Andy Sanders

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4 Signs That QE 4 Will Happen in 2015

The U.S. stock market is forming a big top, which will be followed by a big correction. To save the U.S. stock market from a potential bear market, the Federal Reserve will launch QE 4 in 2015. Here’s why. 1. The Federal Reserve definitely will not raise rates. Janet Yellen will not raise rates – that much is guaranteed. Going against the chorus of regional Bank presidents calling for a rate hike, Yellen remains dovish and is using every excuse…

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4 Things That Turned Me Into a Successful Investor

When getting started with investing, it can be difficult at first finding a strategy that brings success. There are so many different investing strategies you can try.  There are so many decisions made in investing.  It is easy at first to go down the wrong path or to make decisions that ultimately hurt us rather than help. When I first started investing, I had dreams of getting rich quick.  Because of those dreams, I got caught up in many different…

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Futures Contract Rollover

Today is March 14th and  futures contract rollover day, when traders rollover to the next futures contract month which is June, 2014. The new symbol for the S&P 500 is ESM14, which is again the June contract.. The contracts expire on the third Friday of the said month but traders and hedge funds start switching contract symbols which then gives them a fresh new three months. There are 4 different contract symbol  changes in the course of a year, March,…

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Dividend Growth Investing Not For Everyone

I’m an advocate of dividend growth investing as a great strategy to help investors reach an ultimate goal of financial independence.  Building up a portfolio of assets (shares of dividend growth stocks) that pay out an annually increasing amount of passive income (dividends) is one of the greatest ways to reach a point where you no longer have to rely on wage income to cover your living expenses.  If you stick to a well thought out plan, eventually you will…

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Commonly used Investment Terms

Commonly used Investment Terms For people who want to start investing or just busy, it can be difficult to know what the technical terms (concepts) of investing. Therefore you will find below a list of concepts in each case, the most common and important concepts. The concepts are explained in a short and understandable language. The following categories will offer: Personal Information Titles If Classes of shares The Cost Revenue Personal Information You decided at which (internet) broker or bank…

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Are Drips Suitable For You?

Dividend reinvestment plans, or DRIP, is an investment opportunity that a company offers to the shareholders. Instead of receiving directly the money, the dividend cash is deposited in a brokerage account, in the dividend payment day, and used automatically to buy new shares to the same company. This financial product is designed for investors who are interested in safe, long-term investments. Through dividend reinvestment plans, most companies allow to the stockholders to buy new shares without paying a commission and…

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