J.E. Carpenter has a B.S. in Psychology, an M.A.L.S. and a J.D. degree, as well as extensive experience in most aspects of investing and 25 years of experience in practicing law. This writer has broad knowledge of investment vehicles and financial management and has written for several different websites on financial, investment, and legal topics.
The author is also an experienced gardener and plant show judge and an officer in plant societies and has given many public presentations on topics related to indoor and outdoor gardening.
J.E. Carpenter's work has been published in BackHome, Writer's Journal, and GreenPrints. This author's short stories have also appeared in several magazines.
Carpenter's writing tastes and knowledge are eclectic. The author has written on topics as diverse as real estate law, portfolio management, gardening, psychology, religion and spirituality, acting and freelance writing.
Private requests are welcomed and can be tailored to buyer's specifications. 7/2018 update: At this time, I'm interested in new projects that would credit me as the author. If you are interested, I may be available to write in any of my areas of expertise.
This article highlights some of the personality characteristics of a great investor. It discusses patience, risk tolerance, and thinking for oneself. Common traps and errors are discussed. | Read More →Words: 673 Downloads: 0 Category: Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
This article starts with the Warren Buffett's assertion that the best time to sell stocks is never. It details the few exceptions to that rule but discourages market timing. The emphasis is on discipline, patience, and self-knowledge. | Read More →Words: 790 Downloads: 0 Category: Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
This article discusses some ways to spot bargains in the stock market. It discusses poor earnings reports, unexpected bad news, and poor performance in a sector or country. It explains market over-reactions and suggests some ways to tell the difference between temporary bad news and the more permanent kind. | Read More →Words: 601 Downloads: 0 Category: Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
This article shows how investors can minimize their chances of buying the worst-performing stocks, while still buying riskier mid-cap and small cap issues. It discusses stock fundamentals, company track records, IPO´s and more. The emphasis is on long-term investing. | Read More →Words: 825 Downloads: 0 Category: Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
This article sets forth two stock market myths that keep small investors from participating in the market. It discusses the belief that investing in stocks is the same as gambling and the belief that the deck is stacked against small investors. While acknowledging the element of truth in each of these statements, it explains why they are, on balance, incorrect. | Read More →Words: 695 Downloads: 0 Category: Finance By: J. E. Carpenter
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