Get The Top 3 Best Dividend Paying Stocks In Spanish Market

Get The Top 3 Best Dividend Paying Stocks In Spanish Market

Spain is fourth largest Euro zone country according to population and economy size. Spain gives it’s two way look to investors as one side of it shows the investors like economy is just on it’s edge of collapse with an unsustainable deficit of resources, non-competitive economy and financial crisis. However the second pictures that makes people confused about investing in Spain as it’s completely opposite to what I said above. Read more

How To Get The Highest Return For The Least Amount Of Money

How To Get The Highest Return For The Least Amount Of Money

High returns are all about percentage gains. Whenever you talk to someone who is involved in investing, never be concerned about how much actual money they are making with their methods.

Instead you should be more concerned with the rate of return or percentage return of their methods.

If someone is making $10,000 per month but they need $200,000 to do it, that translates into a monthly return of 5%.

On the other hand if someone is making $10,000 per month but they only need $10,000 to do it, then that is a return of 100%.

You would care about this percentage more because with this (100% return) method you could take that $200,000 and make $200,000 per month.

Hopefully this gives you an idea of why percentages are more important than actual dollar amounts. Read more

Assessing the Cost of Stocks using the Gordon Model

Assessing the Cost of Stocks using the Gordon Model

    The Gordon Model

    According to the Gordon growth model, the future prices of stocks that distribute dividends have little to do with current prices and more to do with expected cash flow. The idea is investors who choose these stocks do so with the expectation of ever-increasing dividend payments in addition to the companys growth. Read more

So You Want Cash To Grow On Trees?

So You Want Cash To Grow On Trees?

Don’t we all? If I had a nickel for every time my father uttered, “You think money grows on trees?”, I wouldn’t need one of those trees. Money may not grow on trees but there is potential for it to be “grown”. Part of any good cash management system involves “growing” your money. In other words, putting the cash that you do have to manage in some type of an investment account. Read more