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Year: 2019

Articles created in the year 2019

The Cycles Of A Trend

Posted on December 10, 2019 by Charles Varma
It is often accepted there are four stages of a trend.These stages constitute a cycle and each cycle has smaller cycles contained within them.It doesn't matter whether you want to trade with 5-minute charts or monthly charts.Each market will undoubtedly be in a few stage of the cycle when you are observing it.Before you even consider engaging in a trade you ought to have some notion of where in fact the market is in the cycle...

How To Plan For Success In The Share Market

Posted on November 22, 2019 by Charles Varma
To trade shares in the currency markets successfully you will need a strategy.This plan is actually a currency markets share trading system.The currency markets share trading system is really a group of rules that lets you know how to proceed, no real matter what the marketplace circumstances.Your trading system forces one to make decisions predicated on proven market patterns - instead of emotions - which forces one to profit...

Stock Trading with an Offshore Brokerage Account

Posted on October 12, 2019 by Charles Varma
With a global Business Corporation, trading offshore might have several benefits.Your offshore brokerage account could be under your IBC company name, which ensures privacy while trading because your individual name is never revealed.Offshore brokerage houses have already been using this way of years to trade in complete privacy in a tax-free setting.Once you've established your IBC, you'll have the decision of opening a domestic brokerage account or an offshore brokerage account...

Book Value Of A Company

Posted on September 1, 2019 by Charles Varma
Book Value of AN ORGANIZATION means the sum of the all assets subtracted by the sum of the all liabilities/obligations.Put simply, this is exactly what shareholders are certain to get if the business would be to cease operations immediately.The truth, however, differs from that.Book Value will not always reflect what shareholders are certain to get in case of liquidation.Therefore, we can not depend on book value to get the value of an organization during liquidation...

Signs of Dividend Cut

Posted on August 27, 2019 by Charles Varma
Certain circumstances might force them to slice the dividend.Yes, it really is embarrassing.But, it could be had a need to survive.Business could be slow.Debt payments could be coming due.Whatever it really is, dividend cut generally isn't a very important thing.Here are several indications that management will cut future dividend:Huge Loss.Whenever a company isn't profitable, dividend cut could be initiated...

Buying Company That is Down

Posted on July 19, 2019 by Charles Varma
I hope you understand how exactly to differentiate an organization that's out and an organization that's down.We've discussed these before and you also are welcomed to check on it out at our commentary section.Today, though, we will talk more about reasons to get company that's down.Why should we as investors buy companies which are down? We will buy company that's out or company that's doing fine? Listed below are the key reason why:Cheap...

Be Extremely Diligent Around The Open

Posted on June 24, 2019 by Charles Varma
Be very diligent around the open.Trades collect before the bell and after the market opens the market makers get to work on this pile of orders.Traders frequently don't know the quanity of orders out there and whether they are purchases or sells.This makes it very hard to tell where the stock is headed in the minutes following the start or how long it will take for orders to be filled.If your stock is trading for the first time or has been volatile, it can have tumultuous opening moments...

Fundamental Analysis for Trading Stocks

Posted on May 16, 2019 by Charles Varma
Fundamental analysis, the analysis of profits, earnings, income, assets, etc.etc.It was the mainstay of stock market investing for decades and decades.Finding a diamond in the rough, was what investors looked for, it's what mutual fund managers use today as their primary tool.It's what is done by hundreds, or even thousands of brokerage houses, stock market investor solutions, and mutual fund managers every day of their lives...

Why Not Buy the Dips?

Posted on April 19, 2019 by Charles Varma
Every so often we get a question asking why we do not"buy the dips" more when we're taking a look at potential stock plays and the answer is actually simple.It is not"our" style.That is not to say it is wrong, or that you should not do it, we just don't find it works as well for us.Allow me to explain.In the realm of trading you will find a zillion styles.Some ride endings, some speculate in basics, some are pure daytrades while others are swing traders...

Stock Market Guide

Posted on March 4, 2019 by Charles Varma
Stock market is a curious location for many.It's because the place has given birth to a lot of millionaires and is also in charge of turning millionaires to locals.Hence the bulls and bears have always been charismatic.Now millions of individuals invest in the stock market to earn decent money.The aura of this place is such that it's swarming with people any hour of the day and any period of the year...

Timing Your Trades

Posted on February 6, 2019 by Charles Varma
Timing is everything.You have heard it a thousand times.It is a tired, over-used cliche that happens to be true.Regardless of what you are up against, timing is everything.If you are a futures or stock dealer, timing is the only thing between you and the poor house.It is a statistical certainty that in case you play with a zero-sum match with unlimited downside risk long enough, you may drop everything you have...

Selling Corporate Shares - Be Careful

Posted on January 8, 2019 by Charles Varma
One of the touted benefits of having a company is the ease of transferring stocks.Oftentimes, this supposed benefit is simply incorrect.Transfer SharesAccording to"experts", employing a company has one bid edge over other entities.The benefit is the ability to transfer stocks without affecting the company or viability of their corporate structure.Consider the following example.If I have a 60 percent interest in a general partnership, I can not just sell it to somebody else...