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Stock Market Guide

Posted on June 11, 2020 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 May 19, 2020 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 April 4, 2020 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...

Are Technical Indicators Such as the VIX a Reason to Get Involved with a Stock?

Posted on March 21, 2020 by Charles Varma
Once in a while the technical indicators begin making news.When it's the VIX, or a moving average, someone picks up the story and soon it's on CNBC or Bloomberg as the news of the day.So, as an investor one must ask,"are specialized indications a reason to buy or sell?" In certain respects the answer is no, because"investing" is something different from swing trading or day trading...

A Short Term Tactic for Capturing More Profits

Posted on February 9, 2020 by Charles Varma
It's known as"dividend catch".This strategy is implemented when a dealer buys a stock just prior to the ex-dividend date, so he or she'll be a shareholder of record on the record date, and will get the dividend.Since the stock falls by the amount of the dividend on the ex-dividend date, the plan calls for the dealer to then await the stock to return to the cost where he or she purchased it before the ex-dividend date...