Bottom-Up Investing

Business / Taxes / Bottom-Up Investing: When you use a bottom-up investing strategy, you focus on the potential of individual stocks, bonds, and other investments. Using this approach, for example, means you pay less attention to the economy as a whole, or to the prospects of the industry a company is in, than you do to the company itself. If your investing method is bottom up, you read research reports, examine the company's financial stability, and evaluate what you know about its products and services in great detail.

Investing

Business / Accounting / Investing: The process of setting money aside to increase wealth over time and accumulate funds for long-term financial goals, such as retirement. MORE

Investing Activities

Business / Accounting / Investing Activities: Transactions and events that involve the purchase and sale of securities (excluding cash equivalents), property, plant, equipment, and other assets not generally held for resale, and the making and co MORE

Momentum Investing

Business / Taxes / Momentum Investing: A momentum investor focuses on stocks that are rising in value on increasing daily volume, and avoids stocks that are falling in price or that are perceived to be undervalued. The logic is that when a MORE

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