The aim is to trade stocks that meet the selection criteria. We then let the good trades run, and cut the ones that don’t. That’s how the system makes money.
The ASX in my view is a 2,209-speed market. That’s roughly how many stocks are currently listed on the ASX.
On their own, none of them is a sure sign of a market crash. But combined, it’s building a case for trouble ahead.
The latest GDP report and the behaviour of the two big US indices are a worrying sign. We’ve kept a close eye on this dynamic for the past four months.
Analysts are beginning to believe the slump in commodity prices will force BHP to cut its dividend payments.
As the world becomes a more dangerous place, investors will have to use more unusual investment strategies.
Buying a put option is one way of covering both angles. It allows you to participate in any upside, while also protecting you from any potential downside.
When does a paper profit become a real profit? Some people like to see money in the bank. Only then will they chalk up a trade as a win. For others it’s a case of tallying the gains as they go. For them, a paper profit is every bit the real thing.
Politicians can’t always find money to spend on health and hospitals, but they always seem to find it for the next war. Investigative journalist Mark Curtis, outlines long and complicated British alliances with radical Islam at various points in history to promote specific foreign policy objectives.
If Australia goes to war it will be to legitimately protect around $16.4 billion worth of exports. And there will be companies that benefit from it. Perhaps the only group that really wins from war…