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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...

The Cycles Of A Trend

Posted on November 14, 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...

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"...

Against The Top Down Approach to Picking Stocks

Posted on May 3, 2019 by Charles Varma
If you have heard fund managers discuss the direction they invest, you understand a great number of hire a top down approach.First, they determine how a lot of their portfolio to allocate to stocks and just how much to allocate to bonds.At this stage, they could also choose the relative mixture of foreign and domestic securities...