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March 24th, 2014 No comments
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is up about 166% since the March 2009 market low. With the trillions in stimulus programs from the FED and the Federal government has mostly helped those in the stock market (Chart Credit: Big Charts).

Above: Dow Jones Industrial Average 2009 to Jan 2014

This topic covers investor education with emphases in understanding the stock market.

[15] Anatomy of a Stock Market Sell Off

[14] Channeling Stocks: Does it work or is it hype?

[13] Dollar Cost Averaging

[12] Fraud Watch (general discussion)

Fraud Watch: CARLO JOSEPH INVESTMENTS, INC. (investigative report)

Fraud Watch – Genius Funds (investigative report)

Fraud Watch – OPM Group, Inc. (investigative report)

[11] Full Service or Discount Broker?

[10] Insider Trading – FAQ

[9] Lost Stock Certificate? Inherited Stock? This Can Help.

[8] Market Report (general info)

Market Report: Stocks, Europe and the U.S. Economy

Market Report: Dow Rebounds 423 after Yesterday’s 519 Point Drop

Market Report: Vol 2 – Issue 1: Dow Falls 634 in a Near Perfect Storm

Market Report: Vol 1 – Issue 3

Market Report: Verizon vs AT&T

Market Report: Vol 1 – Issue 1

[7] Market Trends & What is Window Dressing?

[6] Penny Stock Risk (general discussion)

About Penny Stock Risk

2 Cents on 50 Cent’s Twitter Stock Hype

[5] Short Covering Can Feel Like an E-Ticket Attraction

[4] Short Selling

[3] Stocks & Investing: The Wash Sale Rule

[2] Tax Liens

[1] What Are The Odds Of That?

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