Biotech stocks are on the move, make sure you don’t miss out on the action.
Short sellers are becoming the new stock promoters... and I couldn’t be happier about it!
I’ve had a lot of questions from my readers about margin and I want to dive a little deeper into margin and answer those questions.
I get questions from traders all the time about trading on margin, I don’t trade on margin and I don’t recommend it. Here’s why…
An update on what I’m up to, a few patterns that have been working for me, and a couple of questions that I wanted to answer.
Penny stocks are starting out the year strong, and there are a few that stand out in the Biotech sector that you should be watching (if you aren’t already).
How can you become a good day trader? Let’s put it all together into a nice, workable plan. Keep in mind, before you make a single trade you have some studying to do. But this will help you along the way.
If you are looking to day trade, you are going to need a brokerage that allows you to trade when you want, at a price you are willing to pay. I’ll give you my insight on what to look for, what to avoid, and some good companies to check out.
If you want to day trade for a living, then you need to have the right mindset. You also need to put in the time and effort on your trading education. I want you to get started the right way.
One of the worst things I see people doing when they start investing is get too hyped about one market sector that is doing well. They jump all in on technology, or gold, and don’t think about what will happen when that sector falls off. When it eventually does, they are left with a shattered portfolio and huge losses. Keep reading and I’ll share some ways you can protect yourself from the drop.