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Stocks That Are Very Good Profit Makers By: Larry Potter
Stocks that are breaking out are usually very good profit-makers. That's why you'll often see us report that ?XYZ could break out.?A breakout occurs when a stock penetrates a previously formed resistance level and shoots ahead with no overhead resistance in the way. These moves can go for many points ...
Roller Coaster By: Al Thomas
I love roller coasters. The steeper the better. High and fast and curvy. Yahoo! Let's go again. But to get to the drop off point you have a slow grind up.Kinda reminds me of the stock market for the past 3 years. From 1982 to 2000 it was 18 years ...
The 1 Solution By: Al Thomas
You probably know the story of Sherlock Holmes and the 7% solution. He had a drug addiction. He needed the drug. He was able to control his addiction by taking the drug in a 7% concentration. Anyone with common sense knows you cannot survive on 7%. It is a slow ...
Mutual Fund Fee Question By: Tracy Piercy
This question has been asked in many different ways, many different times: Hi, Tracy: Just wondering: when clients invest in mutual funds with you, do you charge a purchase fee, as well as a front-end and/or back-end load? Thanks!My Answer: Thank you for asking - 1st, let ...
One Way Street By: Al Thomas
Ever turn down a street, get half way and suddenly realize it is one way and you are going the wrong way? Is that the way you feel when you look at your stock brokerage statement?In either case don't panic. You can get out of that one way street by ...
Humpty Dumpty the Stock Market Falls Down By: Al Thomas
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall and all the King's horsemen could not put Humpty Dumpty back together again.The Stock Market has had a great fall and all the brokers, CEOs, analysts and politicians have not been able to get it back up again.Oh, it will go up again, but ...
The Stock Market Investors Worst Enemy By: Jeff Fairchild
Every stock market investor faces one primal enemy. An enemy so perverse, it will drive thousands of investors from the stock market through its ability to defeat even the most practiced investment strategy. Who is this enemy you ask? Your arch nemesis, in this case, goes by ...
The Bottom By: Al Thomas
Every day I hear someone on CNBC proclaim that "this is the bottom" and you should get in there and buy all those "bargains". "The valuations of the DOW stocks are a steal."The low of DOW 8,000 immediately after September 11 was "the low" and the market did rally to ...
NYSE Weekly Oscillator By: Arthur Eckart
The first chart is a NYSE Oscillator weekly chart that shows severely overbought indicators. An oscillator for the oscillator, ULT, is above 70, which is rare. The other three indicators, above and below the price chart, are also severely overbought. The four-week MA is at 39.85, which is in the ...
Bad News is Good News By: Al Thomas
For weeks, no, months we have been bombarded with nothing but negative news about the economy in general and thousands of individual companies. The stock market has dropped thousands of points and more than $8 trillion in paper assets have disappeared.Note I said paper assets because until you turn it ...
Price to Earnings Ratio PE By: Ioannis Evangelos Haramis
After finding the price of a particular stock, usually the next number everyone looks at is the P/E ratio.P/E is the ratio of a company's share price to its per-share earnings.A P/E ratio of 10 means that the company has 1 of annual, per-share earnings for every 10 in share ...
Position Sizing Why Losing isnt Everything By: Chris Perruna
A 'so-called? investor questioned my trading methods and claimed I would lose 76% if I took 8 consecutive 8% losses. Knowing me, I had to breathe deeply, release the anger from a person who knows nothing about position sizing and teach him a simple math lesson. The following example is ...
Other Stock Trading Methods By: Mark Crisp
Elliot Wave: What is it?Elliot Wave is a way of defining the market action in a five wave formation. A very simple explanation. It basically says mass psychology is predictable in a liquid market by a five wave cycle. An accumulation wave. A correction. A much bigger wave. A correction ...
The Case for Value Stock InvestingWhat If By: Steve Selengut
Wall Street Institutions pay billions of dollars annually to convince the investing public that their Economists, Investment Managers, and Analysts can predict future price movements in specific company shares and trends in the overall Stock Market. Such predictions (often presented as ?Wethinkisms? or Model Asset Allocation adjustments) make self-deprecating investors ...
Using Stock Research and Stock Analysis Services By: Chris Perruna
I consider my community a stock market research and education service that is offered to anyone interested in learning how to invest in the market for themselves. I do not manage money and I do not make specific stock picks for anyone in my community. I like to believe that ...
Finding Stocks To Trade Shouldnt Be That Hard By: Floyd Snyder
Every morning the trader sits down at his computer to begin the day, and the dilemma faced is always the same - finding a stock or two or three to make a buck on for that day. This really shouldn't be that hard, but for some traders it is. ...
The Cub II By: Al Thomas
We keep hearing about this bear market and that the bottom is "in" or "very close" so we should be invested in these bargain basement prices to take advantage of the next bull so we won't lose out on the expected huge profits.This is not a big bear market - ...
Inverted Interest Rates By: Al Thomas
Inverted interest rates? What's that? Who cares? Even if you don't understand what Mr. Greenspan is saying (and almost nobody does) it is important to you because it could mean you might lose you job next year or have to cut back on some of the things you want to ...
Investment Clubs By: Al Thomas
Because you don't feel too sure about which stock or mutual fund to buy you decide to become a member of an investment club. Each of the members contribute a certain amount of money each month and then meet to decide what to buy or sell.It is a nice camaraderie, ...
The China Factor By: George Leong
Unless you have been in a cocoon, you most likely are aware that China will in all probability become the next economic superpower in the world. The country's economy is on steroids, growing at close to double digits over the past few years and this is not expected to change.And ...
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