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Strong Buy Stocks And Other Thoughts On Analysts

Posted on Thursday, 30 August 2018
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Nothing beats doing your own homework when it comes to trading and investing. However, strong buy stocks are recommendations from wall street analysts that are among the most bullish. Wall street analysts can be wrong but often times their opinions are highly respected. Banks and research firms hire analysts to speak with corporate executives, r... Continue reading

How To Discover Undervalued Stocks

Posted on Tuesday, 21 August 2018

Many investors dream of finding undervalued stocks.  Imagine buying Netflix, before it became a household name. For a good part of 2002 and some of 2003, Netflix was trading under $1 per share. A penny stock!! Fast forward to 2018, and it has a larger market cap than Disney. A $10,000 purchase of Netflix stock on Sep 29, 2002 was worth over $5.... Continue reading

How To Get Started Buying and Selling Stocks

Posted on Friday, 03 August 2018
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Let's face it, most people don't know how to start a business or even have the time to try. However, they all have the opportunity to invest in the best companies in the world through the stock market. This is done by buying and selling stocks on publicly traded companies. For example, Apple and Amazon are two of the largest companies in the wor... Continue reading

Best Options Trading Strategies For Investors

Posted on Friday, 03 August 2018

Trading options can create an added dimension to your overall trading. Some options trading strategies will offer greater flexibility, and better risk/reward than trading the underlying stock. You see, when you're trading stocks you are betting that the stock price rises ( long) or falls (short). But with options, you can bet that the price of a... Continue reading

Day Trading for Dummies – Essential Tips & Tricks

Posted on Thursday, 02 August 2018

What is day trading for dummies, a better question, what is day trading? Day trading is the art of buying or selling stocks in hopes of turning a short-term profit. A day trader enters each day in cash and ends the day the same way.  A typical day trade can last a couple of seconds to several hours but must be closed out by or before the close ... Continue reading