I bet it's not easy for you to pick a great stock. In almost every case, you have already priced good and bad news about the company into the stock's share price. But every once in a while the market misprices a stock.
So how do you find these hidden gems?
The one number you need to have to find bargain stocks
A company's price to earnings ratio, or P/E, is one of the mos... ››› more
Back when I was a banker, I had the unique privilege of being trusted by many wealthy executives. And one thing they all had in common was an almost uncanny ability to 'follow the money'.
In trading, that comes down to knowing how to trade strong price-action 'money flow' patterns in the charts, which I'm about to share with you.
Instantly choosing the strongest trading sign... ››› more
Often Forex traders look at all their trades individually. But this is a mistake… One that could cost you dearly!
In fact, it could see you stealing from your own trading account without even knowing it.
And it's all because of something known as correlation.
So how can correlation cost you
When trading, you shouldn’t look at individual currency pairs as if they existed... ››› more
Building a nest egg should be a top priority for everyone. Unfortunately, we often forget that we should be saving more and we get carried away with spending money on useless things.
If you haven't started saving toward your nest egg, then it's high time you should. Start now with as little as you can, every step counts.
Don't postpone saving for a later time in the future because you might ... ››› more
Saving is crucial for building a comfortable and secure financial future. You never know what the future holds, so it's important to take precautionary measures and save money, so you're not caught off guard by unexpected expenses.
You may not want to waste money, but this is often the case. That's because it's much easier to waste money than it is to save it.
Living within your means and a... ››› more
There's an old saying in business: "Fail to plan and you plan to fail."
It may sound shallow, but if you're serious about being a successful trader. You should follow these eight words as if they were written in stone. Ask any trader who makes money on a consistent basis and they will tell you, "You have two choices: You can either carefully follow a written plan, or fail."
Why you need ... ››› more
Filing your annual tax return is quite a challenge and most people seek the services of a tax professional who can do all the work for them.
It's important to make a smart, carefully researched decision when choosing a tax professional to file your tax return and keep you informed about the latest changes in tax laws.
Here are some tips for choosing the right tax practitioner in times of ne... ››› more
It sounds too good to be true - Earning a good second income from just thirty to sixty minutes trading a day. It's a classic, less-is-more scenario, and it fits perfectly around your other commitments.
Today I'll show you how it's not only possible, but that trading around your day job certainly make you a better trader!
Naturally, it doesn’t make sense
When you’re mak... ››› more
We all know how expensive traveling can be. No matter how much you plan ahead, you are still bound to exceed your budget due to unexpected expenses.
Before choosing your next travel destination, take some time to research and find the most affordable options available.
You can save plenty of money on your next vacation by making smarter choices.
Here are some smart ways to save money w... ››› more
Ever stop to think how casinos really work and make money?
Casinos rake in tons of cash every single day. Despite the fact that their operators can't predict with certainty which person will be a total newbie or who will hit the jackpot playing slot machines.
And how can it make you a better trader.
The less money you lose, the more money you can make
Well, casinos are able ... ››› more
These days, few people can say that they have a generous amount in their savings accounts.
In tough economic times, most people find themselves struggling to get by and feel it is practically impossible to save money.
Here are a few good reasons to open a savings account.
1. You have money in case of an emergency
Should you have an urgent medical expense or another type of emergency... ››› more
Imagine having the power to predict Forex with extreme accuracy. The signals are very fast and profitable, appearing right before a strong trend starts.
Your success as a Forex trader depends on being able to identify when a currency or currency pair is oversold or overbought. Either it's strong or weak. It's this concept which lies at the heart of Forex trading.
I'm sure you've heard about... ››› more
Are you still wondering where all your money is going and why you can't manage to get out of debt?
How come some people manage to live comfortably and even save money, while others fail miserably at controlling their finances?
It's a matter of discipline and financial planning, skills that some people never possess.
The good news is that anyone can become financially responsible and ge... ››› more
Have you ever kept track of how much money you spend on groceries every month? The results might surprise or even scare you.
Since groceries are becoming more and more expensive, we need to look for efficient ways to reduce our grocery bill and save money.
Eating at home instead of dining out is one of the best ways to save money in the long run. It can also be much healthier, since you wou... ››› more
The age-old saying, “The only thing constant in life is change,” isn't any less true in trading. I remember the days during the 2008 financial crisis when the dollar index (USDX) gained 15.5% from August to October, it seemed like you couldn't go wrong buying the dollar.
I know a handful of traders who were around during the 2008 crisis. They're so traumatised they haven't noticed how marke... ››› more
“Trust us. We're from the government.” That's just what those in power are telling you to do. Does it reassure you?
If you rely on the government to protect your hard-earned savings, you might as well give up now. If, however, you would like to protect your family's future from the worst effects of this crisis, this article is a brief introduction to why and how you should do it.
There a... ››› more
When you reach retirement age, one of the things you want more than anything is to travel.
Now is your chance to travel the world, or at least see a few of the places you always wanted to see, but never managed.
But what happens when your retirement income doesn't allow you to travel as much as you would like to?
All those trips you have planned are quite expensive and unless you managed... ››› more
In uncertain economic times, it's essential that we have more money saved to cover essential expenses.
Adopting a more frugal lifestyle can help you increase your savings and help you become more relaxed when it comes to your finances.
How many times have you found yourself spending money on products or services you don't really need? It's time to put a stop the spending sprees and become mo... ››› more
We all know that we should put more money aside for a rainy day. However, most of us neglect to do this.
Whether it's because you are not disciplined and haven't been taught to save money, you live from paycheck to paycheck, or you simply haven't given it much thought, it's important that you start saving money right now.
You never know when you'll need an emergency fund. That's why it's sm... ››› more
“A greedy person and a poor person are practically one and the same.”
The Swiss proverb above couldn't be more true for us traders. As you may know, many traders (and their accounts) have suffered because of greed. In fact, this is how the saying, “Bulls and bears make money; hogs get slaughtered” came about.
No other animal embodies greed better than the hog, and in the trading busine... ››› more
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