Burst asset bubble or bubble

The recent crash of global stock markets from Hong Kong to New York has sparked another round of non-father controversy: Do central banks need to consider sharp adjustments in the prices of assets such as stocks and real estate, and consumer price indices? Is the asset bubble linked to inflation …

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Dow Jones Industrial Average: Average Investor Failure

In addition to a well-thought-out investment plan, successful stock investing requires that you get a feel for what’s happening in the real world, which we all call the “market”. For most investors, DJIA provides all the information they think they need, and they believe that these meandering averages have mysterious …

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Special reports for new investors

Apart from money, the only thing you need to start investing is a stock broker. Brokers can be individuals or organizations that place buy/sell orders. You can open an account like any normal bank account, except that you can deposit stocks and bonds as well as cash. Funds from the …

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Trading Psychology Plan

The great “tensile” analogy is exactly what you want to do yourself after months of paper-trading winners being replaced by real money losses. Psychological Trading Perspectives A trade discussion, or consideration of opening a trade, cannot be conducted without strict awareness – the majority of loser traders. It is said …

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What is value investing?

Different sources have different definitions of value investing. Some say value investing is an investment philosophy that prioritizes buying stocks that currently have a low price-to-book value ratio and high dividend yield. Others say that value investing is about buying stocks with a low P/E ratio. You may even hear …

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Trading options when investing

An option is a legal agreement between a buyer and seller to buy or sell a security at an agreed-upon price during a certain period of time. Paying for some of your belongings to be covered by an insurance company is a lot like insurance. The difference between the two …

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The psychology of trading vs trading method

The transactions are said to be 90% psychological and 10% systematic. Does this mean that a trader who manages emotional problems, regardless of their trading style, becomes a profitable trader, or is it impossible to manage emotions without applying skilled methods? ?? From a trading method perspective, these statistics are …

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Stop loss is very important when trading intraday futures

A stop loss order is an excellent, inexpensive and money-saving insurance policy. They are used to buy and sell at specified prices and significantly reduce the risk of buying and selling futures contracts. The stop loss order is automatically executed when the specified price is reached and takes the sentiment …

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