Trading Tools and Strategies

  • Complete Guide To Weber IPO

    2021 proved to be a record-setting period for private companies launching their initial public offerings (IPOs). In fact, through the first half of the calendar year, the IPO market approached record levels for annual proceeds while eclipsing previous benchmarks for listings. From 1 January 2021 to 26 July 2021, the money raised by IPOs hit US$89 billion, up 232% year over year. Also, the number of listings jumped to 250,…

  • NVIDIA’s Growth Continues

    NVIDIA stock has doubled in the past 12 months but why is the stock so highly valued and what has been driving the growth? NVIDIA Corporation operates a worldwide visual computing company comprised of two segments, Graphics and Compute & Networking. The Graphics segment is perhaps the most well-known, providing GeForce GPUs (Graphics processing units) for PCs & Gaming, the GeForce NOW game streaming service & related infrastructure, and solutions…

  • How To Read And Use The ABCD Chart Pattern

    In the contemporary marketplace, chart patterns are a favorite tool for legions of participants. In the study of Japanese candlestick or open-high-low-close (OHLC) pricing charts, patterns are often used to evaluate market state or to craft trading decisions. Whether you're trading futures, forex, bonds or equities, chart patterns may be implemented on any product and time frame. One of the most popular formations is the ABCD pattern. A readily discernible…

  • Ascending Wedge

    In the contemporary marketplace, technical analysis is the preferred methodology for countless forex, futures, debt and equities traders. By utilising a vast array of indicators and tools, market technicians attempt to secure profitability by studying price action. Among the most popular devices implemented in technical analysis are chart patterns. A chart pattern is a visually discernible formation in price. Patterns offer insight into past and present market states, and are…

  • How To Determine A Trading Range

    Placing price action into a manageable context is an essential part of crafting strong trading decisions. To accomplish this task, many traders rely upon technical analysis. Through the study of past and present price action, technicians can build strategies designed to capitalise on favourable market conditions. Range trading is an exceedingly popular category of such strategies. Market structure comes in two basic forms: trending and range bound. Trending markets are…

  • Bear Hug

    What Is A Bear Hug? A "bear hug" is a buyout offer by one company for another that is so attractive that the target company has little choice but to accept it. Bear hug bids are usually well above the target company's prevailing market value and may include cash as an additional sweetener. While bear hugs are almost always unsolicited, they are not considered to be hostile because the offer…

  • ESG Investing

    What Is ESG Investing? ESG (environmental, social and governance) investing is a process that takes nonfinancial factors into an investment decision, rather than simply an asset's estimated financial return. ESG is also sometimes known as socially responsible, sustainable and mission-related investing, although they are not identical. Rather than simply avoiding or boycotting companies for moral or ethical reasons, such as shunning companies that make or sell tobacco, alcohol, firearms or…

  • Dogs Of The Dow

    What Is "Dogs Of The Dow"? The Dogs of the Dow is an investment strategy that involves buying the 10 stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) with the highest dividend ratios relative to their price. The term "dogs" derives from a similar strategy that calls for investing in the 10 worst performing stocks in the Dow from the previous year. Generally, though, the stocks in both lists are…

  • Collar Strategy

    A collar strategy is a defensive equity play in which an investor seeks to limit the downside in a stock in exchange for forgoing some of the upside potential. This strategy is also known as a hedge wrapper. The investor buys a long position in a stock, in which he will benefit if the price goes up, although the strategy can also be accomplished without actually buying the underlying stock.…

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