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9 Best Yielding Money Center Banks Below Book Value

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Stocks from the money center banks industry still have tough times. Three years after the Lehman collapse, there is still pressure on the banking sector. The investment banking divisions are weak, equity efforts are higher and it is harder to make money at low interest rates in struggling economies. The current unattractiveness of the industry can also be an opportunity for cyclic investors.

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Which Of The Stocks With Recent Dividend Hikes Would You Buy?

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The Best Stocks With Dividend Growth From Last Week 6/2012. In total, 33 stocks and funds raised dividends of which 20 have a dividend growth of more than 10 percent. The average dividend growth amounts to 18.79 percent. The biggest hike was announced by Mastercard (MA) and Assured Guaranty (AGO). Both companies showed a growth of 100 percent.

Apple is about to offer a dividend.

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Answer 57917

In economics, a dead cat bounce is a small, brief recovery in the price of a declining stock.[1] Derived from the idea that "even a dead cat will bounce if it falls from a great height", the phrase, which originated on Wall Street, is also popularly used to any case where a subject experiences a brief resurgence during or following a severe decline.

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Read more at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dead_cat_bounce

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Answer 57262

A surge in the price of stocks that often occurs in the week between Christmas and New Year's Day. There are numerous explanations for the Santa Claus Rally phenomenon, including tax considerations, happiness around Wall Street, people investing their Christmas bonuses and the fact that the pessimists are usually on vacation this week.

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Answer 50804

A pump and dump scheme is where a group of people acquire a lot of shares in a very inexpensive company. Then they artificially hype the company via message boards and message boards. They will typically take a non-noteworthy news story and blow it out of proportion. Maybe a drug passed a certain stage in trials with the FDA that is inconsequential. All the unsuspecting victims will pile in and buy up the stock causing the price to go through the roof, since the stock price is so low. The people operating the pump and dump will unload their shares on the way up. Then everyone realizes that the news was not news at all, and the price starts to crash back down. The ones who don't have a stop loss, and hold on until the last minute are referred to as the "bagholders".

I hope this helps. My only recommendation is to stay away from very low priced stocks (aka penny stocks).

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