The Top 20 Posts From The Small Investor for 2013


2013 was a great year for the Small Investor Blog.  We had more views than any previous year.  Thanks to all of my readers, and especially to those who made comments.  It makes it better when you add to the conversation.

Here are the top posts from the Small Investor Blog for 2013, along with the number of views:

How Much Money Do I Need to Invest in Stocks? More stats 2,318
Making the Most with $2,000 in Investing More stats 1,130
How Inflation Affects the Stock Market More stats 905
What to Do with $1,000, $10,000, or $100,000 More stats 757
How Many Shares Should You Buy? More stats 592
Rich People Don’t Smoke More stats 518
What Poor People Say; What Rich People Say More stats 479
Stock Price and Earnings – How Current and Future Earnings Affect Stock Price More stats 425
How Much Can I Make if I Invest $2000 in Stocks? More stats 411
Why Do Stocks Sometimes Go Down on Good Earnings? More stats 342
How much money do I need to buy stocks? More stats 335
Price and Earnings – How to Predict Future Prices from PE and Earnings Growth Rate More stats 335
Is a Small Investor at a Disadvantage? More stats 310
How to Calculate Capital Gains and Losses from Stock Investing More stats 296
About The Small Investor More stats 293
How to Hedge Stock Positions More stats 291
Are Bonds Less Risky than Stocks? More stats 283
How Should I Invest an Inheritance? More stats 279
Why High Beta Stocks have Higher Returns More stats 269
About me More stats 254
Some Clever Wall Street Sayings and Expressions More stats 233
Amount of Money Needed to Invest in the Stock Market More stats 230
Should I Borrow Against a Paid-Off House to Invest More stats 228

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