Posts filed under “Trading”
A few years ago, I started pulling together my favorite Trading Rules & Aphorisms. It turned out to be a popular post, and so we added “Rules” as a new category. Since then, I have taken to updating this sporadically (see this).
We are overdue for an update. What follows are the smartest and most insightful perspectives from traders, analysts, economists and investors on what to do — and what not to do — when it comes to markets that have been previously published on TBP.
Here is the latest update:
Trading & Investing Rules, Aphorisms & Books
• In Defense of the “Old Always” (Montier)
• The golden rules of investing (India)
These are more general rules, not necessarily about investing:
If you have any suggestions for any good lists of rules I may have missed, please link to them in comments. If they are worthy, they will get added to the list.
My own trading rules and favorite Trading Books are after the jump
Each morning, I go through a similar routine: I wake up (no alarm clock), go to the kitchen to get a cup of coffee (this is my machine of choice lately), launch a script that opens 40 or so Firefox tabs. As part of my morning research, I quickly scan this series of websites to…Read More
This week was the 19th annual Ira Sohn conference. It is an opportunity to raise money for a good cause (pediatric cancer research and treatment), and hobnob with rock star hedge-fund managers. It has become a must-attend event. Just remember one important thing: Ignore the stock tips. It is true that the picks and pans…Read More
Alexander Friedman, global chief investment officer at UBS AG’s wealth-management unit, talks about investment strategy. Friedman speaks with Stephanie Ruhle and Barry Ritholtz on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.”
Friedman: `Not a Bad Time’ to Take Risks in Russia
Source: Bloomberg April 16, 2014
More video after the jump
ADVANCE PROMOTION IS DEAD Your anticipatory hype is forgotten in the endless tsunami of new data. It makes no sense to build anticipation, it just dissipates. Now you pounce when the story is hot. Radiohead started it, Beyonce improved upon it and now Michael Lewis is taking it to the book business. The new watchword…Read More
“Capitulation” is the term used to define a selling climax that often marks the bottom of a bear market. It translates into “surrender” — giving in to the overwhelming need to just make the pain stop. Retail brokers tell tales of individuals bailing out, often saying things like, “Just sell, get me out, please make…Read More