Welcome to the May 4, 2008 edition of carnival of equity trading.
Jed Norwood presents Forex Trading Secrets | Building a Profitable Trading Account posted at Forex Strategy Secrets, saying, "This post is relevant to trading in any market. It will help you understand how to build your trading account."
Value Seeker presents Stock Investment Resource: Stock Market Investing Tips - Is Small Cap Value The Key For 2008? posted at Stock Investing, saying, "Small cap value stocks performed poorly in 2007. Will 2008 see a resurgence of small cap value?"
KCLau presents Everything you are looking for about Bursa Malaysia posted at KCLau's Money Tips, saying, "A list of sources for you to learn about stocks and shares"
Raag Vamdatt presents Initial Public Offering (IPO) Modernization - Benefits for small investors :: RaagVamdatt.com :: Financial Planning demystified posted at RaagVamdatt.com - Financial Planning demystified.
Larry Russell presents The Financial Services Industry is Still the Largest S&P 500 Sector - Even after the Collapse of its Stock Values posted at THE SKILLED INVESTOR Blog.The Fund investor presents Why Invest In Mutual Funds? posted at Mutual Fund Investing Tips, saying, "Many people invest in mutual funds without really understanding the benefits of this type of investment vehicle."
Babak presents The Fertilizer Commodity Bubble: Potash (POT) posted at Trader's Narrative, saying, "Back in the glory days of the tech bubble, Nortel's share price went so high that it dragged the Toronto Stock Exchange higher, kicking and screaming. Nortel became the largest capitalization stock at the time on the TSX. Now a very boring stock: Potash - as in #2 (fertilizer) has that honor. But caution! When one stock takes over with such a meteoric rise it is wise to give it a wide berth."
That concludes the Carnival of Equity Trading Edition #4 . Submit your blog article to the Carnival of Equity Trading Edition #5 which is due on 12am EDT May 11, 2008 using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.