It makes sense to only buy in times of gloom. But when interest rates are so low, you could be waiting a long time for traditional gloom pricing.
Quitting is key to your success in the markets.A successful trader is also a serial quitter. Yes, you read that correctly — a serial quitter.
As the market climbs higher, opportunities become scares. And what do most investors do in when they can’t find cheap stocks?
So when I came across the following essay from Mark Ford, I was intrigued. What exactly is the ‘Ninja Turtle marketing strategy’ — and how can it help you?
These investing lessons aren’t new to us. In fact, they’re lessons we try to live by every day. But to many people, these lessons might be new, something fresh, something even a little scary.
So how should you decide your trade size? Here's a story that may have your rethink your approach to trading.
If you think about income-generating assets, what comes to mind? Real estate? Bonds? Stocks? You can generate income from all three. But which is the best?
I argued for some time now that there is a war on cash. That the government is ushering us to digitise our assets to lock us into the banking system.
The idea is that you focus on a sector or a finite list of stocks. These are stocks that you understand, getting to know how they tick.
Maybe there is a golden financial rule in this. Or maybe not… The market does strange things. It does the unexpected. It confounds.