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The March 6 market bottom appears enduring. The credit market is easing; corporations have raised nearly $225 billion in debt during the first two months of 2009. Money supply is soaring at a 15.3% annual rate and cash should soon find its way to the stock market. Technical indicators like MACD and RSI on major indexes are demonstrating… Read More »
This article originally appeared in The Motley Fool on December 2, 2004. By explicitly considering the odds of a company growing faster than expected, investors can reduce the agony of watching share price and earnings-per-share trends diverge. Here are some mainstream ideas to get started in the right direction. Buying and holding companies with growing earnings per share… Read More »