Dividend stocks can be a great way to build your account over time. It’s a classic strategy that has been used forever on Wall Street, but that doesn’t mean that is without risk. I’ll explain how to look for high dividend stocks and minimize your risk.
I don’t often talk about trading techniques that don’t directly deal with penny stocks. But to be a well rounded trader, you need to know about all different types of investment strategies. As markets change, you need to be able to adapt, and you well know, knowledge is power.
Yesterday, I dove into stock liquidity and why it’s so important to analyze before you begin trading. After my rant, you should have the importance of liquidity burned into your brain. So how do you find penny stocks that will be lucrative and have good liquidity?
Have you ever gotten stuck in a trade with no way out? That’s because you’re ignoring this one CRUCIAL indicator before you buy.
Good Trading starts with good research. Unfortunately, most starting traders don’t have the first clue about how to do good research. Here are 5 tips to help you do your research right.
If you want to be a great trader, that start with doing your research the right way. I’ll tell you the right way to do your research. Read on.
If you’re thinking of trying pre-market trading, there are a few key differences you need to be aware of. So make sure you first learn a ton about the process. These 9 guidelines have been helpful for my trading.
So you know about floats, but do you know how to trade them to maximize your profits? I’ll tell you how to trade a low float stock, and how to avoid letting the volatility get the best of you.
If you are committed to trading penny stocks one of the most important things to include in your analysis is the float. Low float stocks can be very volatile, which means that if you get ahead of the curve you can use that volatility to make a profit.
Day trading is a beast all on its own. But if you know what you’re doing, you can make a ton of money. I’ll share all the tips and tricks you need to get started on the path to day trading.