Master limited partnerships,mlp,mlp funds,mlp investments steelpath


Published on

SteelPath MLP Mutual Funds are offered only to US citizens or residents of the US interested in investing in Master Limited Partnerships, and the information on this Web site is intended only for such persons.

Published in: Economy & Finance
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Master limited partnerships,mlp,mlp funds,mlp investments steelpath

  1. 1. Master Limited Partnerships,mlp,mlp funds,mlp investments – SteelpathAuthor : JimKnight SteelPath MLP Mutual Funds are offered only to US citizens or residents of the US interested in investing in Master Limited Partnerships, and the information on this Web site is intended only for such persons. Address : 2100 Mckinney, 14th Floor, Dallas ,TX 75201 Ph. No : 888-614-6614 How Do I Know When to Buy or Sell a StockIf you are in the stock market participating in an active or passive way, the most difficult thing toknow is when do you buy or sell your stock. There are different types of players in the market. Somebelieve in intraday trading, where people buy and sell stocks in a very short period of time in order tomake quick gains.There are also people who trade in a pre-fixed schedule like every quarter. And there are also someinstances where people just want to buy and hold in order to make long term gains. These long terminvestors are also known as value investors. These are few of the major approaches used by tradersand investors all around the world.In order to know when to buy or sell, first one needs to understand the fundamentals of stocks andhow it operates. Stock form part of the equity investment done by the company and its shareholders.Anyone who buys a share of a company e.g. Microsoft, means that individual is a partial owner ofMicrosoft to the extent of the number of shares he’s got. If the company does well he’s bound to getsome gains out of it and in the opposite scenario he’s going to make losses.There are a few things one needs to keep in mind while entering the stock market. Firstly try to find astock which is trading very near or at par to its book value. If you find these types of stocks buy themonly after learning a few facts about the company. Try to look into the company’s previous annual andquarterly reports in order to get some idea about the company’s position. After completing the wholeresearch go ahead and buy the stock, as you will be getting it at a very low price.Before buying make sure you find a brokerage house offering low brokerage rates, fast tradingfacilities and a good research desk. While buying, make sure that you have a profit target. Try todecide why you are making this investment. See to it that how the stock performs along with theother investments made in your portfolio.Depending on your investment goal decide how much risk you can bear. It can be for your retirement,
  2. 2. new home, car or even children’s college education. In case of a long term investment horizon youcan take higher risks as the probability of risk decreases as the time goes by. So in the end you canbuy shares at a low price and sell it depending upon your investment horizon. Here the chances ofgain are very high due to the low price of stocks during the initial stage of investment.Once your profit target has been achieved get out of the trade as soon as you can. This is something alot of people don’t follow as they hold on to a stock when it is going through a bull-run. By followingthis strategy you might make lesser gains but it will definitely save you from making further lossesdown the line.For More information Click Here The History of the Chicago Stock Exchange“I give you Chicago. It is not London and Harvard. It is not Paris and buttermilk. It is American in everychitling and sparerib. It is alive from snout to tail.” - Henry Louis Mencken (1880-1965), American humor journalist.Long before New York came into prominence, it was Chicago that defined American dynamism formany a decade. Even today, in spite of the ascendancy of New York as the most important city inworld commerce, Chicago occupies a prominent place in American and international business.In fact, Chicagos metropolitan area has the 4th largest Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of allmetropolitan areas in the world. The city has the second busiest airport in O’Hare, and in a 2010survey collaboration between Foreign Policy and A.T Kearney ranking cities, Chicago ranked 6th in theworld.The Chicago Stock Exchange, located at 440 South LaSalle Street, is the heart of Chicago commerceand industry. In terms of trade, the Chicago Stock Exchange ranks fourth behind the New York StockExchange, NASDAQ and the Toronto Stock Exchange.The history of the Chicago Stock Exchange can be traced back to March 21, 1882, when a formalmeeting of business leaders and traders led to its formation. One month later, the Exchange moved toits offices at at 115 Dearborn Street and 749 memberships were sold.During World War I, the Exchange was closed for six months in 1914. In October 1915, the basis ofquoting and trading in stocks changed from percent to par value to dollars. The Chicago Stick ClearingCorporation was established in 1920. This was followed by a stock market crash in 1929, leading tothe Great Depression.In May 1933, the Securities Act of 1933 was enacted, bringing transparency to the trade of securities.As a response to the Great Depression, the Securities and Exchange Commission was created by the
  3. 3. Securities Exchange Act of 1934. In 1949, the Chicago Stock Exchange merged with the exchanges ofSt. Louis, Cleveland and Minneapolis/St. Paul to form the Midwest Stock Exchange. A decade later, theNew Orleans Stock Exchange joined the group.In 1973 the Mid West Securities Trust Company was established to offer central depository forsecurities certificates and to electronically record the transfer of stock ownership. This was followedby the launch of the Intermarket Trading System in 1978 for the transfer of orders from one exchangeto another.In 1982, the Exchange launched the MAX system, which allowed it to be one of the first stockexchanges to provide fully automated order execution. In 1987, it implemented programs to tradeNASDAQ securities. In 1993 the Midwest Stock exchange regained its original name of the ChicagoStock Exchange.The 1990s and 2000s saw several new changes embracing new technologies and trades. In 1995,securities settlement dates were shortened from five to three business days, with trading hours beingextended a year later. 1997 saw the beginning of trade in exchange-traded funds (ETFs).Decimal pricing of all stocks was fully implemented in 2001. In 2005, the SEC approved a change ofthe ownership structure of the Chicago Stock Exchange from a not-for-profit, member-ownedcompany to a for-profit, stockholder-owned corporation.As is clearly seen, the Chicago Stock Exchange has adapted well to changes across the decades, and isexpected to remain at the forefront of American business for many years to come.For More information Click Here THANK YOU FOR VISIT