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Posted by Martin October 12, 2011

Stock advance on Europe hopes

Stock advance on Europe hopes

Source CNN Money A broad rally lost steam during the final minutes of trading, but stocks still ended sharply higher Wednesday as investors welcomed the latest plan to recapitalize European banks. “We’re continuing to see a shift in investor sentiment,” said Art Hogan, managing director at Lazard Capital Markets. “Last week, it seemed like the Continue reading →

Market ends third quarter with heavy losses

Market ends third quarter with heavy losses

As I wrote in my previous post, investors were just buying a pure wishful thinking, hoping for better times, improvement and trying to avoid recession (in their thoughts). Although some data from US came better than expected, they weren’t strong enough to offset bad data from Europe. So watch the European debt crisis, since it Continue reading →

Posted by Martin September 21, 2011

I made $1000 in two days trading options

For the first time in my trading career I can see some success. Yesterday I made $630 and today I added another $400 gain to my account. All in two days. Of course all those trades still can turn into a loss, but I am not expecting it much. And if so and those trades Continue reading →

Posted by MartZee August 23, 2010

Optimism in Visa rising, but will it be enough?

Recently we saw Visa (V) being beaten down and staying under a significant pressure as investors were trying to determine the impact of regulation act on the company. In my opinion, these expectations were too pessimistic and although CEO claimed in his press release couple months ago that the so called “finreg” will have very Continue reading →

Picks 08/02 – 08/06

Picks 08/02 - 08/06

Another weekly review of my investing effort. You can review how my portfolios were doing this last week, review my Trading account, which is my aggressive portfolio where I buy individual stocks, my ROTH IRA retirement account which is my dividend investing portfolio (to which I am focusing the most right now) and my Lending Continue reading →