China Stock Crash! Buy, Sell or Hold?

Trading in the Derivatives Segment

To understand the concept of Futures and Options the best way is to go through the definition. Futures and Options abbreviated as F&O are common forms of financial instruments called derivatives. Derivatives are financial instruments which derive its value from the underlying asset.

How to Be a Stock Market Superhero, Even If You’re Poor

Even on a lower income, it is very possible to become a successful stock market investor. Learn the most important key principals of the greatest investors of our time and how you can apply them to your own stock market strategy.

What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Trading?

Due to the problems that arose during paper shares, there was a need of a system that would make share transfer, buying/selling of shares, etc. an easier affair. Therefore in 1996, the Indian parliament passed the Derivatives act, which allowed online transaction of shares, thus making it much easier for the broker and investor. In the new online Trading system, an investor must open a demat account with one of the Stock Brokers to start trading online.

How Facebook Could Save Its Stock Price and Reputation As a Solid Business Model

An article about FaceBook Stock and IPO. Also talk about how to do damage control after the IPO.

Facebook Notes Although More Mobile Users – Fewer Advertising Click Throughs

Okay so, I’m not here to badmouth Facebook, and although I am not a participant, I think I understand why many in the younger generation are. I can comprehend the psychological challenges of our young people today with their low self-esteem, and their need for self-validation from their peers, even if their peers are only pictures on a screen, or potentially avatars of people who don’t even exist. Still, I will save all those points for a future article.

The Popularity of Covered Call Strategy

Covered call strategy has become a well-used approach in stock investments and is widely used by buyers and sellers alike. This has been so because using covered calls strategy will limit the amount of money you lose if the stock price goes down. If it doesn’t go down with much, you will even win money.

A Technical Bottoming the Last Day of May 2012 – Is a US Stock Market Summer Rally Possible?

Well, I guess the old adage “sell in May and go away” would have been the right play – at least in 2012 – or better yet, sell Mid May and take a two-week vacation and buy back in June 1, 2012 for a potentially strong Summer Rally after the correction. Okay so, let’s stop the gibberish and bearish news in the global financial media for a second and talk purely technical shall we? Although everyone is singing doom and gloom over Europe, remember the US is still in an election year, with low-inflation, low-interest rates, and ready to…

What Is Scripophily?

Scripophily, the collection of canceled stocks and bonds, is a growing hobby among collectors world wide. This practice gained notoriety in the 1970s and has continued to blossom since then.

Any Trade That Involves Buying or Selling of Shares Is Known As Stock Trading

Stock trading involves in dealing of investment funds, hedge funds, mutual funds and pension funds. It also involves in dealing with venture capital, equity investment, fund management and wealth management.

Stock Picking Without Emotion

This article talks about why it’s important to manage your emotions while investing. It also advises on staying away from great deals that are too good to be true.

Stock Trading: The 5 Best Stock Trading Books

Craig Fisher has been stock trading and investing for the last 10+ years. He has spent a lot of time and money reading stock trading books and attending courses and seminars. Craig finally feels he is out of the ‘beginner’s cycle’ and we recently chatted about his top 5 stock trading books. These are the 5 books that, should he have his time over, he would solely focus on and would recommend to other beginner stock traders.

Another Round of QE in the Works?

The Federal Reserve has pumped over $4 trillion into the economy, hoping this new money would spur lending and in turn, consumption. These interventions were intended to lower borrowing costs for companies and individuals, which would lead to higher stock prices, and maintain higher housing prices. The problem is, it isn’t working.

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