Course 302: How to Monitor Your Portfolio, Part 2
Listen for News
In this course
1 Introduction
2 How to Review the Fundamentals of Your Stocks
3 Watch Valuations
4 Investigate Rapid Price Moves
5 Inspect Earnings
6 Monitor Dividends
7 Listen for News

In addition to all of the above, keep an eye out for major news stories about companies whose stock you own. Watch for merger rumors or announcements, changes in management, new-product development, or strategic shifts. All can affect a company's prospects.

Regardless of how you do it, monitoring the stocks in your portfolio is just as important as choosing the stocks in the first place.

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