Sykes’ Penny Stock Millionaires Archive: June 2019
The third installment reviewing 17 rules penny stock traders should live by.
The second installment reviewing 17 rules penny stock traders should live by.
The first installment reviewing 17 rules penny stock traders should live by.
How understanding different market types can help you make wise investment decisions.
How understanding stock movements can keep you from losing money in the market.
Now that you understand binary options basics and the different factors between them, you might be wondering whether this type of trading aligns with your investment goals. Let’s weigh the pros and cons.
Trading binary options can seem deceptively simple, but leaning too far into that notion can blind people to some of the risks that often accompany this type of trading. If you’re interested in taking the binary options path, it’s critically important to understand exactly what you’re getting into and setting appropriate expectations.
In this issue, I’ll cover the basics of margin trading — how it works, pros and cons, and what can happen in the best and worst case scenarios.
Yesterday I covered with you the first four of my five moves for succeeding with part time trading. But I didn’t give you the final one… We’ll cover the fifth one today. And then I’m going to go over with you some key tips before you get started.
Whether you’re trading part-time or full-time, you want to work smarter, not harder. Here are some of my best tips for how to make it work…
The idea of day trading can be alluring. Who wouldn’t want a flexible job with the option to work from anywhere in the world? Here’s the reality…
I’m totally psyched to tell you… after six months, seven countries, hundreds of thousands of dollars and countless hours of work by a team of incredible people all volunteering their time… On June 13th we finally had the world premier of…
I’m big on making sure you know the basics before you start trading. Here are some stock market terms that you must know if you want to be a profitable trader.
All the trade war press brings up a lot of questions from both newbies and experienced traders alike. So, I thought I’d address it.
The U.S. markets open at 10:30 p.m. in Tokyo. So, unless I want to stay up all night, I’m only there for the first hour or so of trading. Another reason — and this is important — is because… well, read to the end. It’s the answer to the last student question.
For companies, it might not be physical cash, but it’s definitely actual money that can be accessed at any time as opposed to a guaranteed IOU such as accounts receivable. It is not surprising that some investors always look at cash flow.
You’re probably already familiar with the NYSE or the AMEX. Well, you won’t find penny stocks on these exchanges. Let’s get familiar with some of the other exchanges where you can pick up penny stocks…
Once you’ve decided to get real about penny stocks, it’s time to get in the right mindset. If you want to learn how to invest in penny stocks, you’ll need to consider these things before you make a trade...
In this issue, I’ll start you out on the right foot by offering you a thorough overview of how to buy penny stocks.
You made it to the last installment dealing with stock catalysts. Congrats! Trust me when I say you’ll be a better trader for it. Let’s wrap it up today with my final three tips.
Why should you look to stock catalysts to when trading? Here are some of the reasons…
A stock catalyst is anything that can move a stock’s price. It can pertain directly to the stock, the company, the industry, or even the world at large. Wait … there are tons of developments or bits of news. So how can you tell which ones might actually have the power to move a stock?
The lesson: it’s not just about how the stock will do in the long run. It’s good to remember former runners, spiking on big volume, with a seemingly solid catalyst. In other words, can it spike in the short-term based on what’s happening?
I’ve always felt for them, but pretty much looked the other way by reasoning that while it sucked there isn’t much I could do… But then I read those articles combined with seeing what Vetpaw had posted. … and… well… like I said… something inside me just snapped. And I can’t go back.