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By identifying why the price is falling, you are far better equipped to decide if it is time to sell or purchase additional shares. Read more »  ...

This week’s AAII Sentiment Survey results – April 26, 2012: Bullish: 27.6%, down 3.5 percentage points Neutral: 35.0%, unchanged Bearish: 37.4%, up 3.6 percentage points Historical Averages: Bullish: 39% Neutral: 31% Bearish: 30% Read more »  ...

Live and on-demand financial news on your iPad. Read more »  ...

Expectations for future events are influenced by current conditions as individuals alter their forecast based on prevailing data. Read more »  ...

RssReader is a program that allows users to view, in one dedicated location, all of the RSS feeds they are subscribed to—without cluttering other programs such as Microsoft Outlook. Read more »  ...

This screen searches for companies that meet Town’s “Four Ms”—meaning, moat, management, and margin for safety. Read more »  ...

Commentary: Rally Propels Tech and Financial Funds The first-quarter rally in stock prices led to double-digit gains in most stock fund categories. Technology and financial/banking sectors were particular standouts, with both sectors realizing average gains of nearly 20%. Most...

Date: Wednesday, May 2, 2012 Topic: Can Income Be Increased Without “Yielding” to Temptation and Will Equities Catch a Second Wind? Speaker: Sam Stovall, Chief Equity Strategist, S&P Capital IQ Sam Stovall will explain why he believes that the half-speed growth projection...

A personal finance program, a stock investing site, an IRS Schedule D creator, and a charting tool. Plus, Quicktakes on sites and services you might want to check out. Read more »  ...

A study of newsletter advisers found that most would have achieved better returns if they reduced the number of buy and sell transactions. Read more »  ...