Todays Big Stock: Silvercorp Metals Inc Ordinary (SVM)

Silvercorp Metals, Inc. is engaged in the acquisition, exploration, development and mining of high-grade silver-related mineral properties in China and Canada. Silvercorp is the primary silver producer in China through the operation of the four silver-lead-zinc mines at the Ying Mining Camp in the Henan Province of China. Silvercorp is building the GC silver-lead-zinc project in Guangdong Province as its China production base, which will be followed by the third production base at the BYP gold-lead-zinc project in Hunan Province. […]

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What is the world’s most valuable company?

After the stock market closed yesterday, Apple Inc. (AAPL) reported its quarterly earnings. The company easily beat Wall Street’s estimates, which propelled the technology giant’s shares to trade up $30, or 7% after hours. With the stock trading at roughly $453, Apple now has a market capitalization of more than $420 billion. This surpasses Exxon Mobil’s Corp. (XOM) market cap of $418 billion, making Apple the world’s most valuable company. The business that Apple generated in their fiscal first quarter […]

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3 Steps To Fix Bad Credit

Is your credit score where you want it to be? If not, fix it. Credit is a very, very important part of your personal finances and wealth building. Find out how you can fix bad credit here!

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2 Solid Financial Tips From TV Shows

Television shows can often be silly, but sometimes they have sound advice. These two financial tips are actually quite useful and financial knowledge that everyone should have. Get the information here!

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Capital Gains Taxes Are Going Up

The top tax rate on long-term capital gains is currently 15%. That’s why Mitt Romney is spending so much time talking about his tax returns.

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Currency Rally Fades in Overnight Trading

The currency/risk on rally was quite strong yesterday, all day long! However, in the overnight markets, we’ve seen some profit taking, and reassessing of what they were doing, like pushing the euro to above 1.30.

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More Gains for U.S. Manufacturing

In January, the seasonally adjusted composite index of manufacturing activity—our broadest measure of manufacturing—increased nine points to 12 from December’s reading of 3.

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A Foundation to an Investment Philosophy

This is tricky because there have been many exceptions over the years. Actually too many for me to take this rule at face value. When a stock misses earnings by a few pennies and takes a 10% drop selling might be the right thing but it may not.

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Stocks less impressive in President Obama’s third year

U.S. President Barack Obama’s first year in office back in 2009 coincided with one of the biggest one-year rallies in equity market history.  His third year in office, however, was much less agreeable when it comes to stock performance.

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Get Ready for a Stock Market Reversal

This is an updated chart of the Volatility Index (or “VIX”) that I showed you last week… Only this time, it’s plotted along with its Bollinger Bands. Bollinger Bands help define the most probable trading range for a security.

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