My friend John Tonsager who is an InvestEd instructor shared this article with me. Investors should be aware of changes regarding 401(k) statements. -Brad
Now more than ever, the onus is on you to save for retirement. With most companies having done away with traditional pension plans, 401(k)s and other contribution-based retirement plans have become [...]
I am beginning to develop class material for the 2012 InvestEd conference in Charlotte, NC on June 8-10. I have as one of my selected topics “Dividend Stocks for Growth Investors.”
I have some dividend paying stocks that have become a cornerstone of my portfolio, helping me to handily beat the [...]
Well, I finally realized that I did not activate the register link for this blog… No wonder I have had only a few postings for comments on these articles.
If you would like, please register and join the discussions. I would be interested in your investing ideas, or your buys and sells.
After returning from the Better Investing National Convention (BINC) 2010, I was compelled to write a posting for my stock picks, as if I were on the stock panel. I was merely an audience member at the BINC 2010 stock panel, but I thought some of their stock picks were a bit stinky… but [...]
We had another great breakfast at InvestEd this morning. It is a nice change to have such fare for breakfast, but I could never like this every day.
This mornings presentation is by General Mills, which is not an exciting stock by any means. However, for a 12% growing company with a solid dividend [...]
If you are looking the Beta Calculations file to download (for my Managing Portfolio Risk class at InvestEd 2011), you can find it in this article.
While you are here, I encourage to take a look at the other interesting articles in my blog. I have topics including stock analysis, sustainable growth, etc.
We had a great morning at InvestEd and enjoyed meeting attendees. I poke my head into Saul Seinberg’s class in screening for investment ideas. My class on Managing Risk in a Portfolio was pretty well attended. I think folks enjoyed the presentation.
Our lunch presentation included P&G. It is interesting hearing the companies [...]
I recently sold some Apple shares on February 17 at $359 per share. Why would I consider selling AAPL with a fantastic growth rate, a lot of cash on the books, and a seemingly unending supply of chart-topping products?
The answer is really quite simple: I had a gain of more than 200% from [...]