I have to admit, I struggle with stock picking for day trading.
I just feel that there must be a systematic approach to this. Looking for something for the Australian stock market.
I'm just adking if there's a book or a course for this area I can pursue?
As I hope I have shown these two long days in to this trading month the use of a dart is as good as any way of entering a stock. My good friend from the Bush years, Don Rumsfeld wisely said apropos of our knowledge.
One need look no further than the ASF July 2020 Competition to see the...
A Thread where all ASF contributors can post finance, economics and stock related videos. I watch a few every week and figured it would
be a good idea to have a thread where we could collect the best of them, build a resource.
I'll kick this of with a great video by Ray Dalio of Bridgewater...
I recently subscribed to The Chartist and have to say I love the service. Its what I've been looking for for quite some time. Thank you Nick if you are reading this.
I work on weekends only now so I have all week free and I'm looking for more of similar service that they...
Let me just say first of all that I respect the talent you guys show in analyzing and picking Stocks. But, wouldn't it be easier to just use Index funds and time individual (index fund) markets?
Oh, I'm not saying timing the Market is easy, just easier than picking Stocks. Thanks.
I guess I haven't been clear when i made a post previously about the challenges and obstacles in stock investing.
Basically I like to find out if others have come across any challenges, obstacles or frustration during the process of stock picking. That is from finding & screening...
What do you think about ETFs that replicate holdings of the best US hedge fund managers with a fraction of hedge fund's cost?
They tend to outperform SP500 in long term:
It has protection against stock market collapse by hedging portfolio during bear markets...
Does anyone currently have any high conviction long-term stock picks where you have allocated say as much as 20-30%+ of your overall portfolio to a single stock, with the expectation of it eventually being multi-bagger?
Or have you done so in the past with success or failure?
What does everyone think of Sundance Resources (ASX code: SDL)?
Its primary focus being a substantial copper project in Bolivia, South America.
I always find it hard picking the next successful mineral stock? Any tips?