How can you make returns of 900% or more in a single investment? How can you find growth in the market when it is tracking sideways? The answer? Small-Cap Stocks.
Using a trading plan — and trading in markets — that suits our personalities will enhance our chances of success. But that’s just the first step.
Just take this handful of Australian small-cap stocks, and you can see some extraordinary annualised returns over the past three years.
By short selling — that is, selling shares they don’t own in anticipation of buying them back at a lower price — hedge funds and traders aim to profit when a share price takes a bath.
Many traders have a natural bias against buying stocks near their highs. But, as I told you last week, strength is not a sign of looming weakness.
A certain subset of stock investors don’t see a new high as an opportunity to sell. They see it as an opportunity to buy. Here’s why…
Carefully constructed election trading strategies ran into a pair of billion-dollar buzz saws, wielded by legendary stock trader Carl Icahn and hedge fund maven Stan Druckenmiller.
A lot of yield-based dividend stocks have sold off over the last couple of months in anticipation of a cycle of rate rises.
The turbulence-free flight is in stark contrast to the markets. I’m going to show you some research to help gauge if a crash is imminent.
Copper prices have been smashed by a surge in supply while demand slowed in China. Time to watch this market for opportunity...