Straipsnis Econsoc zurnalui (III dalis)

el_dorado | 2006-11-28 00:51 | perskaitė: 842
Straipsnis Econsoc zurnalui (III dalis) Another way of searching for lucrative stocks is to delve companies’ financial statements, trying to calculate various ratios, to evaluate company’s long-te

Another way of searching for lucrative stocks is to delve companies’ financial statements, trying to calculate various ratios, to evaluate company’s long-term position, whole industry’s position. One of the strategies is to compare book value to market value and then take appropriate actions. It is called Value investing. Of course, I should mention that Warren Buffet, second richest man in the world, uses this strategy. Another strategy is to search for Growth stocks. This was extremely popular in 90’s, when dotcom

(“.com”) companies were viewed as of limitless opportunities. In that way, stock valuation is highly influenced by investors’ future expectations. You can even apply sort of mixed analysis: I have formed virtual portfolio of around 10 stocks listed in London Stock Exchange by searching for stocks with low PEG (http://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/pegratio.asp), P/E (http://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/price-earningsratio.asp) ratios and high growth expectations. My portfolio has grown about 5% in three months so far. Undoubtedly, there are many more strategies to follow – it is up to you to chose, which one is the best.

Alternatively, if you prefer to have more free time (of course you will have to pay for it), you can choose from great variety of mutual funds or index funds. That means, you will hire (indirectly) experienced professional fund manager to manage your funds. It is no surprise that mutual funds have become increasingly popular these days, since many people are not so confident with investing or simply feel lack of time but, however, they want to benefit from impressive market movements. Thus, the idea of someone looking after your savings to yield income sounds attractive, even though you will have to pay fees for that manager. Or you could buy index fund’s shares. This sort of fund is simply replication of certain index. For example, index fund can track FTSE 100 or Dow Jones Industrial Average. In that way, your savings will almost identically (don’t forget about the fees) reflect general market’s performance.

To sum up, the art of investing simply can’t be explained in one article. There are thousands of books that delve this way of saving your money. I have just tried to outline this activity briefly so that it could be your starting point for further progress. What I could recommend, if you find this topic both lucrative and interesting, is to try to read number of articles in www.investopedia.com. Those articles will provide you with more in-depth knowledge about it. Of course, to gain true understanding you should read respective books. In my opinion, those worth reading are these (I have got no doubts that there are many more):

• “The intelligent investor” by Benjamin Graham (bible for value investing)

• “Technical analysis for the financial markets” by John Murphy (great book about technical analysis)

• “Intermarket technical analysis” by John Murphy (this book explains how all markets (equities, currencies, commodities, debt markets) are related and how to use those relationships in your investment decisions.



By Mantas Skardzius

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2006 11 28 09:43     #7562
Labai lengvai ir idomiai skaitesi! Puikiai Mano siulymas butu pabandyk paaiskint paciam straipsny labai grubiai, kas yra tie PE ir PEG - 99% skaitovu tikrai neis ir neziures i interneta, ka jie reiskia. Del knygu, per cmcmarkets seminara apie tradinima, zmogus rekomendavo sias knygas: A.Elder "Trading for a living" ir "Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom " by Van K. Tharp. Ir, zinoma, "Technical Analysis of Financial Markets" by John Murphy. Dar galbut idomu butu zmonem kelios svetaines: www.advfn.com, www.moneyam.com, www.quote.com, www.bigcharts.com Sekmes!!
2006 11 28 10:23     #7564
Tai auditorijai, kuriai rasytas - tiks Sudek linkus is vieno straipsnio i kita, arba sumesk viska i viena dienorasti. Nes dabar visiskai nepatogu :/
2006 11 28 10:49     #7566
fermion aciu siulymas turbut logikos turi, tik kad straipsnis jau issiustas :/ Kas liecia knygas, tai Elderio pavyzdziui dar nesu skaites - tik ruosiuosi - norejau zinoti, ka rekomenduoju. kafka i viena sumesti neiseina, nes straipsnis virsija duota limita vienam dienorasciui
2006 11 28 21:43     #7592
Nekvailai parasyta,bet nezinodama nieko apie investavima,nieko ir nesuprasciau.Kitas minusas-nezinau kaip skaitytojai reaguos suzinoje tavo treju menesiu 5% pelnaIr kur blogosios investavimo puses??Ar reikejo viska teigiamai rasyti?isivaizduoji,kiek nuo dopamino uzsikale spekuliantu yra?hehehhe,juokauju
2006 11 29 01:24     #7598
Ieva, turiu pasakyti, kad pries siusdamas si straipsni daviau paskaityti keliem sia sritimi nesidomintiem zmonem. Anot ju, staipsnis buvo aiskus ir jie suprato, tai man belieka pasitiketi ju nuomone O del bloguju pusiu tai uztai ir rekomenduoju toliau skaitinetis. Cia kaip kabliukas pirmas, kad neatbaidytu iskart
2006 11 29 15:10     #7608
el_dorado,heheeh,as padruzkai daviau paskaityt,ta irgi suprato,teks atsiimti savo kritika ir suversti kalte pms,ehehehKaip moteriskai zavu
2006 11 29 17:41     #7612
no problem
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