This morning, I sent an introduction to a new contributor to Trading Tips.
His name is Barry aka, “The Beef”.
Barry has over eleven years' experience in the markets. He brings a combination of technical analysis and fundamental insights to the table.
If you missed it, click here to read all about him.
As you can see, Barry is not playing any games. He already has his ... ››› more
You've probably heard the famous story of how Warren Buffett grew Berkshire & Hathaway into a multibillion dollar business. Or how the king of value investing, Benjamin Graham conquered the US stock market through the Great Depression.
But have you heard of the investor who managed to earn $19 million for his fund in just one year?
An investor who also managed to outperform the stock mark... ››› more
Twitter hit the stock market at the beginning of November last year. The hype surrounding the listing was similar to that seen when Facebook listed. Yesterday, the micro blogger released its figures for its first quarter. And even though the number were in line with forecasts, investors expected more. The share plunged in after-hours trading. Let's take a closer look at what Twitter revealed…
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“The man who begins to speculate in stocks with the intention of making a fortune usually goes broke, whereas the man who trades with a view of getting good interest on his money sometimes gets rich.” Charles Dow said this back in 1901. Over 100 years ago, Charles Dow wrote about how to make money in the stock market in his publication: The Wall Street Journal. Amazingly, the same rules for ma... ››› more
After it listed last May, Facebook's share has clawed its way back up to its debut price. Earlier today, the share finally made it past the $38 barrier that it's been trading well below. Let's have a closer look at what the share's been up to…
Facebook, the world’s biggest and best known social network site, came to the market in a furore of excitement. People who had never contemplated inve... ››› more
Technical analysis is a system of selecting shares that some investors heavily rely on. By studying past price movements of shares, technical analysts hope to predict the future movement of share prices. But where did the idea come from? You might be surprised to learn that technical analysis was born over 100 years ago…
The acknowledged father of technical analysis is the American journalist,... ››› more
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