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How to Invest in Stocks: Strategies for Beginning and Advanced Investors

By  +Follow January 29, 2014 9:15AM
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How to invest? It’s a question so broad there couldn’t possibly be a single answer to it (and beware of anyone who would tell you otherwise). The reality is that there’s a number of different approaches, each of which could bring success or failure depending on when and how they’re applied.

However, anyone interested in becoming a self-directed investor should take a look at Equities.com’s resources on investing basics. We outline a number of different theories and approaches that were compiled by legendary investors, mathematicians, and financial professionals over the course of the last century.

None represent a silver bullet, but knowing and understanding these strategies can help anyone mold their own system for investing that best suits their portfolio, its needs, and its limitations.

How to Invest: Basics

How to Invest: Next-Level Strategies

o   And be sure to visit our EVA (Equities Valuation Analysis) Reports research section where you can run your own DuPont Reports on any stock

  • Small-Cap Stars – Equities.com’s own Small-cap Stars system helps identify those small-cap companies with the best potential to succeed:

o   Read the complete methodology behind the system

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Beating the Best Mutual Funds

Equities.com’s research analyst Nicholas Bhandari breaks down his methodology for improving your returns by reducing expenses. He explains how one can mimic the returns of the most-popular mutual funds using a basket of similar ETFs that ultimately charge a much-lower expense ratio than their mutual fund counterparts.

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