Is this the Bottom of the Stock Market Fall?

This is the most frequently asked question I get when the markets decline sharply, or around that magical 10% level – or what is commonly referred to as a “Correction”. Memories of the big stock market crashes such as the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) in 2007/08, the 2000 Tech Bubble, 1997 Asian Currency Crisis,

By |2018-11-04T20:00:06+00:00November 4th, 2018|Categories: Analytics, Mentoring, Stock Market|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Earnings Season. What does it mean, and how does it influence stock performance?

Every quarter, US companies are required to present a financial report to the SEC and subsequently the public, showing the financial performance of the company for a specific time period. An earnings release date is scheduled for a specific date, with the company then issuing an earnings estimate for the upcoming time period (typically

Are you in the 90% of Traders who lose money?

When it comes to personally managing money in the stock market, the plain fact is that most investors and traders end up losing. How do I know this? I’ve spent the last 20 years managing money and teaching stock market strategy. See, it doesn’t matter what the ‘gurus’ might tell you, or the perception

Start building a Defensive Portfolio because this Bull Market won’t last!

The current Bull market is the second longest in history, but is it coming to an end? The 10% decline early in the year hasn’t yet found its feet to resume the long-term Bull market. And while that alone doesn’t mean we will see a Bearish change, it does spark some concerns for how

Stock Market Cash flow Strategies you can adopt for Retirement

When it comes to stock market retirement strategies, there are a multitude that you can adopt. But there are two key things all investors want: to limit Risk and to make Money. Returns are created either through Capital Growth or through Cash flow. And the performance in either correlates

Strategy Review – Buy the Dip v Buy High Sell Higher

The perfect entry point into a trade can be a debatable topic. Is there a method to pick an ideal entry point? Nothing is guaranteed in the markets, so my opinion is that you need to find consistency in a methodology that has a higher probability of return over trying to get it 100%

By |2018-02-27T11:47:57+00:00January 31st, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

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