Thursday, June 18, 2009

[Stock Trading to Go] 3 Liquidity Ratios for Fundamental Investing

Stock Trading to Go discusses the "Three Best Liquidity Ratios for Fundamental Investors" to use in their analysis. To those not aware of these, they are easily obtained from popular financial websites and can help in selecting stocks when technicals and fundamentals align.

[Trader Feed] The Psychology of Leverage

Dr. Steenbarger of Trader Feed shares thoughts on "The Psychology of Leverage" in which he discusses risk, profit/loss forecasting, simulations, and capitalization.

[Essentials of Trading] Three Big Reasons why Small Accounts Fail

John Forman of the Essentials of Trading shares "Three Big Reasons why Small Accounts Fail" in an enlightening post - summary: Wrong Mindset, Too Much Risk, and High Transaction Costs.

[Aleph Blog] Ten Points About the Debt Markets

The Aleph Blog shares "Ten Points About the Debt Markets" which is a lengthy but segmented read that shares ten observations on treasuries/debt market worth reading and considering.

[Technical Take] Market Internals Charts of Interest

The Technical Take blog focuses on various "Market Internal Indicators" such as the stocks above the 40 day MA, up vs down volume, and leveraged bull/bear funds all in relation to the S&P 500.

[Stock Web] Commodity Investing with ETFs

The Stock Web takes a look at the top ten best performing commodity-based ETFs (complete with symbols) which gives a list of ways you can profit (trade) commodity ETFs.

[Zignals] Moving Forward in the SPX

The Zignals Blog takes a look at "Moving Forward in the S&P 500" which refers to historical occurrences of the S&P 500 in relation to key moving averages and the future movement when 'signals' were generated.

[Dividend Growth Investor] Diversify or Concentrate?

The Dividend Growth Investor analyzes whether it's better to "Diversify or Concentrate" a portfolio focused on dividend paying stocks.