Avoid the Five Fatal Trading Mistakes and Start Winning in the Market Place

Avoid the Five Fatal Trading Mistakes and Start Winning in the Market Place

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Avoid the Five Fatal Trading Mistakes and Start Winning in the Market Place

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Imagine if you had to choose between having more time or more dollars. Which would you choose and what if you could have both?

This is one of the biggest decisions we actually get to make in life. Sometimes, it is conscious and we actually choose, other times, it is subconscious and we simply slip into a life of work, routine and didn’t even realise it happened. Having more of both time and money is possible, but requires a […]

Make sure you learn how to avoid one of the biggest mistakes that are made by investors

Investing is often seen as being all about return. However, all returns are not the same! All too often, investors make the big mistake – the rookie error of selecting their investment strategy or approach based solely on return. How can looking at the return be a mistake? Looking at the return is not the […]

Helping you with smoother investment returns and How to avoid Australia’s own property calamity in one simple process

Following up on last weeks Spanish article, this week, further travelling  has revealed some critically important lessons that Australian investors can use to better select and avoid what surely must be a calamity in the making for those unaware. Driving down from Barcelona to Valencia, Spain’s second largest city, I took a detour through several […]

Why are some people on the outside looking in?

This week I have been fortunate enough to spend time in Italy, and took my wife to Venice. Without question a truly spectacular city in every sense, from the almost movie set feel of the Grand Canal to the grandeur of the Basilica. One of my to do’s was to have an Espresso, while watching […]

Top 10 widely believed Stock Market Myths Explained

Trading on a daily basis for the last 15 years, I’ve heard just about every myth there is. A recent conversation with a friend reminded me of some of the key myths that have been around since the dawn of regulated markets (and possibly beyond!). So I thought I’d take a look at my top […]

Hedge your stock portfolio against a market crash

Investment decisions are normally made based on an emotional response. As a professional advisor, I need to remove all emotion in the decision making process. To do this, having a broad understanding of how the stock market works helps alleviate uncertainty. But having an in-depth knowledge of the available strategies provides a course of action […]

5 reasons why ETF investments will make you money in 2014

Are your financial goals to make money with passive, low-cost investments? Do you struggle picking the direction of individual stocks, or feel overwhelmed by the task of having to choose the right stock to make money with? Then I would suggest you look to invest in Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) – the upcoming investment market […]

Correction or Crash? Four actions to take to protect your portfolio

January closed on a downbeat as the markets lost momentum from the 2013 buyers. Now, with the leading indices pushing for new medium-term lows, the million dollar question is whether we are in a stock market correction or if we are heading for a Crash! Year to date, the ASX200 index has lost 255 points […]

The 2013 Stock Market Bubble. Is it real?

Depending on your point of view, the unembellished rise of the Stock Market throughout 2013 is either a well deserved return to profitability, or it is a precursor to the mother of all stock market collapses. If your view is the latter, then right now is the pinnacle of a bubble that could eclipse the […]

The 10 Commandments of Covered Call writing – from a seasoned Professional

Covered Call writing has become the mainstay of my market exposure. It is my bread and butter, so to speak. I’ve implemented this strategy since 2003, dealing mostly with positions on the US stock markets. And while how I approach this strategy has changed very little in more than 10 years, there are some subtle […]