Short-term Trading Vs Long-term Stock Investment

At times, you may be losing your patience and become frustrated over the performance of your invested stocks. This is obvious. Like many of you, I also do that. Oftentimes, you would also be thinking if you could put your money in elsewhere like real estate or other better option of investment vehicles instead of …

Stock Market: The Unbiased Insider Facts

One of the hardest tasks you may ever face is choosing winning stocks in the stock market. As an investor, you may find it tough to figure the winning stocks out of thousands of publicly traded stocks. Even large brokerage firm finds it hard to determine the best stocks for them or their clients. Today …

How To Identify Hot Stock Multi-bagger-A Guide

Multi-bagger is a term you will seldom find in a book, but floating around in the stock market. This hot stock is the one that can be able to manifold in stock price over the years. With 100% return, it termed as two-bagger, a 200% increase is three-bagger and so on. Multi-bagger Stock is usually …

Penny Stock: How to Find Best Stocks to Buy

As a novice stock market investor, are you still believe that the stocks that are low in share prices are the best bargains? If you do so, it’s not your fault. You’re not alone. I also was in the same boat before in choosing a potential penny stock.  In fact, you sometimes fall into the …

The Value Investor: Revealing The Unexposed Secrets

As stock investors, you’re more like to concern about the sudden market crash and downfall of the stocks you invested in. This fear psychosis may prevent you to enter into the market and buy your desired stocks. Here in this context, the concept of value investing surfaces. The value investor follows the same financial strategy …

Naked Truths About Bond Market You Need To Know

A bond is a financial instrument. The most common types are municipal bonds and corporate bonds. This is a debt security. In bond market, issuer owes the holders a debt and is obliged to pay them interest, termed as coupon. The borrower or debtor will repay the principal on the maturity date. Interest is usually …