There is no universal rule investors use to predict the price of stocks. However, experienced investors do follow specific trends that influence stock prices now and in the future, explains Investopedia. More »

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There is no one mathematical technique or formula that can be used to accurately predict the price of a stock, states Forbes. However, investors use financial statements, price/earnings ratios and other pieces of informa... More »

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At least in the short-term, no one can reliably predict the future performance of Apple or any other stock, says U.S News and World Report. Events regularly contradict stock predictions from respected Wall Street analyst... More »

As of 2015, Nasdaq lists information on upcoming stocks that perform stock splits such as 2-for-1 where a company cuts the price of each share in half and gives investors more shares, notes Motley Fool. Nasdaq also provi... More »

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When picking penny stocks, investors should evaluate a company's state in respect to dilution, the share price and valuation as depicted in outstanding shares, and the economic sector the company operates in, notes Inves... More »

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Purchasing preferred stocks could provide first-time investors with a higher yield than common stock investing, but the risk associated with these stocks may make the move unwise, according to CBSNews. As with any other ... More »

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An ETF, or exchange traded fund, pools investors’ money together to purchase a diverse collection of stocks or bonds. It is similar to a mutual fund except shares are obtained through a brokerage, just like shares of ind... More »

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