Last week I received an email courtesy of the StockTwits newsletter with the headline ‘This Market Is Confusing Everyone’.
Apparently, because the market has fallen, gone up, and then fallen again (in the space of a few days) investors are totally confused and the market is ‘faking out everyone’. Read more »
The stock market cannot go up forever. At some point there will be another stock market crash and as always there will be some winners and some losers.
In this article, I look at some techniques investors can use during a market crash and reveal two interesting strategies based on a recent academic paper. Read more »
In this article I implement Ray Dalio’s All Weather portfolio using popular ETFs and I back-test the strategy using Amibroker. The results show nice risk-adjusted returns for investors. Read more »
I recently came across the following question on the website Quora so I thought I would add some thoughts.
This is a topic that is currently dominating the markets right now. Nearly everyone is concerned that the market is well overdue for a correction so it feels important to address this issue: Read more »
In this article I take a look at some timeless investing advice from Peter Lynch. Lynch is an American investor who ran the Magellan Fund at Fidelity Investments between 1977 and 1990. He’s one of the most successful fund managers of all time averaging an annual return for Magellan of 29.2%. Read more »
Although I love to test trading systems and write about new trading ideas the last couple of months I have been doing a lot of reading about Charlie Munger and his mental models.
Mental models, in essence, are ideas or concepts that help us understand how the world works. Concepts such as the confirmation bias, availability bias, hindsight bias and regression to the mean.
I’ve found that learning about these concepts can really help improve all areas of your life including trading and investing. Read more »
Successful investing is both an art and a science.
We can see this must be true because if investing was purely a science then the richest investors in the world would all be professors and academics. Read more »
I have spent much of the morning reading Misbehaving: The Making Of Behavioral Economics by leading expert and professor, Richard H. Thaler. This is a book that offers a full introduction into behavioral economics whilst managing to still be entertaining and readable. Read more »
Visa Inc. ($V) is a multinational financial services company that facilitates the transfer of funds around the world via Visa-branded credit cards and debit cards. If you didn’t already know that you must be living on another planet because Visa is everywhere. Here are 10 reasons why you might want to buy the stock today. Read more »
How much money would you have made if you’d invested $500 a month into Apple stock over the last 15 years? What about other major US companies like General Electric, JP Morgan or Visa? Is this even a good investment strategy? In this article, I find out.
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