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[*] posted on 8-9-2017 at 04:56


Value investing or trading

The trader buys quickly no matter what and quickly sells again. Value investing is uninteresting for the trader.
Value investing is only intended for investors, which don't know a PG, but Procter & Gamble.
A trader only examines the charts and indicators. He often buys a ticker because this ticker shows the "buy signal" today, and he doesn't know how the company is called.
On the other hand, a value investor examines less charts and almost never indicators. But he investigates the ratios P/E, P/B, P/S, P/C, dividend yield. In the past 12 years, how were growing earnings, revenues and dividends. He's investigating the debt of the company.
And he buys only cheap stocks of companies which the competition does not harm and in the long run increase their sales, earnings and dividends.
He intends to hold the shares: 1 year or to the overvaluation or forever, so that as pensioner he has better income from dividends than the pension from insurance.
A value investor hates the lies in the media: "Investors are nervous" and "Investors have taken profits" if the Dow Jones loses 1% or 3%, because this cause trading machines and no investors.
A value investor does not buy shares with "recommendation buy" in financial magazines. Because this is always just paid advertising or silly jokes from the editors.
And which stock is favorable?: with P/E under 15, P/B under 3, P/S under 3, P/C under 15. In the financial crisis around 2009 however the bank shares were favorable also with P/E N.A. or P/E 1000, it was enough to have P/B under 3 and P/S under 3.
The dividend yield is pleasant between 3% and 8%.
If you want to sell shares after 1 year, should be expected earnings growth more than 30% in the year, it means PEG under 0.5.
If you want to keep shares forever for dividends, earnings growth, sales growth and dividend growth should be achieved around 10% annually in the last 12 years. Or in the 12 years before the crisis, 1995-2007, if it are banks. Because around 2009 you had to allow to the banks to be some years without dividends and have negative earnings.
A value investor never uses a stop loss order. Because he wants to sell after 1 year with an ordinary profit, or after 3 years, never sell with loss, or he wants to hold shares forever for dividends.
And the debt: the debt should not be higher than the stockholders' equity. It is rare to buy stocks if liabilities are 3x higher than stockholders' equity and that is the maximal debt which you should tolerate. For bank, however it is different because the money of clients on accounts is counted as liabilities of the bank, often liabilities of banks are 10x or 20x higher than the stockholders' equity.




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Buy and hold strategy is not dead

The "buy and hold strategy" is not dead, says the Edward Zajac from Henderson, Nevada, United States. In Great Britain, United States and Sweden is the interest in shares several times stronger than in central Europe. Many Americans and British improve their pension with stock dividends. The Americans deal with shares at early age. Edward Zajac (born 1916) bought shares for the first time in 1937, when he was 21 years old. These were the shares of Petroleum & Resources Corp. He invests rationally and buys only undervalued stocks. At 73 years he earned 2,5 million USD in shares. Converted to euro it is not much. But he can improve it, he is only 94 years old in 2010. His rules are: Invest only in companies with attractive products! Buy only shares, of which the funds and institutions own at least 25%! Don't buy any shares close to their two-year-high! The P/E ratio must be under 16. The dividend return must be over 2% and the dividend must be paid continuously at least 10 years! Don't buy any shares on credit! Avoid the puts, calls, futures and modern banking products! Don't play with anything, where the chance against you is greater than for you! The financial crisis 2008 survived Edward Zajac without losses. He didn't sell anything at a loss. He is ready to hold his shares 5-10 years, because he is only 94 years old.

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[*] posted on 9-9-2017 at 09:10


The Polish Warren Buffett

The Polish equivalent of Warren Buffett was 2014 the 97 year old nurse Stephanie Mucha from Buffalo, USA. She made millions with shares on the stock exchange. Stephanie Mucha was the third of six children of German-Polish parents in America. The family was so poor that four girls had to share one bed. She's been saving every penny to invest it in the stock market and created until today the worth of 5.5 million u.s. dollars. This childless millionaire lives modestly in a two-room apartment in a small house across from the University of Buffalo, Niagara, state of New York. Ms. Mucha donated three million dollars on higher education scholarships in favour of Polish immigrants in the United States. Ms. Mucha has the aim to give the school on scholarships to a total of 6 million, before she will die.

Stephanie Mucha tells:
"The most important lesson from the stock exchange is the fact that there you can get rich. You must only use your head. In the years of the great depression I have worked as a maid at a house of one doctor. During dinner I listened to what was said. Investments in shares and diamonds have always been the topic of talks. So I realized that the stock change is a way to build wealth. My husband and me first invested together. Since his death I invest myself. When he died in 1985, we had 300.000 in shares. Currently it is 5.5 million. It is extremely important to know that women are capable to care alone for finances.
My family had nothing to do with the stocks. My parents owned a textile shop and all the items were bought on credit. When came the stock market crash, people stopped to shop with us. That is why I, together with other three siblings went to work, so that we do not lose our house. I earned first as a nurse in a hospital for war veterans 2.500 dollars a year. In 1994, before I retired, it was 23.000 dollars a year. I had the feeling that the US economy is growing, it gives me confidence in the stock market. Because if there are still more Americans who eat, drive cars and need medical care, then also lead businesses well.
During the stock market crash, I hold the shares, but I don't feel good. In my years on the stock exchange, I was often uncertain and nervous. But every time I recovered and survived. My husband and I are often arguing about the stock. I wanted to have our money in safety, but he wanted to stay in the stock market. 1972 the stock market collapsed and we had 150.000 dollars in shares. Luckily my husband prevailed and after the collapse the value of our portfolio increased to 240 000 dollars. When the man died, I sold our rings for 2.700 dollars and the money invested in stocks. I also rented one bedroom of my house to the nurse. Also this money I invested into stocks.

My best investment: 1958 was Wilson Greatbatch in our hospital, the inventor of the pacemaker of the heart. When Greatbatch sold his patent in 1961 to Medtronic, we bought 50 shares with a price of 5.11 dollars. Later we bought more shares and those shares grew to a value of 459.000 dollars. Most of the shares I donated to the school, but I still have 300 shares of Medtronic.
My occupation inspired me when investing. People are getting older and are taking more and more medication. That's why I bought 50 shares of Pfizer, 50 from Merck, 50 Johnson & Johnson, 50 Abbott and 50 Glaxo Smith Kline. I also have shares of tobacco companies Philip Morris and Lorillard.
Alone, I don't come on my ideas. In the early 1960's I was in the hospital in the investment club. We met once a month and then gave each of us a 100 dollars in stocks. An Indian doctor was talking about the share of the company Intel. I bought it, then privately. But, how the position grew on the 3.000 dollars, my broker called me and advised to sell. So I sold and I missed the profit of 1.000.000 dollars.
I stick to the rule of the buy-and-hold and I hold stocks for a long time. But if the company does not grow, I sell the shares. For example, I had the shares of bio-supermarket-chain Whole Foods, because I believe in good food. When the price doubled, then I sold. There was too much competition. I have also the shares of Pepsi-Cola and Coca-Cola. From the technology stocks own only Apple.

Now I am so old that I'm afraid of making mistakes. The exchange is today cruel with their extreme movements up and down. I don't own a computer and trade over the phone. When my accountant told me, that his broker earned 36% over the last year, when I myself only 11%, I began to use this broker. Also, I myself recommended to the broker to shares of Bayer for himself. Therefore, he bought them. Now I call him several times a week.
My goal is to do charity in the world. Money brings me closer to that goal. Also, my husband with everything what we don't need, helped to young Polish people in the USA to educate. He grew up as an orphan in Poland once. His dream to become an engineer could not realize and worked as a machinist. Also, I'm helping to other people through scholarships for education. As a child, I was treated in the family for a silly. I had a problem with learning. I can't believe that I became the richest of the six children with great detachment." Said Stephanie Mucha

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Shares for children
If I would be poor and my kid will want to own shares and receive dividends, I would open for him an account, where is the account for free and for children allowed. I would buy for him: 1 share of Royal Dutch Shell (25,00 USD), 1 share BHP Billiton (15,90 USD), 1 share Telefonica (10,90 USD), 2 shares Iberdrola (2 x 6,70 USD), 2 shares Banco Santander (2 x 5,90 USD). All together, it costs only 78 dollars and some dollars for the 5 buy orders. If these stocks are not available on the American stock exchange, I would not buy them as the certificate ADR on NYSE, I would buy them as the original shares on the German stock exchange Xetra.
The child should have the password for a free account, only to watch there how the shares are growing, where the shares are not bought. And the child should not have the password for the account, where the shares will be bought and stored, so that it cannot sell the shares for 5-10 years.
Certainly it is disadvantageous to have from each shares just one piece or two, but after a few years, when the child will be adult and receive a salary, then it can buy more pieces from each one share. And also find and buy shares from 15 other companies. But today cost the shares AT&T, Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble, Pfizer, United Technologies, Wells Fargo and Cisco Systems more than 32 USD. The shares JNJ, PG and PFE are also with P/E, P/B or P/S too expensive. And so I came to the 5 cheap shares from Europe.
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[*] posted on 10-9-2017 at 02:57


Who is mister Yu
Daniel Yu, Korean born 1982 in the USA, is good at math. He studied at the University of Massachusetts. He bought shares for one asset management company. In the year 2008 he lost a lot of money in shares of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, when the companies were nationalized and the shares fell.
In the year 2012 Daniel Yu founded his own firm - Gotham City Research, to issue a negative analysis of smaller companies and to earn on the short selling of their shares, where he borrows shares and sells, publishes negative messages and then buys fallen, cheap shares and returns to their owner.
Shares of several smaller companies in the USA, Spain, Germany and elsewhere 2012-2017 dropped almost in half, thanks to this manipulation by Gotham City Research and Daniel Yu.
The last time it hit the German holding Aurelius with 2 billion dollar market capitalization. The stock was cheap with P/S 1.1 and still dropped in half from 28.3. to 29.3.2017, thanks to lies by Daniel Yu.
This complex manipulation of stock prices for the purpose of profit with the short selling of shares is not so easily punishable as with the publication of one simple sentence: ''The company is cheating with balances.'' or ''The company is threatened with bankruptcy.". Daniel Yu published his conjecture on 68 pages that the balance sheets of the holding Aurelius seem faulty. And he earned with the short selling of shares.
And then the boss of holding Aurelius said that in the company is everything all right and the stock fallen in half again quickly grew, from the decline of -50% was soon the decline of -30%.




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How to become a millionaire
It is easy. Somebody gets for his work so much money that he needs just to save money some days or some years, to have one million together. Somebody gets so little money for his work that he can not have 12 years holidays, any car, nor a woman. He must save 13.000 dollars a year and buy reasonable priced blue chip shares with dividends. Later, with help of dividends, he will have 220.000 dollars in 12 years invested in the shares. After other 20 years the shares can be worth one million dollars. And you can buy just the shares from Dow Jones, Eurostoxx50, Stoxx50 and DAX, with P/E < 15, P/B < 3, P/S < 3, dividend yield > 3%, from companies with growing earnings.
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[*] posted on 14-9-2017 at 07:43


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The criminal manipulation on the Nasdaq stock exchange

A fraudster from Goldman Sachs said a nonsense about the technology stocks on Friday 9 June 2017. And the stupid media published this lie around the world, without to get money from Goldman Sachs bank for the publication. Because of this lie, stupid commercial machines and day traders around the world sold the tech. shares. When the American stock exchanges Nasdaq and NYSE opened, the silly speculative stock Apple lost 7% for some minutes. And for some minutes fell the silly expensive tech. shares: Amazon -9%, Facebook -7%, Netflix -11%, Tesla -6%, Twitter -7%. And the traders of Goldman Sachs earned with put or short speculation a lot of money for their bank on Friday. Afternoon, when the stock exchanges closed, these shares were only half so deep like in the morning.
I should never buy these silly shares. They are speculative, expensive a have no dividends (except Apple). But I want to hold forever my tech. shares only for dividends. The prices, plus or minus of my shares, I see only on the last day of the year, or if I buy some more pieces of my shares. In my 20-shares-portfolio are 5 tech. shares: AT&T, BMW, Cisco Systems, Telefonica, United Technologies. I don't use stop loss orders.
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[*] posted on 23-9-2017 at 14:23


Procter and Gamble and Buffett

They write in the newspaper: Who bought 30 years ago for $5.000 shares of Procter & Gamble (PG), he gets this year $5.000 dividend. Dividend yield grew in 30 years to 100%. Therefore, about 12% annually grew the dividend. Who reinvested all the dividends, he bought for them other PG shares, the $5.000 in share grew up today to a few million dollars in that PG share. Only if they don't lie in the newspaper.

I have shares from 25 companies and every share bought for more than 5.000 dollars, I've been holding every share for 2 years to 10 years yet, and 21 shares I want to keep forever. Among them is also the share of PG.

And from the old age and from billions confused Warren Buffett all shares of PG already sold, bought the sick IBM, then sold the IBM again. No one should think of him as the best investor in the world, and no one should take his current words seriously when he makes so crazy things.




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The incredible story of Anne Scheiber

In 1944 at age 50 Anne Scheiber invested $5.000 in stocks. Upon her death in 1995 Scheiberís estate was worth $22 million dollars, which represented an annual average growth of 22.1% on her investment. In comparison, billionaires Peter Lynch and Warren Buffett had average growths of 29.2% and 22.7% and the S&P 500 posted returns of 12.4% annualy.
Mrs. Scheiberís top 10 stockholdings were worth close to $6.2 million. The stocks were as follows: Schering-Plough 64.000 shares, PepsiCo 27.000 shares, Allied Signal 20.934 shares, Lowes 14.061 shares, Bristol-Myers Squibb 10.080 shares, Coca-Cola 9.480 shares, Allegheny Power System 8.000 shares, Rockwell International 4.640 shares, Unocal 3.690 shares and Exxon 1.664 shares.
Anne Scheiber followed eight investment strategies to become a multi-millionaire. The strategies were as follows: invest in blue chip stock, invest in companies with growing earnings, capitalize in the popularity of companies (like Peter Lynch), use dollar cost averaging, reinvest dividends, never sell, stay informed about invested companies and defer tax by investing tax-exempted bonds. At the time of her death at 101 years of age Ann Scheiber had 60% in stock, 30% in bonds and 10% in cash. Mrs. Scheiber left her entire estate of $22 million dollars to Yeshiva University in New York City.
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We like value investing, to buy shares cheaply, with P/E below 15, P/B below 3.0, P/S below 3.0. If we want to sell the shares after one year with a profit, the enterprise or bank should expect that the earnings will grow more than 20% in the next 4 quarters. Also, the dividend should be paid, because even stocks with growth potential may be a year in the red and then it is boring, to be one year without dividend. In retirement, we want to receive an income higher from dividends than from the pension insurance. Here we will buy cheaply blue chip shares from old and large enterprises and banks, which the past 12 years approximately 10% per year increased revenues, earnings and dividends. When we buy these shares, they must have a dividend yield over 3.0% and we will keep them forever. After us, our kids will inherit them. Most of these shares are in the indices Dow Jones, Eurostoxx50, Stoxx50 and DAX.




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