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What Really Matters in Investing
When you’re an active manager of your own account, it’s common to live and die with every trade. Every big move by the market seems larger than life, and a bad month or two can convince investors that they don’t have what it takes!
Stock Market Research: How to Evaluate the Stock Market
I am often asked whether the stock market is going to go up or down in the weeks or months ahead. No one knows for sure which direction the stock market is going to take, but I know I can enhance my investment performance.
Portfolio Risk Management
Over all the years I’ve been investing, the one thing that hits me between the eyes, over and over, is that the biggest influence on the success of your stock portfolio is the general trend of the broad market.
Two Major Market Trends
Every now and then I like to write about a couple of big, long-term investing ideas that are on my mind; not stocks, per se, but major market trends that could produce huge opportunities in the months ahead.
The Stock is Not the Company
The media gives you the impression that the market (and, hence, individual stocks) are directly responding to specific news, such as earnings, economic data, politics or international affairs. But that’s totally wrong!
How to Become an Instant Stock Market Expert
The more research you do on a stock, the better your results will be ... up to a point. The kind of research I'm talking about is the kind that makes you an instant expert. That's someone who can take in lots of information, make sense of it, and make a decision.