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Fundamental Analysis for Trading Stocks

Posted on August 19, 2020 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...

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...

How To Become A Successful Stock Investor

Posted on October 19, 2019 by Charles Varma
The key to learning to be a successful stock investor would be to know the difference between an excellent investment and a negative investment.Many investors assume that great companies are excellent investments, but this is simply not always a precise assessment.Sometimes, an excellent business could make a lousy investment...

Finding the Bottom on Micro Cap and Penny Stocks

Posted on September 2, 2019 by Charles Varma
Trading inexpensive Micro cap and small cap stocks is really a "High Risk High Reward" style of trading.I have found that one of the most profitable ways to trade these stocks is by finding the bottoms.In case you are correct and find the bottom, the stock has nowhere to go but up.In case you are wrong and miss the bottom, no one wants to "catch a falling knife"...

Reducing Risk and Keeping Your Financial House In Order

Posted on July 6, 2019 by Charles Varma
Reducing risk to your cash and protecting your trading capital must come prior to making profit the currency markets; it should always be placed first in your thoughts when trading.You need to learn and be more comfortable with this being your first priority when trading.I understand that sounds just a little strange, but it's 100% true and an essential mindset to find yourself in...

Playing The Trend

Posted on April 21, 2019 by Charles Varma
If you want to to trade trends you will discover that sometimes a genuine trend will not materialize for a long period.Everything you may observe is really a sideways movement which has a breakout with a brief trend also it fades following a relatively small price movement.The trend then falters and falls back off to the prior range high and approximate breakout price...

One-Fund Investing

Posted on March 21, 2019 by Charles Varma
You could have some, perhaps all your assets in a stock mutual fund when market conditions are favorable.We want a mutual fund rather than basket of individual stocks because.Many retirement accounts usually do not offer usage of stocks.We want the broad diversification obtainable in a fund.A specific stock may miss most or most of an over-all market advance, but a fund with wide market exposure will probably get a little bit of the action...

Over The OTCBB and Pink Sheets

Posted on January 14, 2019 by Charles Varma
OTCBB and the Pink Sheets will be the two forms of penny stocks you will come across.The primary difference between your two is that OTCBB stocks must file with the SEC and the pink sheet stocks aren't.Some traders won't trade pink sheets for this reason, those traders are passing up on some very nice opportunities...