Once you’ve finished with your barbecues and cook outs, come back to this and finish reading up on my eight tips for quickly cutting your losses.
Now, I’ll share some tips — or even better, some universal rules of trading stocks — that you should always follow when entering a position.
A lot of people ask me, “Tim, what does it mean to cut stock losses? How do you know when to exit a trade?” Both questions are very important and point back to my number-one rule in stock trading…
I did a bunch of interviews while in London, including a two-hour interview for London Real with Brian Rose. It was a crazy, comprehensive interview with lots of lessons. In the interview they asked me what advice I’d give to my 20 year old self, to which I said…
Congrats — you made it to the end of the lesson! Now I’ll wrap this all up in a nice, tidy package for you…
Here, I’ll show you what high-volume stocks are all about and how you can track them down in a few steps.
What we call the SSR today is different from the original version in effect from 1938 to 2007. It’s good to understand why it started, why it was abandoned, and why a new version was established.
Worried about the recent market troubles? Some of my top students and I aren’t. When the overall market tanks, you don’t necessarily have to run and hide.
Time of day is important to consider when trading. But it’s not the be-all and end-all. Sometimes it’s better to just sit on the sidelines.
This question comes up pretty often: “Hey Tim, what are the top times to trade?” or “When do you like to trade?”