Are you prepared for the latest FOMC meeting minutes tomorrow? According to Real Time Economics, just 3% of economists see the Fed raising rates, down from 9% in the last poll.
Technical analysis refers to the study of past price action to predict future market moves. It makes use of charts, trading volume, and other statistical or mathematical indicators to gauge how the market might behave, based on the concept that the fundamentals of an asset are reflected in its historical price action.
The Fed cut rates back to zero, Facebook becomes the biggest company in the world and Donald Trump causes the next Great Depression. Read on to see my 10 Outrageous Predictions For 2016 and let me know what yours are…
Stock markets finished higher last week with the Dow Jones Industrial Average up just over 100 points and the benchmark indexes climbing around 2% in what was a shortened week thanks to the public holiday. This was one of the best weekly performances since March.
With markets down around 10% in 2015 it could be argued that this is not yet a true crash. Investors appear to be so conditioned to upward gains that they consider even a small correction as a major crash. Yet, it is recent price action that experienced investors are most worried about and the omens […]
End-of-day trading simply means to make trading decisions very near to, or after the markets close. It’s essentially the opposite of day trading.
Trading systems fail all the time I’d spent hours, days, weeks, months. Testing, optimising, fine-tuning. I’d read books, journals, blogs, studied the market, stared at quote screens and charts till my eyes were red and I could see them repeating in my sleep. I ate, slept and breathed the markets. I hated the weekends. Whenever Saturday […]
Warren Buffett is one of the richest men in the world and it is not hard to argue him being the greatest investor the world has ever seen. Sure, there are money managers who have produced greater yearly returns over the course of 10 or 20 years but none have been able to compound wealth so well […]
I was just watching James Altucher on YouTube who said that buying a property is a bad investment choice. Wait, no. He didn’t say it was a bad investment choice. He said it was a bad lifestyle choice. So why would he say such a thing? Well, it seems to me that he’s talking firmly […]