Your investing strategy doesn't necessarily need to be put on pause when the stock market rings its closing bell. In fact, for some investors, that's when the real intrigue begins. Imagine having access to the market beyond the usual 9:30 AM to 4 PM Eastern Time. No more waiting for the opening bell to execute [...]
The world of investing is fraught with debates, and perhaps one of the most contentious is the practice of market timing. Market timing is as divisive as it is intriguing. It’s a method that some investors swear by while others vehemently dismiss. The allure of profiting from correctly predicting market fluctuations is undeniable. Yet, the [...]
Timing the market vs time in the market - a subtle variance in phrasing, but a dramatic difference in investment strategy. While these two principles may sound similar, they speak to opposite ends of the spectrum in terms of how you should invest your capital. Those who advocate for market timing believe in investing more [...]
Consistently finding the perfect entry and exit points and managing your positions with an even-keeled demeanor is a perpetual battle for even the savviest investors. If you’re tired of feeling stressed and overwhelmed as you attempt to time your trades, you’re in the right place. Because below, we’ll unveil the best market timing indicator for [...]
In the fast-paced world of investing, the ability to successfully time the market can be a game-changer. Being ahead of the curve and consistently, accurately predicting major moves in individual stocks and the market as a whole sets you apart from other investors, allowing you to get in and out of your positions at the [...]
Wouldn’t it be nice if you had the ability to consistently enter a position as asset prices were appreciating and then get out right before they started falling back down? While many scoff at this idea - claiming you can’t time the market - it’s entirely possible. This is known as the market timing strategy. [...]
Picture yourself standing at a crossroads in your investment journey, with two distinct paths stretching out before you. On one side, there's the basic, familiar approach of dollar cost averaging. On the other, you’re presented with a more dynamic, rewarding path of market timing. While it’s easy to stick to what you know - and [...]
Investors in gold stocks, myself included, had a rude awakening Tuesday morning. The spot Price of gold was down $70 even before the market opened, plunging below the highwater benchmark of $2,000...
Investopedia defines Growth stocks as those that have the potential to outperform the overall market over time because of their future potential, while Value stocks are those that are currently trading below what they are really worth and will, therefore, provide a superior return...
As investors, we tend to spend most of our time looking for reasons to buy a stock and very little time thinking about why we SHOULDN’T take the trade, at least not now. But with so many choices, why settle for a stock that has one or more negative aspects that might cause it to drop instead of going up the way we expect it to?