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  • Diversification

    Diversification for Investing

    Nearly every long term investor wants to know about diversification for their portfolio. The classic “diversified portfolio” was not intended to be the best method to increase wealth for the individual investor portfolio. What it is designed to do is to protect an investor from catastrophic losses. The theory goes that if one area of the market is collapsing, then a diversified portfolio will have some area that is performing well and the gains will offset the losses.

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  • Dark Pools and High Frequency Traders

    The retail news and professional news feeds offer extremely opposing perspectives on what is going on with stocks, short term trading, liquidity, execution, and the overall internal Stock Market Structure. While the retail side of the news media focuses on basic news that it believes will encourage retail traders and investors to buy stocks, the professional side concentrates on the actual viability and functionality of the market.

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  • How Technical Analysis is Changing Fundamental Analysis

    In the early days of technical analysis, fundamentalists scoffed at the Technical Analysts who claimed that everything about a stock was right there in the stock chart. Price and how it moved was all that really mattered. Fundamentalists argued back that the movement of stocks was a Random Walk or that technical analysis was like using a crystal ball rather than corporate financials.

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