Die-hard investors of the beleaguered bank are fighting hard to keep Washington Mutual out of the pockets of greedy short sellers.
Short sellers are notorious for artificially driving down stock prices of otherwise healthy companies — or at least companies that have a fighting chance to pull out of murky waters.
The downfall of financial firms including AIG, Lehman Brothers, Merrill Lynch, including the downward pressure on WaMu and Morgan Stanley are widely beleived to have been at the mercy of unscrupulous short sellers.
1mil asks Yahoo! Answers users: When considering buying a company’s stock, what information do you use to help you make a decision?
If you are just starting out a 401k plan at work then this is for you. Itâ€™s real easy to reap the benefits of a well-made portfolio, without doing all the research and without having to consistently update it. If you just donâ€™t know enough to pick and choose your own stocks (like me) then you have an alternative. Continue reading
In response to my “5 ways to 1-Up Your Investment Strategy“, a few readers suggested that since they had not started investing yet and that they’d like to have some tips on getting started!
Nothing like a weekend break to get your juices flowing about your stock strategies for Monday. So to help out my fellow Weekend Warriors, I’ve constructed a list of 5 investment improving strategies that have helpd me keep my game on point. So if you’re ready, check out my 1-up to give you the umph you need for your financial touchdown. Continue reading
1mil asks Yahoo! Answers users: Tell me about how you got into Rental Properties and any problems/successes you’ve had with them.
I’m always seeking out other people’s opinions when I’m trying to learn something. 1mil asks Yahoo! Answers users: What’s a good way to start investing?
To introduce the formal subject of investing on Millionster and to contribute to the writing contest on My Money Forest, we begin with a fundamental question of investing: Are you ready? We will also introduce what we believe to be general rules of investing as we progress throughout the series. â€” As a matter of fact hereâ€™s one to start you off: