In the conclusion to our series on analysts’ estimates, John Jagerson examines what effect quarterly earnings calls can have on your stock holdings.
Identifying a dead cat bounce is just part of the challenge. Forecasting the distance the stock will move following the pattern is also important. In the conclusion to our series, contributor John Jagerson shows you how to project price estimates.
The “Dead Cat Bounce” pattern may have a macabre name but it comes with very nice profit potential. TradingMarkets contributor John Jagerson shows you how relatively easy it is to identify this type of technical price pattern.
Implied volatility is relatively simple to understand but is hard to predict. TradingMarkets contributor John Jagerson discusses how to use IV to forecast market direction and make trading decisions.
When it comes to bond investing, the most appealing of the bunch, the iShares Lehman TIPS bond fund has outperformed the stock market during the last 12 months.
Fibonacci analysis can be used to set stops as well as timing entries, however, the most valuable information is what it can tell us about risk. Here are a few tactical concepts and tips to understand this essential tool.
Do analysts’ estimates matter to the stock long term? The response sounds reasonable but it leads to a bigger question of where do these estimates come from in the first place.
Fringe banking has grown substantially with millions of households with no banking relationship. For Investors, the volatility within this consumer market, and especially with CSH, is worth taking a look at.
This article provides some basic step-by-step methods you can employ today to trade strong moves in the Forex pairs when important economic news is announced.
This is a relatively quiet week for news in the Forex.