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On April 1, 2011, we asked, “What if there were a way for you to become richer than your wildest dreams in just SECONDS, without even having to lift more than a finger!” With that statement, we flipped our entire investing philosophy on its head, and for one day, we championed a buy-to-sell approach. All you needed was our proprietary ZippyTrade2000 day-trading software, capable of shaving entire seconds off your trading time! Too good to be true? Well, yes. (April Fool!) We at The Motley Fool believe in the power of long-term investing, and that belief has never wavered. It’s an approach that requires discipline — or, in the words of Warren Buffett, “timeline and temperament” — as the key to successful investing. Products and programs touted as magic-bullet shortcuts to wealth are misleading and often dangerously detrimental to your bottom line. Top Warren Buffett Companies To Buy For 2015: … Continue reading

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With shares of Boeing (NYSE:BA) trading around $116, is BA an OUTPERFORM, WAIT AND SEE, or STAY AWAY? Lets analyze the stock with the relevant sections of our CHEAT SHEET investing framework: T = Trends for a Stock’s Movement Boeing is an aerospace company. It focuses primarily on engineering, information technology, research and development, test and evaluation, technology strategy development, environmental remediation management, and intellectual property management. The company operates in five segments: Commercial Airplanes, Boeing Military Aircraft, Network & Space Systems, Global Services & Support, and Boeing Capital Corp. Boeing has lost an important deal with Japan Airlines, which has decided to order 31 Airbus A350 jets in the airlines first ever purchase from Boeings European rival, Bloomberg Businessweek reports. The agreement includes the option for 25 more planes. Boeing has been dominate in Japan for years, but Japan Airlines has suffered more than other airlines from technical issues … Continue reading

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A decision this week by the Labor Department interpreting the consequences of a landmark Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage is sweeping away couples’ fears that their retirement benefits could disappear if they relocate. The ruling, which defines legally married same-sex couples as spouses as it applies to retirement plans regardless of where they live, could also be a major coup for employers, retirement plan sponsors and 401(k) service providers, according to industry observers. Record keepers, in particular, dreaded the prospect of benefits changing every time legally married same-sex couples relocated, while sponsors and providers feared administrative burdens and the risk of litigation. Top Heal Care Stocks To Invest In Right Now: Sigma-Aldrich Corp (SIAL) Sigma-Aldrich Corporation, incorporated in May 12, 1975, is a life science and high technology company. The Company develops, manufactures, purchases and distributes the range of chemicals, biochemicals and equipment available globally and also provides global … Continue reading

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Some of the largest and most powerful companies in the world were created by raising capital in the public markets. Oil companies, utilities, food and beverage, and technology companies have all accessed the public market to fund their day-to-day operations and grow their businesses. By selling all or part of a business in a public offering, companies that go public receive an immediate influx of capital. While this might appeal to some companies, others understand that public ownership comes at a price. By choosing to stay private, they do not have to report to a large group of shareholders and are able to keep their business plans and finances private. Going PublicStartups typically become established as private entities using capital from the owners or outside investors, cash generated from the business and bank loans. When the company’s growth or survival requires more capital than those sources can offer, it may … Continue reading

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LONDON — The summer lull for company news continues while we await the next rush of reports due to start coming through in July. But we do have a few key full-year results to come next week from representatives of varied sectors. Here’s a quick look at three companies due to bring us their annual figures. Berkeley Group (LSE: BKG  ) Wednesday will bring us full-year results from Berkeley Group, the residential-property holding company that offers some classic growth characteristics. Berkeley has raised its earnings per share strongly for the past two years, keeping its price-to-earnings ratio modest and its PEG ratio below 0.7, which is generally considered good value by growth investors. And with forecasts for this year suggesting further EPS growth of nearly 50%, the PEG falls to 0.3. Also, the firm has started paying dividends this year, with an interim payment of 15 pence per share being announced … Continue reading