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Wall Street Resources has been providing equity research and investment strategies to investors since 2003. Its specialty is educating investors on its investment management philosophy to combine low risk investments with inflation protection and high growth companies as an alternative to a “blue-chip” buy and hold strategy. The objective is to lower volatility in relationship to risk enabling investors to stay the course during tough economic conditions. This strategy is clearly explained in its proprietary investment guide Fear, Greed, Guts and Glory.
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Wall Street Resources, Inc. Wall Street Resources’ financial publications and investment tools were developed over the last fifteen years by its founder and provide a platform for strategic investment. Instead of spending countless hours searching for ideas and reviewing individual companies, investors can get this information from Wall ...More
Street Resources’ website and concentrate on managing their investments. The website contains valuable investment ideas including stocks under $5.00 breaking out to new highs, stocks under $5.00 with significant insider buying, companies with a marketing capitalization less than $500 million with revenue and earnings growth in excess of 50%, comprehensive research reports on under-followed companies and model portfolios.
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Fear, Greed, Guts & Glory For many people, investing is a very challenging and frustrating task. The Authors have written this investment guide to shed light on an unconventional investment philosophy to increase returns and manage risk. Most people understand, at least theoretically, that investing in the stock market (equities) is ...More
the best way to grow their capital over the long term. On average, over the last hundred years, equities have provided investors with a 9-11% annual return. Despite this long term average return, equities are deemed risky and volatile, and in the short term, this volatility can test an investor’s ability to stay the course, often resulting in costly emotional mistakes (greed vs. fear) that will obliterate returns. Cash, although considered to be safe, only grows at the rate of bank interest, falling somewhere between 0.25%-2.0%, which doesn’t even cover inflation. This means that holding all of your assets in cash is a losing strategy vis-a-vis purchasing power. So the real question is how does an investor find an investment that is safe but yet provides acceptable returns? The preferred method to enhance returns while providing oneself with a relative degree of principal protection is by creating a portfolio that contains both risk free securities, such as a Government Treasury Bill, and risky securities, such as stocks. While it is relatively simple to find and purchase a Treasury Bond or Bill, stock selection is much more tricky. The concept of a Blue Chip stock, a “safe” stock with dependable consistent returns, seems like an archaic idea given the market turmoil experienced over the last ten years with fall of companies such as Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers and General Motors. These household names are no longer a guarantee of modest price appreciation and a recurring source of income from dividends. The problem with these large cap value stocks is that their modest returns are no longer enough to justify the high degree of risk assumed by investing in them. So where does this leave you? There is a better way to invest. Read this guide to learn how.
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