel T&T, Low Keng Huat, Shangri-La Asia, SIA Engineering, Sing Investment & Finance, Singapura Finance, UOB Kay Hian and Yeo Hiap Seng. The buy-and-hold approach, long espoused by investment advisors during bull markets, will result in subpar returns in range-bound periods. Further to my post about anxious and volatile markets, John Geanakoplos, co-author of the paper entitled Leverage cycles and the anxious economy, also wrote another intriguing paper called Demography and the Long-Run Predictability of the stock Market, with Michael Magill of the University of Southern California and Martine Quinzii of the University of California at Davis. In this study, Geanakoplos et al related demography to long-term stock returns. As long as AMD remains above $7.50, I like the stock. Tesla (TSLA) – Tesla (TSLA) continues to trade above $330 as the bottleneck pressure is starting to ease.

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