'In the investing blog, I seek to help you take sound investment decisions free from emotion by sharing my objective insights on markets, sectors, and companies.'
Sam Subramanian PhD, MBA
Editor, AlphaProfit MoneyMatters
Multiple times winner of Hulbert Financial's # 1 Rank
Which sectors are poised for strong EPS growth this quarter when total corporate profits are forecasted to shrink year-over-year?
Real estate funds and real estate ETFs are leading the market. What is the outlook for Fidelity Real Estate and real estate ETFs?
To increase your odds of selecting winners and avoiding losers, learn which sectors are expected to show strong earnings growth in 2015.
The best performing Fidelity Select Fund on average beats the S&P 500 by 48% each year. Which Fidelity Select Fund will be 2015's best performer?
Which markets should you avoid and which markets should you invest in 2015?
Which sector funds and sector ETFs should you invest during the 3Q 2014 earnings report season?
Investors often question if they should invest in ETFs or mutual funds. They both have their pros and cons. The answer here can however surprise you.
AlphaProfit's disciplined sector rotation helps to keep emotion in check and enables investors to prosper.
Chloe Lutts, Editor of Dick Davis Digest interviews Sam Subramanian. Discover how you can prosper with Samís unique investment strategy. Learn more about Sam.
Fidelity Select funds offer the potential for earning sizzling returns. Learn to pick winning Fidelity Select funds with unmatched levels of perfection.
Avoid mistakes investors commonly make when selecting sector ETFs and learn to pick the best sector ETF consistently.
Learn to pick winning sector mutual funds consistently and avoid mistakes investors commonly make when selecting sector funds.
What does Fidelity's less burdensome holding period requirement for commission-free trades of no load, no fee mutual funds mean for investors?
The 2008 financial crisis has not slowed China's growth. However, investments in China have performed poorly. Is now the right time to invest in China?