Different ways to use PE ratios when valuating stocks

October 7, 2020 Investing 184 Comments

This post explains how to look at valuation. You will see, that there are a lot of different elements, which make up the fair value. Amongst those are the type of company one is analyzing.

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How to build the best stock portfolio with Portfoliovisualizer

Trading 90 Comments

The market can trick you from time to time. Who wants to make good gains and then give it all back, once the market crashes? Sounds familiar? Read on to learn how to prevent these scenarios and achieve high risk-adjusted returns.

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The different type of risks a stock-trader faces

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Have you put a thought into all the different risks a trader / investor puts on? Read on to discover and implement them all. At the end, I will discuss a wonderful thing about reducing risk.

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What is the best fund to invest in?

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In this post, I will explain how to create a thought-process for a passive fund investment. Funds are not just funds and risk management should be your highest focus-point. These funds have highly outperformed the SPY!

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Need a car? Think twice – this is how much it really costs you

Economics 1 Comment

The two biggest cash thieves are cars and homes. Here I will walk you through, how expensive a decent car really is. It’s much bigger than what most people think.

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Free rental property calculator

Real Estate 1 Comment

Here is a free rental property calculator, which you can use to scan for investment properties. It is actually really simple calculations and you will ensure a great return on equity with a thorough approach.

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Why holding on to a stock is a bad strategy

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This post challenges the idea, that you always should hold on to a stock. Learn how to use trader techniques to profit more!

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Why you should trade the stock market and not invest in it

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This post will explain why I commit capital to trading the stock market and not investing in the stock market.

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