Corso di inglese per la finanza – lezione 28

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Corso di inglese per la finanza – lezione 28


Corso di inglese per la finanza – lezione 28



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questa settimana parleremo delle 10 cose che bisogna assolutamente sapere sul trading e lo faremo in Ingleseee!!! ARE YOU READY?


Sounds so simple right? And yet investing is a rare part of our financial lives where things getting cheaper feels like a bad thing. Few consumers are lamenting cheaper prices at the pump amid the collapse in oil prices over the last year and a half, yet a moderate market fall is treated as the death knell for the bull market.

2) There Is No Such Thing As A Sure Thing

Oil prices at $100 a barrel are here for the long haul; Alibaba is a world-beating juggernaut that can’t be stopped; Just tWO examples of story lines once taken as gospel that have been shot full of holes.

A word to the wise: the conventional wisdom isn’t always wrong, but it frequently has terrible timing. Some of the stock market’s best investors over the long term have placed their biggest bets on companies out of favor or during times of market stress.

3) Get Familiar With Filings

While some investors might think they have a sixth sense for finding good companies, the rest of us have to do our homework. There’s no better starting point than the regular filings public companies make with the SEC, which are required to detail everything from company finances to potential conflicts and risk factors.

The annual 10-K includes the most information, ranging from quarterly and annual financial numbers to descriptions of business lines and management commentary on growth opportunities and costs. Regulatory filings will also detail any senior management changes, acquisitions, and stock transactions by executives or board members.

All filings for U.S. public companies, and foreign companies that list on U.S. exchanges, can be found online through the SEC’s EDGAR system.


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