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The Secret Ingredient for Higher Stock Prices

Adam Sarhan
Tue Jul 15, 2014 12:57 EST

Basic Wall Street Lingo   The bulls want the market (or a stock) to go higher, and the bears want the market (or a stock) to go lower. Typically, the bulls go "long," and the bears go "short" in order to express their view. The most common way of measuring the bearish side is to look at short interest.    What Is Short Interest?   Short .....

Investing in IPOs

Adam Sarhan
Wed Jun 25, 2014 01:13 EST

People often ask me how to find and own leading stocks? One of my of my tools is to constantly look for new stocks. History shows that some of the greatest rallies in Wall Street history occur in the first few years after a stock's Initial Public Offering (IPO). Recent Examples Some recent examples include the following: Starbucks, Microsoft , Apple, Google, .....

The Last Economic Frontier

Adam Sarhan
Wed Jun 04, 2014 01:47 EST

I look at capital markets (stocks, bonds, currencies, and commodities) as the last economic frontier. For the purpose of this article, I'll focus on Wall Street, but the same concepts apply to other markets. It is the one place on earth where anyone can make (or loss) a fortune, regardless of their background, skill-set, formal education, natural physical talent, race, .....

5 Ways to Interpret Research Like an Investment Pro

Andrew Nyquist
Tue May 20, 2014 03:39 EST

If you want to become a professional investor (or trade like one), you need to interpret research like a pro. And this has as much to do with disciplined psychology as it does with general market knowledge and tact.   Shortsighted responses to others' investing-related tweets or posts won't make your stock go up or down in price. It also won't endear .....

Investing Strategy: Try Not to Lose Money Looking for Yields

Max Isaacman
Thu May 15, 2014 12:29 EST

What's surprising to many pundits and investors is that the market continues to be strong with pullbacks along the way, and that there's continuing strength in growth sectors, such as the Internet and solar energy sectors. Underlying skepticism from the public seems to be keeping the market from gaining too much ebullience and helping the market climb a wall of .....
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