Out of all the financial instruments. The options seem to be the one that strikes the biggest spike in nervousness from most investors. Everyone seems to have a story of someone who lost a packet. So is options trading dangerous? I don’t think so! Ok easy to say but how do you back this up? […]
What you can learn from McDonalds and apply to today’s high tech market leader: Last week I shared some of the research findings from my trip to the US. I mentioned, in passing Tesla Motors. Let me give you a quick heads up – and I mean quick. This machine goes from zero to 100/no
Could you imagine if a simple question could make you rethink everything you’ve ever traded for the past 20 years?
Let me ask you a question – one I just got asked myself… Could you imagine if a simple question could make you rethink everything you’ve ever traded for the past 20 years? Have you ever felt stressed, when making an investment decision? Fair enough too – remember writing that deposit cheque out when you
You snooze you lose! Why you need to be active in the markets: Investors were worried about the recent stock market ‘correction’. Some fearfully sold their stock, but have hesitated getting back in. Now, the ASX200 has rebounded more than 70% of the decline. And if you weren’t active in the markets, you have missed
Self Selecting Trades versus The Model Portfolio: Many of us would consider ourselves as being quite “intelligent”. Let’s face it, if it wasn’t for our own individual brilliance, we wouldn’t be where we are today. But one aspect of true intelligence (in this author’s view). Is to identify our own personal weaknesses. And seek the
For those that follow the stock markets closely, the past month or two has seen nervousness rise. And with events in Crimea, North Korea and Turkey all turning up the heat, in terms of geo-politics. For some, this has meant pulling on the crash helmet and getting in the bunker. However, not for those who