15 Tips about News

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Try to avoid trading on news, especially if it is easily accessible by the public or by multiple media outlets. Today's technology gives public...
Don't react too quickly to the news. Oftentimes, numbers are released and then revised, and things can change quickly. Pay attention to these...
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It's still true that the biggest players in the public markets – particularly mutual funds and hedge funds – are not good at taking short-term...
If a company has been consistently reporting bad news and its stock has been in decline, a risky proposition would be to buy the shares in a...
In a market like this, every story is a positive one. Any news is good news. It's pretty much taken for granted now that the market is going to go up....
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When it comes to newspapers, seasoned foreign exchange traders typically refer to the Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal simply because they...
Rule of thumb on Wall Street: After a company has warned on earnings, it doesn't take much good news to push up the stock. This is because bad news is...
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Take everything a guest says on CNBC, Fox Business, Bloomberg etc. with a grain of salt. Remember that most of them are there, in part, to talk their...
The prices of public companies are driven more by sentiment, emotion, and investor psychology than those of private companies because in the former...
Every trader is different, but the best trading style is probably a combination of both technical and fundamental analysis. Fundamentals can easily...
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