Best Stocks To Buy For 2013: REM

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American firms say air pollution in China is making it difficult to recruit employees from abroad. HONG KONG (CNNMoney) American companies operating in China expect slower revenue growth, investment and expansion this year, according to a survey conducted by the American Chamber of Commerce in China. The tempered expectations underscore just how challenging U.S. firms can find conditions in the world’s second biggest economy. The survey found heightened concerns over intellectual property, the safety of proprietary data and government-sponsored campaigns against foreign firms operating in the country. Forty-one percent of respondents said they felt less welcome in China than before, and only 11% said they felt more at home. The remaining 41% said they detected no change. Best US Stocks To Watch For 2015: Kyocera Corp (KYOCF) KYOCERA CORPORATION mainly develops products for the information and communications market. The Fine Ceramic segment offers semiconductor and liquid crystal manufacturing equipment parts, … Continue reading

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The old adage of risk equaling reward couldn't be truer. It was 2008, and the stock market was in chaos.   Great rewards went to investors who took the risk of stepping into the fray to buy the lows. But during the same time, many investors were practically wiped out because they failed to manage their risks wisely in the highly volatile environment. The stock market today isn't as volatile as it was during the financial crisis. However, the same investing maxim still holds: The greater the risk, the greater the rewards.  Many investors shun risk. These risk-averse investors pile into the safest possible investments in an effort to preserve principal at all costs. This attitude will most likely preserve your portfolio, but it will also greatly decrease your potential for market-beating rewards.  Best Safest Stocks To Own Right Now: SPDR S&P International Consumer Discretionary Sector ETF (IPD) SPDR S&P … Continue reading

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Imagine you've located the perfect stock. Based on your research and intuition, the company will make a very positive impact on your long-term portfolio's bottom line. The only question left is when to buy.  Although timing into the market isn't as important for long holding periods as it is for short-term trading, investors with an eye on the long term can improve results by implementing the trade entry methods of short-term active traders.   The difference is that instead of using minute to hour price timeframes for decision making, the long-term investor will use day or week price timeframes in an attempt to nail the perfect entry level. The perfect entry level is one from which the price barely pulls back, if at all, before taking off on the upside.  There are two schools of thought when it comes to purchasing a stock: momentum and pullback.  Momentum investing is when … Continue reading

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Here at The Motley Fool, I’ve long cautioned investors to keep a close eye on inventory levels. It’s a part of my standard diligence when searching for the market’s best stocks. I think a quarterly checkup can help you spot potential problems. For many companies, products that sit on the shelves too long can become big trouble. Stale inventory may be sold for lower prices, hurting profitability. In extreme cases, it may be written off completely and sent to the shredder. Basic guidelines In this series, I examine inventory using a simple rule of thumb: Inventory increases ought to roughly parallel revenue increases. If inventory bloats more quickly than sales grow, this might be a sign that expected sales haven’t materialized. Is the current inventory situation at Buckeye Technologies (NYSE: BKI  ) out of line? To figure that out, start by comparing the company’s inventory growth to sales growth. How is … Continue reading

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Here at The Motley Fool, I’ve long cautioned investors to keep a close eye on inventory levels. It’s a part of my standard diligence when searching for the market’s best stocks. I think a quarterly checkup can help you spot potential problems. For many companies, products that sit on the shelves too long can become big trouble. Stale inventory may be sold for lower prices, hurting profitability. In extreme cases, it may be written off completely and sent to the shredder. Basic guidelines In this series, I examine inventory using a simple rule of thumb: Inventory increases ought to roughly parallel revenue increases. If inventory bloats more quickly than sales grow, this might be a sign that expected sales haven’t materialized. Is the current inventory situation at Buckeye Technologies (NYSE: BKI  ) out of line? To figure that out, start by comparing the company’s inventory growth to sales growth. How is … Continue reading