It’s not too late to fix an ailing portfolio, Rick Murphy shows you how it’s done in this guest post. Photo by: gerlos
According to the financial experts, ways to duck the stationery trend of the financial markets will be the most interesting talking point amongst traders as well as investors. The environment is all the more grim since the U.S. government is trying its best to make the economy debt-free or at least contain it within the specified debt ceiling.
As a trader, you’ll need to figure out the necessary investment strategies in order to manage your finances well in 2013.
Investment tips for traders
Following these investment tips will help you to put your finances in the most profitable use: Read More
So, guess who was quietly picking up momentum while the rest of the word dealt with the shitstorm?
The Sensex index!
You know it took a beating in 2011, but things have been changing for the Indian index lately. And since we only look at the hard data and trading setups according to our rules, here is the setup: Read More
Markets are collapsing mode except for the Volatility Index (the Fear Index) and the US Dollar. Top risk rewards for the best potential markets are:-
USD 1x: -3% vs. 12%
EUR 2x: -8% vs. 14%
Silver 2x: 28% vs. 67%
Italy 2x: -30% vs. 47%
VIX 1x: -36% vs. 83%
Gold Miners 3x: -65% vs. 98%
VIX 2x: -73% vs. 167%
Natural Gas 2x: -74% vs. 89%
Here they are (Yellow line for volatility, green line for current price and for targets):- Read More
Sometimes IPOs flop.
And they often do that with style.
Especially when the bear market is raring it’s ugly head.
If you think Facebook is the sure thing.. Well, all I can tell you is:
Don’t be too sure!
You don’t have to go that far back in history (December, 2011) to see what happened to Zynga. This was supposed to be the “hottest social networking game IPO in history”… and what happened to it? This chart will tell you: Read More