Today’s article examines a particular, well-established anomaly of the stock market – the short-term reversal effect – and how active traders can use a simple rotational strategy to take advantage of this anomaly and significantly outperform the market. For more on the short-term reversal anomaly, the strategy to benefit directly from it – and whether traders can still use this strategy in these unusual times – CLICK HERE.
“While the overall market flirts with a bear, OTC stocks have been on fire,” observes the author of today’s article. And while he acknowledges that OTC stocks strike fear in many people, he reveals that many of his trades recently have been OTC stocks – and he outlines how to play it safe while playing with OTC stocks. For “the 5 Ps of OTC stocks” in the age of coronavirus, CLICK HERE.
While the Volatility Index (or VIX), a popular measure of implied market volatility, is not as high as it was recently, it is still well above normal levels – and the author of today’s article highlights a trade to consider to profit from this highly volatile trading environment in which “options’ premium is all plumped up and ready for feasting upon.” For how you can use iron condors to profit from this historically high volatility, CLICK HERE.
What could be bad about the trend currently underway towards commission-free trading? A lot – especially for retirees. In fact, the author of today’s article describes zero brokerage commissions as “the latest Siren Song to tempt retirees into dangerous behavior.” So what exactly is the concern? It has to do with the effect that zero commissions have on trading frequency – and the pairing of two “toxic behavior patterns in retirement”. For more, CLICK HERE.
“It’s important for traders of all skill levels to understand the risk and reward dynamics of every trade they put on,” advises the author of today’s article – who proceeds to outline a simple way for traders to ensure that their reward-to-risk ratio is where it should be in order to profit in the long run: the profit factor. For more on how to set up trades using the profit factor, CLICK HERE.
The ten stocks identified in today’s article may be nice stocks to trade for short-term profit, but you may not want to bet your retirement portfolio on them. Specifically, the author identifies ten stocks that he argues “are more likely to hurt your retirement than help it” as they lack what he sees as the critical feature for retirement stocks: being future proof. To find out what these ten potential retirement ruiners are – and why they may not be as future proof as they may seem – CLICK HERE.