Here’s a problem I’ve been wondering about, and I would like to know your guy’s opinions.
First, a little background. I’m a Junior in high school, and my play group mostly consists of my younger brother, and our neighbors, who range in age from high school to elementary school. Whenever we trade cards, I try to trade fairly for monetary value, as I am most in tune to that sort of thing. However, my brother doesn’t, and if I try to dissuade trades, he claims that it’s because I don’t want him getting powerful cards, as we play against each other the most.
What should I do if I see someone getting ripped off in a trade? What if someone is willing to be ripped off because they want the cards they are getting more than the cards they are getting rid of?
WORLDCLASS GUESTS where I look into the mindsets LIVE of Industry leaders. Hither Mann is the #1 Female forex Trader in the world and in this episode she shares Slide 1How to make moneyFemale advice in Business 12:00Being young and SuccessfulHow to take action How to be confident in your decisions 18:00 Why you should be different…
Hey GP! I've recently discovered that I really like John Cudia's Phantom and was wondering if you would mind gifting June 9, 2008; Broadway and/or April 26, 2009; Hartford? If not completely understandable. Please and thank you!
The Fed spoke about rates (and even mentioned the other “R” word) and the market listened… but as far as volume was concerned, nobody really seemed to care, as if minds are now made up (both bears and bulls) and nothing they say can shatter that resolve. In what was expected by many to be a blow out catalyst, turned out to be just a fizzle with a drop in volume across the board leaving just the…
Yesterday did not bring anything new to the euro/dollar. Fluctuations in the pair occurred in a range between support at 1.0820 and resistance of 1.0870. The market activity remains low, and how long it will last - it is impossible to predict. Bears are still need a steady break through of the 08-th figure, and the bulls - 1.1000-1.1059. The risks of further decline remained.
Hello there! I was wondering if you could gift the audio from Hugh Panaro's last show? I found a link from your gifts page but it's dead... Thank you!
Hugh Panaro, Mary Michael Patterson, Jeremy Hays, Michele McConnell, Christian Sebek, Laird Mackintosh, Tim Jerome, Ellen Harvey, Deanna Doyle May 3, 2014; Broadway Hugh Panaro’s last show. http://www.mediafire.com/?917b1jf1m7b51u6
For many beginner traders and investors, learning to read stock charts
often ends up being an exercise in futility. First, the different types
of candlestick patterns
like double/triple bottoms, wedges, broadening tops, etc. are not
rigorously defined and involve a bit of judgement depending on the
person reading the chart. Second, there’s a ton of debate over whether technical analysis and reading stock charts even leads to higher risk-adjusted returns on average. You may have heard of the Efficient Market Hypothesis and
end up jumping to the conclusion that you shouldn’t be wasting your
time with technical analysis since “there’s no free lunch” in the
financial markets. However, not all market participants (including
algorithmic traders) trade in a completely rational manner, especially
when the markets are under tremendous stress like in 2008 and 2011; this
often leads to inefficiencies which you can potentially profit from.
Later in this article, I’ll discuss the most easily identifiable chart patterns which signal an irrational market that’s under stress as well as other tools which you can use to gauge the psychology of market participants.
Si estás aquí es que me conoces o has encontrado este blog por casualidad, pero tranquilo, voy a ser breve: Aquí se va a hablar de Bolsa.
¿Y qué es la Bolsa? Te podrás preguntar. Bien, para entendernos la Bolsa es un mercado en el que se ponen en contacto principalmente empresas que demandan capital con inversores (familias, empresas y otras instituciones). La cotización de cada empresa varia constantemente según las fuerzas de la oferta y la demanda y en función de las circunstancias económicas, empresariales u otras.
¿Y en qué me beneficia invertir? Imagínate que inviertes en una empresa cuando está siendo infravalorada (barata) y vendes tu participación cuando está más sobre valorada (cara). Lo que obtienes es un beneficio económico que varía en cuanto hayas invertido.
Para empezar esto es todo lo que debes saber, lo demás te lo iré enseñando poco a poco, no quieras correr. Para ello, publicaré mis operaciones bursátiles y te detallaré el porqué. El porqué siempre estará relacionado con el análisis técnico, el cual te explicaré más adelante.
A diferencia de otros blogs, yo no te voy a hacer pedir nada, el favor me lo haces tú a mi. El hacer públicas mis operaciones bursátiles y tener que explicarlas me ayuda a perfeccionar mi sistema el cual algún día me permitirá poder vivir de la Bolsa.