Category: Stock Markets

So you want to be a Successful Investor?

So you want to be a Successful Investor?

Every investor has several components that combine to make them successful. The degree of success depends on how well you can implement the components and how well your strategy works. The method investors have...

Investing: Bad Decisions through Greed

Investing: Bad Decisions through Greed

Greed can be defined as an excessive desire to acquire or possess more than what one needs or deserves, especially with respect to material wealth. Yes, that sounds just about right, certainly relates to...

False Signals to Sell A stock – Don’t be fooled…

False Signals to Sell A stock – Don’t be fooled…

It is time to sell a stock when the points in your buy case have turned negative, but beware of false signals that can trick you into selling at the wrong time. This written...

Risk Tolerance? Measuring your Risk Tolerance…

Risk Tolerance? Measuring your Risk Tolerance…

Some days back I got an email from a young man who recently inherited a good amount of money, it is certainly enough for this teenager to finance as good an education that he...

Investments and How to Find Them?

Investments and How to Find Them?

There are risks involved in all investing. The skill of investing is knowing which risks are worth taking, and which should be avoided. Finding and knowing which risks to take is the essence of...

Day Trading Facts…

Day Trading Facts…

Are you thinking of entering the fast-paced world of day trading? Arm yourselves with the information from this fact sheet on day trading. What is day trading? Day trading is an investment tactic that...

Why Learn to Trade Stocks?

Why Learn to Trade Stocks?

Stock trading has numerous benefits as a viable part time occupation. In contrast to a second job, there are no special qualifications to begin. The stock market doesn’t care about your level of success,...

Why Index Funds?

Why Index Funds?

They’re boring and passive. They are run on autopilot by hands off managers. Instead of making decisions about the best course of action, the managers merely try to match the overall market’s performance. They...

Disappointment may lead to Expectation of High Returns

Disappointment may lead to Expectation of High Returns

Stocks not Best Investment for Quick Returns Did you buy a stock to turn $20,000 into the $60,000 you need for Junior’s next year in college? If so, you’re not investing, you’re gambling, and,...

What is the difference between Leverage and Margin?

What is the difference between Leverage and Margin?

In financial terms, leverage is reinvesting debt in an effort to earn greater return than the cost of interest. When a firm uses a considerable proportion of debt to finance its investments, it is...