Presenting the 61st Festival of Stocks here at Stock Trading To Go.
This is my second time hosting and though this week was not nearly as large as the 54th Festival of Stocks which had 30 entries, the reads are still pretty darn good.
My favorite entries from this week that I think hold a lot of value for investors:
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Can You Get Rich With These 7 Stock Market Oddball Indicators? posted at The Digerati Life.
George presents Interview with Vitaliy Katsenelson, author of Active Value Investing posted at Fat Pitch Financials, saying, “Transcript of George’s interview with the author of Active Value Investing that was conducted originally at the Value Investing News Forum.”
Matthew Paulson presents How to Become a Millionaire 20 Years from Today (Even if You Have Nothing Now) posted at Getting Green.
James Cullen presents The Ugliest Collection of Stocks I?ve Ever Seen posted at College Analysts, saying, “Several top-rated stocks from my quant model have little in the way of positives. Could it get any better than this?”
David presents Asset Based Business Loans : Gaizer.com Tips for Business Start-ups posted at Gaizer.com, saying, “This term refers to getting a short-term loan based on the financial strength of your accounts receivable.”
Leon Gettler presents Fear and loathing on Wall Street posted at Sox First, saying, “Less than a day after the Fed cut interest rates to stave off recession, and Wall Street is in the grip of fear and loathing. It will recover but it means volatile times.”
Super Saver presents 10/29/07 Stock Purchase Update – Only One Stock Remaining posted at My Wealth Builder.
Dr. Barry Burns presents How Football Ruined My Trading posted at Top Dog Trading, saying, “An unusual article, but it’s absolutely true about how watching football ruined my trading results for a short period of time. ”
The Investor’s Journal presents 5 Traits of a Successful Investor posted at The Investor’s Journal, saying, “Every investor has their own strategies, methods, and techniques to achieving success. Though despite these differences, all successful investors share the same distinct traits which truly separate them from the herd.”