You only need two things to find wonderfully cheap stocks. The first is earnings yield. The second is return on invested capital. This is a great way to find amazing gems hidden in the market.
Should you invest in India? Why not? Successful investing usually works everywhere. So why wouldn’t it work in India?
If investing is stressful and exciting, you’re probably doing it wrong. The act of investing should be boring. Once you’ve found a stock with a promising future, all you have to do is buy and hold it.
Most people join Quant Trader for the buy and sell signals. It searches through stocks for opportunities. It identifies which to buy, and it calculates a unique exit point for each trade. But that’s not all the service does…
Your car is now the most high tech piece of kit you’ll possibly ever own. But it doesn't even compare with what the cars of the future will look like.
How do you then pick a company with personality? Well, they don’t necessarily have to look the best. But they do have to have a business which gets better over time.
During the 1960–70s, it was all too easy to make money. US investors bought and held blue chip growth stocks. But it all came crashing down in 1982. Will we see a similar situation play out today for tech stocks globally?
When a stock price is going up, that means investors are going crazy. Analysts believe that growth will continue. But it isn't long before all that comes crashing down.
People often believe that successful trading is all about secrets. But do you know what? There is no Holy Grail. It's about the same winning tactics that have been in use for decades.
Today, almost no one thinks steel, oil and railroads are sexy. But in the 1800s, these were emerging industries, where many a fortune was built. Any spare cash would go towards scaling the business. However, many of the biggest companies today don’t have the same luxury. Here's why.