Posted by Guest January 07, 2018

Why Bitcoin Is the Most Dangerous Global Scam in 20 Years

When bitcoin inevitably crashes, inexperienced investors who believed the hype could lose everything.     Originally published by Vivek Wadhwa on LinkedIn: “Why Bitcoin Is the Largest Ponzi Scheme in Human History” During the late ’90s, Silicon Valley venture capitalists and New York City investment bankers used phrases such as “monetizing eyeballs,” “stickiness,” and “B2C” Continue reading →

Posted by Martin December 31, 2017

Traders – Millions by the Minute

I like movies and documentaries about trading and investing. Here are some of my favorites (Episodes One & Two).     If you want to see more videos, visit our video archive.

Posted by Martin December 29, 2017

2017 Trading year is over. Long live the King!

Posted by Martin December 27, 2017

Robots entering Wall Street

Posted by Guest December 21, 2017

How Will a Tax Overhaul Impact Business Activity?

  Current proposals between the House and the Senate to provide much-needed relief to middle-class Americans have gained traction in recent weeks after the Senate voted in favor of tax reform. It’s important appreciate the importance of tax reform in the US – the world #1 biggest economy. According to the Republicans, tax savings will Continue reading →

Posted by Martin November 25, 2017

Why Bitcoin is a mania and fake currency, faker than the dollar

Bitcoin had a tremendous run in the last year or two. Unfortunately, it is creating a fake sense of mastering the world of investing and invincibility. Many people entering into Bitcoin think that they mastered investing and nothing can go wrong because they have a strong understanding how to invest, that bitcoin is a new Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Pokorny November 17, 2017

5 Red Flags to Look for in Real Estate Investments

5 Red Flags to Look for in Real Estate Investments

Depending on the circumstances, real estate can have enormous investment potential or be a complete disaster that drags you down financially. The key is knowing when a property has potential or screams disaster. Fortunately, there are some red flags you can look for to help you figure it out. No hard data If you’re buying Continue reading →

What’s Responsible For The MLM Explosion in the United States?

What's Responsible For The MLM Explosion in the United States?

Social security had a deficit of 68 billion dollars last year. They collected less than they needed to pay for overhead and benefits. Could this explain why thousands of individuals in the U.S are signing up as distributors in MLM companies every week? Below are reasons people join MLM brands like doTERRA and Cutco:   Continue reading →

Posted by Martin November 15, 2017

Transportation index (DJT) points to economy slowdown, so they say…

Transportation index (DJT) is usually considered a good indicator of the US economy.   An old say goes – “manufacturing makes, transportation takes”. Transportation is considered a leading indicator and usually slows down first before we notice in any major indexes or economic reports.   Some investors use DJT for economic forecasting.   There is Continue reading →

Posted by Martin November 15, 2017

Those were the days

There are days when you don’t want to have too many trades on. Today is one of those days. S&P500 was down 20 points in the morning (it recovered all morning losses already, or almost all).   Selling like this have negative impact on the comfort of your trading. So if you have too many Continue reading →