What if one idea could improve every area of your life? I’m talking about more money, a healthier body and better relationships. Would you be interested in that? Well, I’ve got it for you —…
What do movies sequels and trading have in common? Just like the movies, many people assume the original is the best. But these trades could make your year.
Is selling half a good idea? Think about this for a moment. Your answer could have a big impact on your results. Many people like to sell half of a profitable trade. They say it’s better to bank some profit early than risk a lower price later. As the saying goes, ‘You never go broke … Read More
I’m not revealing a system for winning lotteries. I’m not aware of a strategy that give you an edge. But I can give you an edge in the stock market.
Some weeks haven’t seen any buys at all. I know this isn’t what many people imagine share trading is like. But there’s a bit more to it…
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…
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.
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.
I’m a believer in big expectations. Setting your sights high can lead to spectacular outcomes. But, when it comes to the markets, be realistic.
Today’s update is about managing risk. I’m going to show you how trade size — and the number of stocks in your portfolio — can affect performance.
Even the biggest surprises seem obvious when we look back. But it’s never this easy in real time. That’s one of reasons why trading is so hard.
2017 has the potential to be a big year…bigger than many people can imagine. The question is: Do you know how to TRULY profit from it?
This mistake can cost you dearly. I believe it’s the number one reason share traders fail. What action do you think this is?
Now, these steps are not just for new traders. Anyone can benefit from this. I still use the following strategies whenever I’m outside my comfort zone.