Category Archives: Maximizing Profit

How to Trade When the Markets Go Sideways

Wall Street loves volatility – the more chaos, the more opportunities for profit. It’s relatively easy to turn a profit when the market is going up and just as easy when the markets are going down. It’s when volatility dries up and markets trade in a holding pattern that investors see drops in returns. It … Read More

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Stocks and Bonds: How To Allocate Your Portfolio’s Holdings

If you watch any financial news program or read investment-based articles, you might notice something interesting – they’re usually about stocks. There might be a bit about currencies, commodities and bonds, but by and large stocks get the most coverage. There’s a good reason for it: stocks tend to be the first type of asset class … Read More

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The Folly of Anchoring in Stock Trading

One of the metrics you use to gauge whether or not to purchase a company’s stock is based on how their price has fluctuated over time. There’s a certain rush you feel when you see a company’s value appreciating at a 45 degree angle. The urge to buy stock in a positively moving company like that … Read More

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