I’d think to myself, ‘Wouldn’t it be cool to be up there someday? To close the stock market?’
I recently saw a petition to remove the Pattern Day Trader rule. Let me break down for you why that is an AWFUL idea.
Over the last 2 days, I’ve explained what small-cap stocks are, why you should consider adding them to your portfolio, and today, I’ll tell you how you can find them.
In this issue, I’ll go over the benefits of trading small-cap stocks, and why you should consider adding them to your stock portfolio.
Small-cap stocks can be a highly lucrative market sector. Over the next few days I’m going to dive into what they are, how to find them, and most importantly, how to trade them.
Betting against worthless or near-worthless companies has made me a lot of money. I want to share that insight with you. Here is the six-step process you need to know…
Knowing what float is, while useful, isn’t going to help you until you apply it. That’s where this post comes in.
One of the most important things you need to understand as a trader is what float is, how it works, and the way supply and demand interact with it.
Complex technical indicators aren’t something that I often use, but doesn’t mean they are something you should neglect in your education. Every trader has a different style, and you might find a technical indicator that suits you. Check it out!
The best way to teach you about why a trading plan is so important is probably through a real life example from my own trades. So I’ll recap August 15th for you, and show you how a trading plan turned a bad day, into a profitable one.