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Greatest Investors of All Time – How Did They Do It and What We Can Learn from Them

There are literally tens of millions of stock market and private investors today. The personal investing revolution has enabled anyone with a few hundred dollars to trade stocks. But we don’t have millions of great investors. Only a select few… Continue Reading →

Fossil (FOSL) – Plenty of Meat on the Bones – 50% Upside

Disclaimer: This is a guest post from Michael Wiggins De Oliveira and Laurent M. Thibeault, and does not reflect the views of CityFALCON and its stakeholders. FOSSIL (NASDAQ-GS:FOSL) Current Price: $31 Target: $50-$55 Background: If you haven’t heard of this company… Continue Reading →

Why the Apple Stock is the Perfect Short for Your Tech Portfolio

Summary: 2016 has been a crazy year on geopolitical and other fronts; Apple has struggled to innovate over the last several years compared to the other technology companies such as Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Tesla; If your portfolio comprises technology… Continue Reading →

The Decline from Demonetisation Provides a Great Opportunity for Long term Investors to Buy India

In continuation to the Indian Government’s reform agenda, PM Modi on November 8, announced immediate demonetisation of Rs. 500 & Rs.1000 notes, in a move to reduce black money in the system, curb funding of illegal activities and address the… Continue Reading →

L.B. Foster: Under the Radar and Undervalued

Disclaimer: This is a guest post from Michael, and does not reflect the views of CityFALCON and its stakeholders. L.B. Foster Co (NASDAQ:FSTR) Date: 10/11/2016 Price: $12 Valuation: Easily $25 Business overview: FSTR is a manufacturer of products for rail,… Continue Reading →

Value Pick – Gulfmark Offshore is a Multibagger to Buy for the Next 2 Years

Disclaimer: This is a guest post from Michael, and does not reflect the views of CityFALCON and its stakeholders. Stock: Gulfmark Offshore (NYSE:GLF) Date: 1/11/2016 Current Market Price: $1.10 Price target over two years: $5 per share, possibly $10-$15 Downside… Continue Reading →

Why and How to Invest in India

Summary India is starting to represent the new breed of high-growth emerging market, as Indian GDP grew by 7.5% in 2015, outpacing Chinese GDP growth (6.0%) for the first time. While China has spent the past several years developing infrastructure… Continue Reading →

Why You Should NOT Invest In Our Upcoming Equity Crowdfunding Round

Our goal is to make our fundraising campaign one of the most transparent crowdfunding campaigns ever…

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Top 30 Financial Stories of H1 2016 On CityFALCON

Following our article on Top 30 Financial Stories of 2015 On CityFALCON we continue monitoring the most important events in the world of finance. The first half of 2016 was not easy. The market…

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Difference Between Stock Market Investing and Trading – Don’t Mix Up the Strategies

This post is inspired by the presentation by Kaushik Punjabi at London Value Investing Club. The content of the post however is the view of the author. Trading Investing Purpose…

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Brexit Is a Major Challenge For UK Banking System

The recent decision made by the UK public to leave the EU brought a wave of uncertainty upon the nation, with investors worried about the potential looming economic implications. With the general consensus prior to the vote that the UK would decide…

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One Trading Strategy After Brexit

Disclaimer – Do your Own Research Our content is intended to be used and must be used for informational purposes only. It is very important to do your own analysis…

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A Value Investor’s Strategy After Brexit

On June 24th, 2016, the geopolitical landscape in Europe shifted in such a way that plunged global markets into chaos. The United Kingdom held a referendum…

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After Brexit, The Way Forward For UK Start-ups

On June 24th, 2016, the geopolitical landscape in Europe shifted in such a way that plunged global markets into chaos. The United Kingdom held a referendum…

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Twitter: An Undervalued Growth Play?

Twitter looks like an undervalued growth play, especially after Microsoft’s acquisition of LinkedIn. Summary – Twitter is currently trading at $16.34, down 26%…

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Financial News API and Widgets – know what you are missing!

Global markets are constantly changing, and traditional financial news has been around…

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Why I’m Staying Long GBP/EUR Into The EU Referendum?

With the Brexit vote only a few days away, I’ve been hedging my equity positions. The only big directional position I’m planning to hold…

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How Will Brexit Affect The UK And World Economies, Start-ups, The Rich, And The Poor?

The answer to this question is ‘no one knows’, and all that most of us can do is to guess. Here is my view. Being an entrepreneur and considering that most stats…

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Why Investors Should Get Excited about the FinTech Revolution

FinTech is the new buzzword in London, and for good reason – we’re beginning to see how technology will be leveraged in financial services. FinTech is already showing…

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Why I Have Invested 20% Of My Portfolio In UK Start-ups

I’m a typical London professional. I have a small portfolio in stocks, mutual funds and start-ups, not unlike many other London professionals. After launching my own fintech start-up…

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Stock Market Investing by Immersion – How The Average Worker Could Have Leg up on Wall Street

If you’re going to start a hobby, you’re going to bring background knowledge you’ve learned throughout your life to that hobby…

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What the Film ‘The Big Short’ Teaches Us about Value Investing

Spoiler Alert – Read this article after watching the movie. It’s reasonable to wonder what a movie about the housing crisis and ensuing financial meltdown could teach regular people…

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Why Most Start-ups Worth Investing Are Worth At Least £1m Using ONE Fundamental Financial Concept

An idea is worthless until someone is willing to invest in it. When someone puts money…

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How Stock Market Investing Has Changed in the World of Tech Disruptions

Today, a startup with a camera and a clever idea can create a viral video that can eat into the market share of major companies, possibly even bringing large companies down. In tandem to this trend, many big industry players…

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5 Key MACRO Takeaways from Warren Buffett’s Letter to Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders  

Every year Warren Buffett writes a letter to the shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway. It looks like this year he enjoyed writing the letter especially…

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How will Brexit affect UK startups?

For those of you who may not be aware, the UK will hold a referendum on 23 June to decide whether or not UK should remain in the European Union. As a (fintech) startup, we are really worried…

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Inspirational Quotes for Stock Market Investing

Sometimes it’s good to go back to basics and re-evaluate your investing strategies. Here are some inspirational quotes from some wise investors that could help. “Investing should be more like…

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Stocks With Enterprise Value Less Than 0

Disclaimer & Disclosures Please do your own analysis before investing in any of these stocks. While we have taken care in collating the data, some errors may occur. Some of the listed companies may have …

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Popular Stocks At 52 Weeks Low

The start to the stock markets in 2016 has been unprecedented. There have been some structural issues in some markets such as China but some of the carnage may not be warranted…

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Best Finance Videos, Articles and Books for Investors for Amateurs and Experts

As a value investor most of your time is spent reading about companies…

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Should You Have Invested In The IPOs of Square, Ferrari, Fitbit, Go Daddy, Match.com? Here Is Our 2015 IPOs Analysis

Summary 196 IPOs with $34.5bn raised in 2015 on the major…
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How to compare Spread Betting and Contract for Differences accounts – You are probably doing it wrong!

What is Spread Betting? Spread betting is betting whether the price of an asset will rise or fall. It’s that simple, and that wonderfully…

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Twitter is the stock to own for 2016 for me

Summary Twitter still provides unique offerings over other social networks. While the MAU and revenue growth have been declining, 300m+ MAUs is already a strong base, and 30-40% revenue growth is respectable. Twitter has declined 40% over the last year…

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The 55 Best Finance Blogs of 2016

We’re only a few days into 2016, and there is so much to look forward to. But the passing calendar year also gives a chance to reflect. If you’re like us here at CityFALCON, one thing you might have spent…

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The Ultimate Guide To Understanding The Stock Market

Introduction The stock market is one of the most valuable components of the market economy. It can create a lot of opportunity, but it can be difficult to understand. There’s so much jargon and expertise involved, just thinking about can…

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5 Reasons Why I And Most People Have Lost Money In The Stock Markets

I’m not an expert on the markets, nor do I have a PhD or some quantitative research to support my arguments. But here are some of my experiences from investing in the stock markets for the last 15 years. There…

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Man vs. Machine in Trading and Investing

During the London Fintech Week last week, I had the opportunity to discuss this topic on a panel along with UCL professor Donald Lawrence and John Booth of Midpoint. Also, I have had long discussions on this subject with Niall… Continue Reading →

How even YOU can start investing in stock markets

Disclaimer: We provide information for investors and traders, but this should not be constituted as investment advice. Also, losses can exceed deposits when dealing with leveraged products. Please consult an investment advisor before making any decisions. Investing for long term… Continue Reading →

Yandex Could Double In Value In 2 Years

Summary Due to the crisis in the Ukraine and subsequent devaluation of the Russian Ruble, Yandex is quoting at $18, less than half of its all time-high of $44 in 2014. The company’s position in Russia remains strong with a… Continue Reading →

2.4 million reasons investors can’t ignore Twitter

Elon Musk tweets about a new product line, and Tesla’s shares jump 4%, adding $1.3 billion to Tesla’s market cap.  A trader profits from a tweet which indicates a potential acquisition by Intel. April Fools day’s tweet by Tesla with… Continue Reading →

What’s common between the supermarket & leverage trading (spread betting, CFD, and FX) industries?

Most retail outlets, especially supermarkets, offer popular items such as milk, bread, etc. at extremely low prices and make higher margins through the long tail – branded biscuits, toiletries, etc. These are often referred to as ‘loss leaders’. Other businesses… Continue Reading →

Twitter Could Be A $5B Business With $2B EBITDA By 2016, Even With Slowing User Growth

Summary Twitter’s user growth has been declining, but it still has a strong base of 250+ million active users to monetise. Ad revenue per 1,000 impressions is one of the key metrics to watch out for, and as the company… Continue Reading →

Social Trading At Etoro, Copy Traders To Generate Even 100% Annual Return

INTRODUCTION You understand the need to invest your money, but don’t have the time, inclination or patience to read, understand and execute. Most of you would have at some point asked someone who you think is good at finance and… Continue Reading →

‘Cheap’ And ‘Expensive’ Tech Stocks Based On Up To 20 Years’ Performance Of Apple, Microsoft

Summary Historical performance of Apple and Microsoft shows why investors need to look beyond the Price/Earnings ratio. You would have made more money investing in Apple when it was trading at a P/E multiple of 100+ than when it was… Continue Reading →

Will Twitter Follow The Post-IPO Price Trend Of LinkedIn Or Of Zynga?

Summary Tech companies post their IPOs have gone through 4 phases: Euphoria, Pessimism, Optimism, and Realism. Twitter is in the ‘pessimism’ phase, and price trend when compared to post-IPO performance of Facebook and LinkedIn shows upside pTecotential. Even though Twitter’s… Continue Reading →

Boost Return On Your Investment Even Without Increasing Risk

INTRODUCTION Once you have decided ‘where’ to invest your funds, it’s also important to think about ‘how’ to invest them. There are several instruments that you could use to maximise your returns with or without increasing exposure and risk. We… Continue Reading →

I Would Not Be Here Had My Parents Not INVESTED Their Savings

My dad retired in 2000 with a salary that today would not be able to buy you many dinners in Mumbai. Had he left his money in the bank without investing it in mutual funds, stocks and fixed deposits, we… Continue Reading →

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