Investor Checklist: Top Questions to Ask Before Buying

Success is not always a guarantee.  But if you have a plan in place, you increase your odds significantly. You see it’s not about having the “perfect” strategy. It’s about the rule you abide by with each trade.  Any one can trade a stock.  But it’s takes a disciplined trader to trade that stock well.  … Continue reading “Investor Checklist: Top Questions to Ask Before Buying”

The Top Questions to Ask Before Investing

Successful investing isn’t about having the “perfect” strategy. It’s about the rule you abide by with each trade. Many fail to use stop losses, or even protect gains with a simple trailing stop loss strategy. Others risk far too much. As we all know, that kind of risk can be a disaster if everything goes … Continue reading “The Top Questions to Ask Before Investing”

Three Top Investing Myths to Avoid at All Times

Sometimes big things come in small packages. It’s why penny stocks and small caps are so attractive. Unfortunately, there are also those of us that get caught up in the myths of small caps and miss the boat altogether. Some of those myths include: Myth No. 1 – You Need a Big Account to Trade … Continue reading “Three Top Investing Myths to Avoid at All Times”

How to Protect Your Nest Egg at All Times

At some point, we all want to stop working.  We just want to retire. We want to spend time with our kids, our grandkids. Unfortunately, for many of us, even the thought of being able to retire has been pushed back again and again.  And that shouldn’t happen at all. But there is one way … Continue reading “How to Protect Your Nest Egg at All Times”

The No. 1 Way to Lose Money in the Market

Trades can go against us at any time. But if we know how to protect our working capital, the better off we are. When you trade, think of yourself as a small business owner. Small businesses have to worry about unsold inventory, the possibility of high staff turnover, potential fires and electrical shortages – worst … Continue reading “The No. 1 Way to Lose Money in the Market”