Cabot Wealth Advisory
The best investment advice I can give to young investors is to start early. The second best advice I can give is to read a lot. Jesse Livermore, Benjamin Graham, Peter Lynch, the Market Wizards series, works on crowd psychology. You should never stop learning, because you can never truly master the investing business. Third, keep records of your trades, noting not only what you did but why.
I just read a piece by Mitch Zacks, titled 3 Common Investing Mistakes. And mistake number two was market timing.
Two quotes that pertain to investing the most are: "It's Hardest to Keep Things Simplest" and "Simplicity is the Ultimate Sophistication."
Last week I received a response “I await your next column: Lincoln: the man, the city, and the car.” So here it is.
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This Chinese social media company is the 10th in Tim Lutts' series of Best Revolutionary Stocks.
The company is growing sales and earnings at triple-digit rates, and the stock has stormed back toward its old peak. I wouldn't plow in here, but a low-volume pullback toward 40 could be worth a nibble.
Yum! Brands has the global breadth to cushion a pullback in any national market. But it's banking on its Chinese operations—which delivered 36% of 2011 revenue—to keep delivering growth. The stock's 1.7% forward annual dividend yield is also attractive.
The largest Internet video website in China.
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