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Confused about google portfolio chart

I added a test trade using google finance, buying 1 share of Google stock : At the end of day here is how the portfolio appears : How the the run percentage so high ? 1367.53% is calculated how ...
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588 views

What is an ideal number of stock positions that I should have in my portfolio?

Is there a certain number of stock positions that one should keep in a portfolio? For example what makes more sense ? Option 1: $10,000 spread among 5 solid stocks, if you find new stock then remove ...
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Is the ESPP discount profit?

My employer offers an ESPP program through which we can buy stocks with some discount. Assume the discount is D and the market price in the day when the stock is purchased is P. The stock is purchased ...
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561 views

Are there any online stock portfolio sharing tools?

Are there any online stock portfolio sharing sites that one can use to share access to a portfolio among-st multiple people?
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Official site to follow Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway change in investment holdings?

Recently, from a public web site unofficial source, I found out that Warren Buffet's company Berkshire Hathaway is increasing its stake in Wells Fargo. Is there a web site where I can get official ...
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Online tools for monitoring my portfolio gains/losses in real time?

My request is a simple one... I have about 5 stocks that I own currently and have owned for years now. I want to start trading more actively now but want to make informed decisions on how my stocks ...
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For higher returns, put money in fewer or more ETFs? w/rebalancing in the equation

I'm evaluating my long-term investing strategy. I am somewhat aggressive and want to stick with ETFs. Scenario A 60% Vanguard S&P 500 Index ETF (VOO) 40% Vanguard FTSE All-World Ex-U.S. ETF ...
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Looking for suggestions for relatively safe instruments if another crash were to happen

My current investment strategy involves having 20% as liquid cash, 30% as bonds (aggregate bond fund), and 50% as a mix of domestic and international equity. The stock portion is invested via index ...
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Using stock markets in Europe, how can I buy commodities / resources, to diversify my portfolio?

I am in Europe and I would like to differentiate my portfolio in buying resources, such as oil, sulphuric acid, titanium etc. Of course not in material form, but as stocks. How can I achieve this?
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What percentage of my stock portfolio should be international (non-US) stocks?

I recently read that, based on capitalization, US stocks no longer make up the majority and that to be diversified would mean to hold 50% or more in non-US stocks. Is this good advice?