I’ve learned that price action alone isn’t enough to define a bubble. Let’s look at some classic bubbles so we know what we should be watching for…
Researchers at the Cleveland branch of the Federal Reserve have found that the “head and shoulders” pattern can be traded profitably.
Short-term trading — holding stocks for weeks or, at most, a couple months — has the potential to increase wealth quickly.
Some investors like to ignore losses, but a loss is real whether you sell or not. And ignoring it and refusing to sell risks even more money.
There’s no harm in stock market nationalism. But even if we invest 100% in the U.S., our analysis can benefit from a global perspective.
You should probably forget everything you think you know about volatility. That means you’ll bring an open mind to the current market situation.
In this new era of retail, shoppers are armed with information about what products cost and are looking for the lowest prices.
The stock market has gone almost straight up since the election, and the reason for the gain might be the expected change in tax policy.
Warren Buffett is the world’s greatest investor, but he rarely speaks about how he achieves his success. We should focus on what he does with his money.