5 Reasons Why You Should Use a Stock Market Simulator
Apr03

5 Reasons Why You Should Use a Stock Market Simulator

Stock Market Simulation: Best Of Both Worlds A stock market simulator let’s you “trade” on the markets without risking your real money. Which is great because, let’s face it, most of us are downright freaked out about investing our hard-earned cash in the stock market. We’ve convinced ourselves that buying stocks is akin to gambling — and that we’ll inevitably lose it all. However, let’s...

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5 Incredible Books Investors Need to Read
Mar30

5 Incredible Books Investors Need to Read

When you start getting interested in investing, sometimes it can be difficult to figure out what to do first. You don’t really know what you need to know or where to find what you need to know. If you have a short attention span, then SprinkleBit’s investing education portal can provide a pretty comprehensive starting point. It will give you the basics that you need to understand what investing is all about. But inevitably, not every...

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Earnings Calendar Q2 – Top 20 – Week of July 13th – 17th
Jul09

Earnings Calendar Q2 – Top 20 – Week of July 13th – 17th

Date Company Ticker What Time EPS Estimate Mean Target Price Tuesday 7/14/15 Johnson & Johnson JNJ Before Market Open $1.69 $110 7/14/15 JPMorgan Chase & Co JPM 07:00 am ET $1.44 $72 7/14/15 Las Vegas Sands Corp LVS After Market Close $0.61 $56 7/14/15 Wells Fargo & Co WFC 08:00 am ET $1.03 $59 7/14/15 Yum! Brands Inc YUM After Market Close $0.63 $93 Wednesday 7/15/15 Bank of America Corp BAC 07:00 am ET $0.36 $18 7/15/15...

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7 Common Stock Classifications You Should Know About
Mar20

7 Common Stock Classifications You Should Know About

Part of being a great investor is to be able to efficiently read and absorb financial news and articles on a daily basis. So, this week in Knowledge Corner we will cover some of the most common stock classifications that are widely used in stock market news coverage.   Blue-Chip Blue-chip stocks is what we call shares of companies that are well known and established nationally. They have a history of paying dividends to their...

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Warren Buffett vs. You
Feb06

Warren Buffett vs. You

As of January of 2015, Warren Buffett has a net worth of $73.1 billion. What you may not know is that Buffett owes a large portion of his wealth to his investing style.  Warren Buffett is the symbolic head for value investing, or as avid fans of the investor would like to call "Buffettology."  Value investing primarily consists of looking for stocks that investors feel are undervalued in the market.  Instead of focusing on present...

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The Novice Investor: Learning the Lingo
Nov07

The Novice Investor: Learning the Lingo

As last week’s task of going beyond the simple Google search of “How to start investing” proved to be a bit easier than expected, I was slightly worried for this week’s challenge. I wondered just how much lingo I had to learn and if the information was even written in layman’s terms for users like myself (with little to no investment knowledge) to clearly understand. Once I logged in and began exploring the website, I found myself...

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