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Understanding Trailing Stops By: Larry Potter
Once you are in the trade and your stock has started moving in your direction, you need to extract as much profit as possible. Not being able to do so will make you a losing trader in the long run.How can a trader lose if he only takes small profits ...
Reasons to Fire Your Mutual Fund Company Tax Inefficiency By: Mark Brandon
Mutual fund investors who hold their funds in a retirement account are not affected by this aspect, since income is tax-deferred in most cases. However, if you hold mutual funds in a taxable account, which includes a substantial portion of retirees, you will be doubly surprised this year. First, you ...
Why Stock Is More Risky Than Options By: David Chandler
You probably have been told that options are risky. Even worse, that you can lose your shirt trading them!Well, what is the truth?Let's take a look at stock ownership. What can happen if you buy stock?The price can go up.The price can go down.The price can go sideways.In ...
VIX and the Psychology of Markets By: Stephen George Whiteside
We know that greed and fear rule the markets. But did you know that when investors gets too greedy, markets usually fall, and when investors are overcome with fear, markets usually rise. So how can when we monitor investors emotions and take advantage of investors emotional extremes?Welcome to the world ...
Adding Mutual Funds to Your Investment Portfolio By: John Mussi
Choosing new investments can be hard? especially if you're not a full-time trader and don't have the time that it takes to investigate several different investment opportunities while they're still hot. It would be so much easier if you could simply invest into a single fund, and have your money ...
Trading For A Living Part 1 By: Geoff Turnbull
There can't be many traders who haven't at least considered the idea of telling the boss what they think of him, throwing it all in and going off to trade the stock market for a living. It's a big risk financially, and that uncertainty is what stops most from jumping ...
Stocks Wiggle They Bounce Fade Pop Shuck And Jive By: Larry Potter
The most critical part of buying any stock is the actual moment you pull the trigger. There is nothing more disconcerting than buying a stock at say 50 and ten seconds later it's at 49.85. Ouch. Naturally that's not what you are looking for, and it hurts. Yet the fact ...
Advisory Service for You By: Al Thomas
It depends on your level of understanding of the market and the amount of money you have.If you a sophisticated investor with a substantial amount invested you are probably already receiving more than one. If you have very little market savvy it will be difficult to choose one that fits ...
The Cycles Of A Trend By: Larry Potter
It is commonly accepted that there are four stages of a trend. These stages make up a cycle and each cycle has smaller cycles contained within them.It doesn't matter whether you like to trade with 5-minute charts or monthly charts. Each market will be in some stage of the cycle ...
Stocks What Key Factor Separates A Winning Trader From A Losing Trader By: Peter Lim
Often, I receive requests from members of my stock market trading discussion group to give my views on technical analysis of stocks that they are watching. In the course of discussion, I discovered one common factor which separates the winning traders from the losing traders.In general, both group of traders ...
How Commodity Trading Differs from Stock Trading By: Rob Hall
There are major differences between trading stocks and trading futures. While stories of fortunes made or lost overnight on the futures markets are largely untrue, the futures trader, if using a sound trading system, can usually make more money on the futures market and make it much faster. However, ...
Dividends The Different Types By: David Gass
Dividend is a portion of the company's earnings to be distributed to its shareholders, based board of directors? decision. Dividends are quoted as Dividend Per Share (DPS) or dividend yield. Most companies having stable and secure growth offer dividends when their share prices become stagnant. However several companies do not ...
The How To Trade Stock Market System By: Ray Mills
The stock market system is an avenue of how to trade stock for listed corporations. As a corporation is formed, its initial shareholders are able to acquire shares of stock from the point of subscription when a company is created. When a company starts to be traded to ...
Market is Flat By: Al Thomas
No it isn't!When you are driving down the highway looking ahead the road seems very flat yet when you stop to look at the surface of that smooth concrete you see many tiny ridges. The tires and springs of the car protect you from shocks and even potholes. ...
Cash By: Al Thomas
How many people went to a cash position this week? There is no question that this market has scared the bajebers out of many investors, me included. Fortunately, I started going to cash some time ago, but I did give back a substantial amount of my profit.Your broker never wants ...
Bird Flu Investment Opportunity By: Joel Arberman
Everyone seems to be talking about the Avian Flu, otherwise known as the H5N1 virus. We believe the virus and danger is real, but are the investment opportunities for real?Watching the public market clamor for "Bird Flu Stocks" reminds us of the "Internet Stock" bubble.We challenge investors to carefully think ...
Reasons to Fire Your Mutual Fund Company Chasing Performance By: Mark Brandon
Just as fund companies tend to overstate the expertise level of their youthful, call-center "investment advisers", management also tends to attribute what the evidence shows to be more-or-less luck to extraordinary investment acumen. As I've said before, the exorbitant fees charged for active management would be well worth it, if ...
How to Maximize Your 401k Mutual Fund Returns By: Ulli G Niemann
When it comes to 401k's there is an overabundance of sad stories. Here is one that at least has a happy ending?and it's getting happier all the time.Last year (in 2002) a friend of mine'let's call him Jack?phoned and asked if I could help him with his 401k. Jack works ...
Its A Bull Its A Bear Its Suptertrader By: Al Thomas
The higher the market goes the more confusing are the "experts". In the September 14 issue of Investor's Business Daily newspaper we find the great prognosticators such as:Sheldon Jacobs, editor of No-Load Fund Investor newsletter quoted that he is recommending having more cash in your portfolio.Louis Navallier, manager of three ...
Dispelling Illusions of the Stock Market By: Al Thomas
How can you dispel an illusion unless you look directly at it? The magician distracts the eye with one hand while he does his manipulation with the other. You are looking in the wrong place and not seeing what is actually happening.Wall Street has mastered this move even beyond the ...
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