Beating the Australian share market is possible, because there are always some managers who do it. But it’s much harder than it looks.
You’ll be familiar with the phrase ‘You can’t have your cake and eat it too.’ So, what can a trader learn from this 16th-century saying? Well, quite a bit…
Aussie stocks fell nearly 1% yesterday, and the selling looks set to continue today. The Dow Jones index fell 0.55% overnight.
When do you sell a winning trade? Take a moment to think this through. This is one of the most crucial questions in share trading.
What really makes a car company great? Is it the profit they can make per car? Is it the amount of profit the company can make overall? Or is it innovation?
Today’s article is sort of like the beginners guide to technical analysis. This is the final part of the ‘how to’ series I’ve been running with.
While everyone was wringing their hands about property yesterday, the stock market just got on with it. The ASX 200 jumped 50 points to above 5,900.
Greg argues that you should profit from rising markets while you can. When it all comes undone, it won’t be pretty.
Investing your money is an incredibly hard game to play. It’s even harder to master. And most people simply won’t ever get near the level of a professional investor.
Many traders believe the entry point is the most important part of the trade. Sure, entries matter. But they’re not the most critical factor.