Best Stocks To Buy For 2013: ETF

[ May 16, 2014 | Author: admin | Views: 9078 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

One of the world's greatest sources of investment income often comes down to finding "price floors."   They're very easy to find. And if you develop the ability to spot them, you can safely generate annual yields of over 15% on a portfolio…   Regular Growth Stock Wire readers are familiar with the income-producing power of selling put and call options. Jeff Clark has said it's "the single best income-generating strategy ever created."   Jeff would know. He's a brilliant investor who has generated millions of dollars in option income for his clients and readers over the years. And he's seen every income strategy in the world.   The safest way to run an option-selling campaign is to focus on stable, blue-chip companies trading for good prices. It's even better to focus on blue-chip companies trading near historically significant "price floors." Top 10 Safest Companies To Invest In Right Now: … Continue reading

[ May 13, 2014 | Author: admin | Views: 68360 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

Among the investment products advisors recommend to their clients, mutual funds and exchange-traded funds top the list. ETFs in particular are a popular product for thier tax-favored status — but how precisely are they taxed? What are the exceptions to the general rules? And what about dividends from mutual funds or real estate investment trusts? If you’re looking for detailed answers to these and other questions, read on.  One of the advantages of owning ETFs is their tax efficiency.  ETFs enjoy a more favorable tax treatment than mutual funds due to their unique structure. Mutual funds create and redeem shares with in-kind transactions that are not considered sales. As a result, they do not create taxable events. However, when you sell an ETF, the trade triggers a taxable event. Whether it is a long-term or short-term capital gain or loss depends on how long the ETF was held. In the … Continue reading

[ May 13, 2014 | Author: admin | Views: 71685 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

Among the investment products advisors recommend to their clients, mutual funds and exchange-traded funds top the list. ETFs in particular are a popular product for thier tax-favored status — but how precisely are they taxed? What are the exceptions to the general rules? And what about dividends from mutual funds or real estate investment trusts? If you’re looking for detailed answers to these and other questions, read on.  One of the advantages of owning ETFs is their tax efficiency.  ETFs enjoy a more favorable tax treatment than mutual funds due to their unique structure. Mutual funds create and redeem shares with in-kind transactions that are not considered sales. As a result, they do not create taxable events. However, when you sell an ETF, the trade triggers a taxable event. Whether it is a long-term or short-term capital gain or loss depends on how long the ETF was held. In the … Continue reading

[ May 10, 2014 | Author: admin | Views: 64643 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

The Federal Reserve has released its year-end reading of household net worth, as well as domestic nonfinancial debt, for 2013. The good news is that this is a record high. The bad news is that not everyone is participating. Still, household and nonprofit net worth was $80.664 trillion at the end of 2013. The 2013 year-end report represents a gain of $3 trillion from the third quarter of 2013, and a gain of $9.8 trillion for the entire year when compared to 2012. The gain was driven by a $5.6 trillion increase in the value of directly and indirectly held corporate equities, as well as a $2.3 trillion bump in the value of real estate. Domestic nonfinancial debt outstanding was $42 trillion at the end of 2013, of which household debt was $13.1 trillion, nonfinancial business debt was $13.6 trillion and total government debt was $15.3 trillion. Domestic nonfinancial debt … Continue reading

[ May 8, 2014 | Author: admin | Views: 76054 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

With shares of Dell (NASDAQ:DELL) trading around $13, is DELL an OUTPERFORM, WAIT AND SEE or STAY AWAY? Lets analyze the stock with the relevant sections of our CHEAT SHEET investing framework: T = Trends for a Stock’s Movement Dell is a global information technology company that offers its customers a range of solutions and services delivered directly by Dell and through other distribution channels. The company operates in four segments: Large Enterprise, Public, Small and Medium Business, and Consumer. Dell serves a wide range of customers: global and national corporate businesses; educational institutions, government, health care, and law enforcement agencies; small and medium-sized businesses; and end users. Through its four segments, Dell is able to provide information technology products to a growing user base around the world. As economies continue to develop, look for a company like Dell to provide important technology products for years to come. T = … Continue reading