How We Eluded The Bear Of 2000
The date October 13, 2000 will forever be embedded in my mind. It was the day after our mutual fund trend tracking indicator had broken its long-term trend line and I sold 100% of my clients’ invested positions (and my own) and moved the... ...Read More
The Importance of Background Verification
Today's society has created an environment that requires business owners to be armed with numerous tools. Many employers currently spend little time verifying the accuracy of employment applications and the cost of not doing normal due diligence... ...Read More
Risk and Reward
If you are doing your own investing in the stock market, what would be the first question you would ask yourself before you make any trade or investment? If your answer is how fundamentally sound the stock is, or whether the stock just broke... ...Read More
“Why Stock Is More Risky Than Options!”
Our trading preference is stock options.
But you have probably been told or read that options are risky. Even worse, that you can lose your shirt trading them!
Well, what is the truth?
Let’s take a look at stock ownership. What can... ...Read More