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All kids like to play Games. Just because of this this, the Gaming industry is developing with more and more various types of Games. There are great Games, challenging games, IQ games, funny Games and lot more. The more popular kid’s Games are Online PC Games. The image quality and the sound effect make the PC Games more interactive and attractive. Now, let’s discuss further on the pros and cons of kids Games.


Kids who like to play Games are said to be more creative and intelligent and. For example, IQ Games are capable to train a kid to solve and problems easily. Based on the research done, kids are capable to learn quicker when they are small. Some of the Challenging Games and amazes are as well able to develop the kids’ capabilities in problem solving.


There are as well educational kind of games to assist kids to amend in their mathematics, spellings and readings. Besides that, Games such as Star Wars, World War and Space Ships needs your kids to stratify before playing. It betters their capability to think soundly and make a smart decision to win the Games.


Aside from all these profits, there are as well some disadvantages in playing Online Games. Playing Games for a long period of time might stress your eyes and affect your brain. Why this is happening? The only reason is kids are always concentrating in everything they do admitting playing Games. Thus, expending time in front of the Computer will only stimulate headache as kids are brought out to PC radiation too long. Posturing in front of the Computer will as well cause neck and back pain.


Nowadays, the Computer Games are becoming really very popular not only amongst the kids, but adults too. In a latest carried on survey, it has been found that in United States of America alone more than seventy percent adults expend nearly 10 hours in a week to play Games. And this percentage is anticipated to grow more by next 70% in each and every passing year.  The Online Flash Games have their rewards only, while the Games at the arcade parlor have their own restrictions.


The Asian emerging markets as well like China and India are capturing very fast in this area. Kids who give lot of attention in front of the PC will finally become lazier. They can simply spend the whole day in playing Games without believing of other things. Thus, as a parent, it is necessary to keep track on your Children. Don’t let them play with computer Games for too long and you must make them disciplined all the time.

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In continuance of the foundation parts discussed in Part 1, we now look at when to buy, what to pay, and how many you need.

“An economist is an expert who will know tomorrow why the things he predicted yesterday didn’t happen today.” – Laurence J. Peter

4. Timing and Price

When to purchase is crucial because good companies aren’t always good stocks. Don’t buy during an IPO or bull market peak. From a technical perspective, a good time is if stocks are cheap and momentum goes from negative to positive. It’s about taking a contrarian approach by being bullish when everyone’s a bear and bearish when everyone’s a bull.

What you pay is crucial too because the profit is made when you buy, not when you sell. Never pay more for a stock than its intrinsic value no matter how exciting the investment seems to be. In fact, choose stocks that are trading at discount (relative to fair value or other stocks) or that are neglected and cheap to rule out any further significant declines. Avoid buying stocks at around 100% if long experience indicates that they can probably be bought for 70% or less in the next weak market.

5. Diversification

You only need around 20 different stocks of opposing risks to get the full benefit of diversification. Build a well-diversified portfolio (concentrating mostly on large-cap stocks) that includes both growth and value stocks, as well as exposure to the broad local and international markets. In One Up On Wall Street, Peter Lynch identifies six main types:

Asset Plays: These undervalued stocks are balance sheet focused and have cash reserves or valuable real estate. Compare the stock price to net asset value because it may be selling at discount.
Turnarounds: These cheap stocks have gone through a period of negative or low earnings, making the current valuation low. Ups and downs are least related to the general market and so they make up for lost ground quickly.
Sluggards: These slow growers are large and aging companies such as utilities. They don’t make big or risky movies and are expected to grow slightly faster than GNP. They are good for regular and generous dividends, simply because they company can’t do any better with the money.
Stalwarts: These big and diversified companies have stable earnings and rarely make big moves. Consider using them as protection during recessions and take profits early before repeating the process.
Fast Growers: These are small, new, and aggressive companies that make big and risky moves. They are often ignored and may be hidden gems. However, they may run out of steam and rapidly devalue when they falter.
Cyclical: These companies in industries such as resources, construction, and insurance, move in a regular and predictable manner (with the business cycle). Timing the cycle (admittedly quite difficult) is everything to ensure you get in on the upswing.

Recommended Reading

Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits by Philip Fisher

You Can Be a Stock Market Genius by Joel Greenblatt

Rich Dad’s Increase Your Financial IQ by Robert Kiyosaki

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