How not to love Central Banks? With such an abundance of free money with zero or negative interest rates, who would be crazy enough not to use it in unfruitful projects? Us.
Here’s the story: no time, no stomach, no return, full risk. A friend of mine wants the omelet but is afraid of breaking the eggs. Meanwhile, the eggs deteriorate in the refrigerator.
In Lessons on Investing, Collection II, we will continue to show you how everyday situations can teach you more about trading and investing than you can imagine.
In this edition of the Trading Justice newsletter, we will show you how everyday situations can teach you more about trading and investing than you can imagine.
Welcome to Extremistan, Part II: In this edition, we will present 15 rules on how to survive and be successful in the stock market.
Welcome to the July 2019 edition of the Trading Justice newsletter. In this edition, we will be talking about the Extremistan, the world of extreme events.
In this June edition of the Trading Justice newsletter, we are going to be talking about impossible foods and human behavior and how it all relates, in the end, to financial education as the only viable solution.
The stock market is full of clever axioms. Some have a lot of truth and can greatly improve your trading. However, the market is also full of statements and beliefs that are widely accepted that do not involve the principles of technical analysis and proper trade management at all. “Sell in May and Go Away” is one of them.
How successful traders and investors are born? The first step is mastering Portfolio Design; the second is mastering Position Sizing; the third, and final, is mastering the Risk-Reward Ratio. Master the Holy Trinity of Trading and you shall succeed.
How successful traders and investors are born? The first step is mastering Portfolio Design; the second is mastering Position Sizing. Above all, Position Sizing is an exercise of humility. We don’t move the markets, we follow them. They are indifferent to us and can be very hostile. They are not simple, but utterly complex and we don’t know the future. Only Position Sizing will be there for us when all else fails.