Making a decision to buy a stock based on what someone on TV says is wrong, according to Liz Ann Sonders, a top money manager with Campbell, Cowperthwait. To be successful, take your time, study the company and diversify wisely.
Increase your chances of success by working towards something you love. Maurice Boyd, author and preacher, says his definition of hell is to have everything you always wanted, but still be unsatisfied.
Soon Chart-Yu, Gazoontite founder, says as the economy grows, people will focus less on their limitations.
George Bell, former president and CEO of Excite@Home, doesn't invest in many IPOs.
Jim Clark, founder of Netscape, on thinking big and sharing the wealth.
William Sharpe, economist and Nobel Laureate, looks at the total financial picture.
Liz Ann Sonders, money manager at Campbell, Cowperthwait, explains the P/E/G ratio, the price-to-earnings-to-growth ratio, to help you choose your stocks.
Rob Burgess, CEO of Macromedia, says money may not be able to buy happiness, but it may help you gain some freedom to live life on your own terms.
Marleen McDaniel, former CEO of Women.com, discusses Internet stocks, the market and the deluge of Internet IPO's that have hit the Street.
If you are selling a stock just because it has gone up in value, you may be making a mistake. Liz Ann Sonders, money manager at Campbell, Cowperthwait, explains when is the right time.