As we move closer to the new year, many people resolve to make better choices financially, and to do that you need to educate yourself. So in an effort to help you start your new year right, I’ve compiled need to know information for traders as we enter the end of 2019.
My trading style is different from many traders. I don’t look for home runs. I’m always looking for solid safe singles. It’s the only way to trade penny stocks long term. Read on and I’ll show you what I mean.
People keep asking how I spot my trades so quickly. First, I don’t nail every opportunity. I misjudge sometimes — that’s part of trading. But it’s not rocket science. It really comes down to a few very basic ideas. I could say it in six words…
Holiday trading season is upon us, with short trading days, high volatility and short squeezes and newbie traders gambling with the market, it can be a great time to find easy profits, or step back and study up.
Taking losses are part of the process of becoming a great trader. But you need to learn the right lessons from your losses, or its just money down the drain.
I’ve suffered quite a few losses in the last month, but I don’t feel bad about it. It’s all part of the trading process, but there are a few key lessons that you can learn from my mistakes, and I’m here to teach you what they are.
If you’re looking for a surefire way to blow up your account and end your 2019 in misery, follow these tips! If you want to have a successful 2020, then read this and avoid them like the plague.
As we enter the end of the year, there is no better time than now to study up and get ready to get after it in 2020.
We already began looking at the different components of a stock quote: Ticker symbol… dividend yield… dividend per share… etc. I have a few more to cover with you today before talking about how you can use them as part of your investment strategy.
I’ve been reading stock quotes for decades now, but I still get surprised when a company’s stock moves differently from what the stock quote leads me to predict. That instability makes trading more fun.