I am often asked “How do you use allocation and individual stock volatility to beat the market without using market timing?” This is a great question! My technique is to rebalance often rather than once a year. Using a computer I have my personal and… Read More »Using Asset Allocation to make money in a Flat Market
A falling knife in stock trading is a security that has a price that has dropped significantly for one reason or another.
Overbought stock in investing is a security that has a price that is driven higher than it should be because of sudden high demand.
Flight to quality in stock trading is an investment phenomenon that sees traders pulling out of risky investments and investing money in safer places.
Bear market in stock trading is an investing term that relates to a falling market that is supported by the negative sentiments of the traders.
These are the compelling reasons you should consider using Dividend Reinvestment Plans a.k.a. DRIPs.