The Winning Investor's Quick and Dirty Tips for Beating the Market
Summary: Take control of your financial destiny and develop a successful investing strategy with The Winning Investor. Join Andrew Horowitz as he cuts through the sometimes confusing jargon of financial products and services to help you analyze investment opportunities and decide what's best for you. From financial ratios; to stocks, bonds, funds, and options; to the economic principles that explain financial markets, The Winning Investor covers the topics that matter when it comes to managing your money. Whether you're just getting started or are a seasoned investor looking to improve your portfolio's performance, The Winning Investor can help you make smart investment decisions that will beat the market.
Many traders use futures contracts as trading vehicles, but you can benefit from knowing a little more about what futures contracts are and how they're used.
Short-squeezes help propel stock prices higher. Learn what they are and when they may occur to your benefit.
Tax Loss Selling can be a good strategy to use, but first, you have to know what it is and how it works.
Andrew explains the Dogs of the Dow strategy, notes performance in 2011, and highlights a few stocks for 2012
Andrew asks 3 important questions that help guide your thinking on how to make improvements to your ongoing investment plans.
When adding a stock to your portfolio, it can be helpful to find a support level to buy the stock. Andrew explains how to locate support in this episode.
We've learned a great deal of reasons to buy a stock, but now let's look at 5 reasons to sell one!
Who Benefits from Stock Prices - Traders, Investors, or the Company.
We know that inflation eats away our capital over time, and The Winning Investor Andrew takes a moment to answer a question on protecting life savings.
Whenever you buy or sell a stock, you're likely to experience slippage, but there are things you can do to minimize it as much as possible.
Assessing the trend of volume in a stock is an important consideration before adding or selling shares from stocks in your portfolio.
How to develop a lifetime investment portfolio.
How to start investing with a small amount.
You know about stocks and bonds, but what about collector's items as investments? Andrew explains a few quick tips in this episode.
As an investor, it is important to know your risk style and how it changes over your lifetime. Andrew explains how.