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The right trading plan based on sound investment principles combined with the right psychological makeup can play a big role in determining investor success. Many investors have likely at one point or another experienced the tremendous stress that can be involved with watching their investment portfolios decrease in value. Over the years these investors have likely heard the Wall Street ‘buy and hold for the long term’ mantra repeated over and over. That might be acceptable advice for someone with a very long term outlook and little time or desire to watch his investments on a consistent basis. But, what about those ...
However, with the advent of electronic trading and margin trading, day trading has become increasingly popular among casual, at-home traders .
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Penny Stock Investing…is This A Good Idea? | Penny Stock Answers
First, a quick background. I’m a college student & my knowledge of investing in stocks is limited to the few economics & finance courses I have taken. Anyway, I have about $7,000 just sitting in a savings account which I have been accumulating since I was a teenager (I practically save all my money). I have no need for that much liquidity (my parents pay my tuition & for my car & tell me not to get a job while in college because it’ll mess with my academic performance) & wanted to see if the following is a feasible idea, or if I’m just a moron. I follow a lot of different stocks, some obscure ones. But anyway ... market research, surveys and trends

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Options Trader: Which Way Wednesday, Fed Edition -- Seeking Alpha
Nice intraday trading calls this week Phil. You have me hooked on trading SPY options analogously to your DIA moves. I paid some tuition the last few weeks but I think I have the hang of it. Don’t be greedy and be happy with 0.05 to 0.10 and sometimes you’re lucky with much bigger moves. Thanks for the training! - TmDecay, Feb 26, 2010   Just closed out my V put for 50% in 24 hours thanks Phil! - Humvee, Jan 5, 2010   The best play I made this year was PSW. Will renew my membership tonight. Looking for the same trading profit percentages next year, but ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Robert Kiyosaki - Blog Toplist
Recently, Robert Kiyosaki appeared on Fox News to promote his newest book, Increase Your Financial IQ. On Your World with Neil Cavuto, Robert talked about how his earlier predictions have come true and discussed the current real estate market, including explaining how he chooses where to invest.� His real estate investments follow the job market;� in ... Review of Robert Kiyosaki?s latest book 2008-05-15 18:45:00 MillionDollarJourney.com has this to say about Robert Kiyosaki’s latest book:  For those of you who aren’t familiar with the Rich Dad series, it’s a financial education series which teaches you how to ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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The Emotions of Risk
I believe this book to be foundational to new traders because it discusses, what else, the nature of risk in the market. What I love about Mamis' book is the unique way that he writes about market risk, and the way that he juxtaposes two seemingly opposing ideas, that are not in opposition at all. From that juxtaposition he illuminates. (Read on for an example). I wanted to do a brief post on some of his concepts from Chapter 6, The Emotions of Risk. I think that some readers will find some resonance. I particularly wanted to share some of these concepts that might engage your brain into thinking about ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
How do investing costs hurt returns? Let us count the ways
ees are the silent killers of investment returns. Many investors are only dimly aware that fees even exist, but over the long term, fees can cause serious damage to a portfolio. Consider that $100,000 invested at 8 per cent for 25 years will grow to $684,847. Take off just 2 per cent in fees and that same $100,000 will grow to $429,187 – a difference of $255,660. Studies show that about half of mutual fund investors have no idea they’re paying any fees at all. What’s more, those that are aware of fees often believe that higher costs are the price for higher returns, when in fact keeping costs low is the key to ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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How to Lose in the Stock Market
about learning about successful investing/trading. The Three Ways to Get Rich. Fred J Young wrote a book, which only an American could call How to Get Rich ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
STATE OF MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, LABOR & ECONOMIC GROWTH ...
Respondent portrayed himself as a successful investment trader and marketed his trading abilities as highly profitable with the ability to generate excess ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Asset Selection: Strategies and Evidence
The cost of trading clearly imposes a drag on the performance of portfolio managers. As we debate the extent of these costs, we need to get a measure of what the costs are, how they vary across investment strategies and how investors can minimize these costs. In the previous chapter, Robert Arnott discussed some of the difficulties associated with the measurement of trading costs, and noted the debate between those who think trading costs are too high, taking an expansive view of what comprises these costs, and those who argue that it is negligible from the perspective of the entire market. In this chapter, we will take a middle ...
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Penny stock investing...is this a good idea? - Yahoo! Answers
First, a quick background. I'm a college student and my knowledge of investing in stocks is limited to the few economics and finance courses I have taken. Anyway, I have about $7,000 just sitting in a savings account which I have been accumulating since I was a teenager (I practically save all my money). I have no need for that much liquidity (my parents pay my tuition and for my car and tell me not to get a job while in college because it'll mess with my academic performance) and wanted to see if the following is a feasible idea, or if I'm just a moron. I follow a lot of different stocks, some obscure ...
Day Trading: Investing in a stock recently sold, tax deduction ...
Most questions regarding the essential and complex elements of the stock, option, and currency markets; many questions regarding technical analysis; questions pertaining to day, swing, and position trading and especially to trading psychology. Experience I have worked for over nine years in the trading industry, starting as a research analyst for an equity hedge fund and as a financial advisor for Prudential Securities where I received my Series 7, 6, and 63 licenses. For over four years I also worked for Investools (NASD: SWIM) as a mentor to hundreds of individual traders, training them in all aspects of successful investing ...