There are those quintessential "happy" days the stock market sees, sometimes - stable Dollar, positive economic indicators, bullish stocks stay on course, previously bearish stocks don't fall as much. This, certainly, doesn't happen often but every now and then there are such days - the worst of days to start investing! "You have to buy when others are panicking," said Jim Cramer of Mad Money, recently. When it all goes right, stock prices
TL;DR Avoid stocks below $5 Make sure the company’s EPS has grown at least 14-15% over the last few years Determine if the Return on Equity (ROE) has been more than 17% The 3 minute read A lot of you (our readers) asked us what the best ways to determine if a stock was a “momentum stock” are, so here’s a quick attempt at making it slightly easier for you.
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Getting into a trade is perhaps the toughest part about investing because of the level of research it takes. You get tips and suggestions from so many people, coming from so many directions that it's difficult not to get utterly confused. And if you are an amateur at finance, there are dozens of "technical-sounding" terms about stocks that are not easy to wrap your head around. There's TV news coming
There is no shortage of analysis for anyone interested in investing. A search for the term “stock market analysis” turned up 122 million hits on Google and well over 15 million hits each on Bing, and Yahoo. The majority of stock market analysis can be lumped into three broad groups: fundamental, technical, and sentimental. Here’s a close look at each. Fundamental Analysis The goal of fundamental analysis is to determine
In the last of couple of years you might have noticed multiple instances of people (mostly, media) talking about traders and trading houses making winning stock market bets based on what they read on Twitter or some discussion forum. While cases like these are few and far between, it is certainly a reality that you "cannot follow the stock market enough"! Traditionally, investors have depended on analyst opinion, who, in-turn, often
China is obviously going through an unprecedented crisis and only time will tell when the stock markets will settle down. And where. But analyst speculators are not very bullish about the next year or so. As a team that's working on analysis of unstructured data to understand stock trends, this is a very interesting time for us. Making sense of the current chatter and news and what analysts are saying