Taming the bull

November 2014
Money Today;Nov2014, p5
The article explains the importance of investing cautiously in the stock market. Caution is given to investors against the risk of smugness or dirty practices adopted by market players to acquire customers. Also discussed are the common mistakes investors make when investing in high-beta and small-capitalizations stocks. Several important points investors must be aware of to avoid frauds and other unethical practices of agents/distributors or brokers are also outlined.


Related Articles

  • It's a good time to let investments ride in the market. Hauke, Keenan // Indianapolis Business Journal;4/19/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p37 

    Reports on the state of stock market investments in the U.S. Market-leading abilities of the mid-cap and small-cap value stocks; Pricing level; Persuasion for investors to sell.

  • KSE belies emerging markets, enjoys 6% return in Jan 2014.  // Ibex;Jan2014, p32 

    The article discusses the condition of the Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) in Pakistan. It provides overview of the six percent growth of the KSE as of January 2014 due to the continued foreign inflows, macro green-shoots, and surge of small capitalization stocks. It also mentions the forecast on...

  • Information Transmission between Small and Large Stock Returns In Kuwait Stock Exchange. Alshimmiri, Turki; Aldihani, Talla // Journal of Global Competitiveness;2006, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p25 

    This study investigates whether there is a feedback effect and/or an information flow between returns of large and small portfolios of stocks traded in the Kuwait stock exchange (KSE). The results support the notion that the continuous flow of information affects stock returns all times and...

  • Fourth Quarter Rally Boosts U.S. Markets. Chaloff, Alex // Investment Management Weekly;2/15/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p2 

    Comments on the U.S. equity market for 2004. Concerns of investors in terms of the economic aspect; Effect of the U.S. presidential elections on the stock market in 2004; Performance of gross domestic product in the country in 2004; Status of small-cap stocks.

  • Pervasiveness of Value Premium: A study on Dhaka Stock Exchange. Rasul, M. Serajur // Asian Journal of Research in Business Economics & Management;Oct2013, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p1 

    This paper provides further evidence on the value premium of Dhaka Stock Exchange from 2000-2009 and a search process involving both price to earnings (P/E) and price to book value (P/B) ratios. The purpose of this paper is to answer the following question: does a value premium exist in Dhaka...

  • International Diversification with Large- and Small-Cap Stocks. Eun, Cheol S.; Wei Huang; Lai, Sandy // Journal of Financial & Quantitative Analysis;Jun2008, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p489 

    To the extent that investors diversify internationally, large-cap stocks receive the dominant share of fund allocation. Increasingly, however, returns to large-cap stocks or stock market indices tend to comove, mitigating the benefits from international diversification. In contrast, stocks of...

  • The stock-picker's dream. Farell, Aidan // Banker Middle East;Oct2013, Issue 155, p52 

    The article examines the significance of the small capitalization (cap) equity for investors. It mentions that aside from having strong risk-adjusted returns, the inefficiency of global small caps relative to large caps creates greater opportunity for investors. It notes the nature of small cap...

  • The Three Roads to the Indian Market. Chaze, Aaron // Equities;Feb2007, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p57 

    The article presents information on how to invest in the stock market in India. Investing through mutual funds may involve dedicated India funds, emerging market funds and exchange traded funds (ETFs). Investors can opt to buy American Depository Receipts (ADRs) of Indian companies part of the...

  • Does the Momentum Strategy Work Universally? Evidence from the Japanese Stock Market. Liu, Chunlin; Lee, Yul // Asia-Pacific Financial Markets;Dec2001, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p321 

    This paper investigates effectiveness of momentum strategies in the Japanese stock market during the period of 1975 to 1997. The main findings of this research are that momentum strategy portfolios which invest in past three-to-twelve month winners and sell past three-to-twelve month losers lose...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics