• Thomson Reuters

    May 9, 2013

    Posted in: General

    It will continue to rise the bag? Many bearish opinions in these weeks. It is natural to hear after hikes of 100% in the Russell 2000 comprising 2,000 shares of low capitalization of the index Russell 3000, or the S & P500 with 70% from the floor in March 2009. Companies in United States are with good prospects and should extend the rally for several reasons. Cash are sitting on cash, after being detached from active batteries, reorganized its structures and sacked staff last year seeking to reduce its high costs, proportionally higher than their pre-crisis operating costs. Money that can distribute as dividends, invest by buying businesses and companies at depressed prices.

    Inventories and because they sought to reduce costs, reduced inventories, i.e. that consumed much of their stocks, having these dropped more than 60 percent. In the short term we must replenish stock and business units be refocused to production, achieving better earnings in the coming months. Balance sheets closed a quarter and approaching the publication of balance sheets of companies, and prospects are growth and profits. It is expected that the companies of the S & P500 report growth in earnings of about 35% over the year past, far higher than the historical average of 7% – 8%, according to Thomson Reuters. And the ratio of companies preanunciando negative versus positive profits, typically from 2 to 1, is just 1.3 to 1 currently. Stimulus package the billions poured into the economy through the Government of Barack Obama stimulus plan has not been spent yet in its entirety, and have been used to buy mortgages, continue reading investment and you do will look at out how others make money investing? Are you tired of not knowing where to invest your money? In which sector, in which company, in what market, at what time? For just $12.50 a month ($ 150 per year) can be accessed to buy companies with a strong bullish potential in the values of New York (Wall Street).

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