Month: February 2021

How To Become A Trading Nomad And Trade From Anywhere

In my experience, the best and fastest way to make money trading is to take a low-frequency, ‘hands-off’ approach. If you’ve been following me for any length of time you probably already knew this, but in today’s lesson I want to expand on the concept of “trading from anywhere”...
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Do You Really Deserve To Be A Successful Trader?

No matter what you think about the following statement I’m about to make, it’s true, and you will see why if you finish reading today’s lesson… The rich and successful in this world, including business people, professional athletes, movie stars and the like, all DESERVE the money and success...
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How Risk Management Will Save Your Trading Account

Is your trading account hurting? Do you feel overwhelmed, frustrated and ready to throw in the towel on the whole “trading thing”? Well, today’s lesson, if properly understood and implemented, can quite possibly provide you with the knowledge that you need to literally save your trading account and start...
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My Thoughts On Recent Market Volatility & The Coronavirus Crisis

Given the amount of inquiry I am receiving from our readers and students regarding the Coronavirus and the recent market volatility, I feel compelled to share my views on the situation, from a trading and investing perspective as well as a personal perspective. I have produced this article in...
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10 Secrets The Trading Industry Doesn’t Want You To Know About

Today’s lesson is going to be somewhat controversial and may ruffle some feathers. I intend to blow wide open and debunk a lot of the information you have most likely been exposed to this far in your trading journey. The average trader is out there walking through a confusing...
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Shares vs. Stocks: What’s the Difference?

Shares vs. Stocks: An Overview The distinction between stocks and shares in the financial markets is blurry. Generally, in American English, both words are used interchangeably to refer to financial equities, specifically, securities that denote ownership in a public company. (In the good old days of paper transactions, these were called stock...
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Multiple Share Classes and Super-Voting Shares

When a company goes public, it raises money by issuing stock, where each unit represents an ownership interest. After the company’s initial public offering (IPO), shares trade on the secondary market on stock exchanges like the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the Nasdaq. Shares are normally categorized differently based on their rights...
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The 10 Richest People In the World

In 2020, there were reportedly 2,095 billionaires on Earth, with an estimated total net worth of $8 trillion. Of this amount, the top 10 wealthiest people in the world account for $1,128.50 billion, or roughly 14.11%, which is impressive when you consider that they represent around 0.48% of billionaires.1 2...
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