The bottom line is, are we making money? Not how well-thought-out or well-researched a trading strategy is, but is it making money?
Price is what matters. A prime example of this played out in the public’s eye recently, as Bill Ackman, a famed activist investor, failed miserably.
If you’ve ever felt bad about a poor decision, just think of famous investor Bill Ackman’s recent decision to throw in the towel on Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
In this new era of retail, shoppers are armed with information about what products cost and are looking for the lowest prices.
With the spate of new all-time highs, passive investors are being well-rewarded. But it’s risky when too many people rush to one investment strategy.
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.
A market sentiment indicator has climbed to new highs, confirming that the current bull rally still has at least another leg higher left.
For every trade you make and every dollar you invest, you should know what your risk is and what your target reward is.