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Posted on 12 May 2011 | 5,358 views
Dividend vs Non-Dividend When the Stock Market Crashes

Throughout the 1950s and into the mid 1980s, investors used to own stocks mainly for their dividends. Investors looked for companies that paid consistent “Dividends” out of profits and if the stock they owned appreciated in price, that was an added incentive.

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Posted on 6 May 2011 | 8,519 views
Is the Stock Market Rigged With Insider Trading?

While the ongoing Rajaratnam trial over “Insider Trading” or the saga with Berkshire Hathaway’s David Sokol’s Lubrizoil (Stock Symbol: LZ) trades overwhelm the stock market, investors feel the odds of making a profitable trade is stacked against them which helps explain why mom & pop haven’t piled back into stocks even after a more-than 2-year bull market.

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Posted on 14 Apr 2011 | 6,899 views
The Nifty-Fifty High Price to Earnings Ratio and Subsequent Crash

The original Nifty-Fifty was a list of stocks during the 60s and 70s which had solid earnings growth and high price to earnings ratio in which the prices of those growth stocks rose to unreasonable heights in the early 1970s, as evidenced by their subsequent crash.