collected by :Dicson Walt
Even if you invest for the long haul, there are several ways you could potentially lose your money in the stock market.
I’ve written before about day trading, and how it’s one of the easiest ways to lose all of your money in the stock market.
Invest with emotionTo be fair, this isn’t really a way you’re going to lose money.
And this is a way to “lose” $350,000 over 30 years by not investing with the proper patience and objectivity.
I’m talking about buying out-of-the-money calls in the hopes that the stock price rises, or buying out-of-the-money puts to bet against a stock.
as mentioned in
Where Stock Market Returns Really Come From
Stock Market ReturnsStock market returns can come from only 3 sources:Dividends Increase in P/E ratio Increase in earnings-per-shareNote: The above is a bit of a simplification for points 2 and 3.
The idea is that valuation multiple growth and per-share intrinsic value growth increase the share price.
This isn’t always measured in earnings or the P/E ratio, but those are the most common metrics used.
An increase in the P/E ratio means the perception of the business has improved – fairly or unfairly.
The 8 Rules of Dividend Investing factor in value, growth, dividends, and safety to find great dividend paying businesses trading at fair or better prices.
as mentioned in
What Happened in the Stock Market Today — The Motley Fool
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Vail Resorts gets help from CanadaShares of Vail Resorts jumped almost 5% after the company posted surprisingly strong fiscal second-quarter earnings results.
Ulta Beauty’s beat and raiseUlta Beauty stock rose nearly 5% after the spa and beauty retailer beat sales growth estimates for the fourth consecutive quarter.
Vail Resorts (NYSE:MTN) and Ulta Beauty (NASDAQ:ULTA) stocks both broke away from broader indexes after the companies announced solid quarterly earnings results.
“The Ulta Beauty team delivered outstanding fourth quarter results,” CEO Mary Dillon said in a press release, “capping an exceptional year of sales and earnings growth.”