I have written hundreds of articles for online and print media. A few of my articles are below:

How to survive a stock market crash

Investors who are deeply afraid of a stock market crash suffer from a condition I call “crashitis.” Symptoms include anxiety, insomnia, anger, and negative thoughts about the market. People in this condition often move all their money to cash even in bull markets. In extreme cases, investors may avoid the market for a lifetime.

After getting burned in the market twice in the last 10 years, it’s not surprising that many investors are suspicious of this market. It’s been said this is the most hated bull market in history.

Understanding Option Strategies

Did you know you can use options to make money every month or every quarter? And you can use options as insurance, for example, to protect your stock portfolio. And if, on occasion, you wanted to speculate, you could leverage your money to double or triple your profits. It will cost you a lot less than if you bought stocks. And finally, if you like to short stocks, it can be safer to use option strategies than to use the stock market.

Investing lessons that can make you money

Although this column is primarily about trading, I’ve also interviewed and learned from hundreds of longer-term investors. Successful traders and investors often have similar goals: manage risk; diversify, and learn to control emotions. The main differences are the tools they use and how long they hold a position.

Here are a few notable investors I’ve interviewed over the years, and what I learned.

How to trade in a bear market

One of the most frustrating aspects of the stock market is that by the time you figure out what’s happened, it’s already too late.

To stay on top of the market, be open to when one trend ends and another begins. According to one professional trader, that time is now: the bull market has ended and a bear market has begun.

Easy Part Of Day Trading: Making Mistakes

Day trading sounds so easy, doesn’t it? After all, isn’t it just sitting at your computer all day, buying and selling stocks — and piling up profits? Well, not exactly. Few people realize how much experience and skill is needed to make money as a day trader. It’s easy to get tripped up by mistakes, especially during your first year. Here are 10 of the most common errors many day traders make. 1. Not having a plan “The most common mistake traders make is entering a trade without a good plan,” says Toni Turner, author of “A Beginner’s Guide to…
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