If you read my previous articles, you may be confused why there are so many people still losing money if trading options can be very conservative. Let me compile a list of contributing factors of losing money in trading Continue reading “Common pitfalls in trading options!”
Month: November 2015
Probability of trading/investing success and the probability of sighting the Northern Lights
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Trading/investing and metaphysic science
While waiting to check in a hotel in Tromso, Norway, I would like to do a short post against something that I ponder during the journey. I believe those who have been in the trading/investing business for long should understand the concept of letting profit run and cutting losses fast (extremely important for short term trader but not too crucial for long term value investor). Continue reading “Trading/investing and metaphysic science”
Let me do a quick post before heading to the airport soon to embark my journey to Norway to chase Northern Light! I should be away for two weeks before resume writing the next post.
Holding a great value stock and win, win, win in any circumstances!
It has been almost a week since my last post, mainly due to my hectic business travel to Taiwan over the past couple of days. There is one incident which I would like to share with the readers, which I felt quite inspiring, is the street singers that I came across on my way to Elite Bookstore after having my dinner in Taipei 101. They sang pretty well and I believe they deserve a bigger platform for them to showcase their talent. Nevertheless, they Continue reading “Holding a great value stock and win, win, win in any circumstances!”
Trading Options is more conservative than value investing!
When we talk about value investing, we must mention the world class great investor Warren Buffett. The idea of value investing is basically picking up stocks with great fundamental by studying the company financial statement, understanding the company business, management, competitive advantages, growth etc. and value the company to gauge if the company is undervalue. Continue reading “Trading Options is more conservative than value investing!”