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Posted by Martin December 12, 2017

Trade with no emotions

People keep asking me how I trade, how do I set up trades what do I look for to create a trade. So here is my view reposted:   I try to keep it very simple and with no studies behind it. I have a certain set of rules or steps and I execute them Continue reading →

Posted by Martin December 11, 2017

November 2017 results

November 2017 is over and it is time once again to review my accounts and performance.   As of today, I manage four accounts (my own) and one client account. Here is a list of accounts I manage and review in my monthly reviews her on this blog:   TD Ameritrade – trading account, taxable Continue reading →

Dividend CCCs Link

Over time my trading strategy evolved. I went from chasing high yield to chasing high options premiums and now I realized that it is all futile. And dangerous. So, I am now in a position that I am OK collecting a few dollars every month or week as these small payouts will compound and grow Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Pokorny December 09, 2017

How Much Should You Be Spending on Home Security?

How Much Should You Be Spending on Home Security?

Most people only buy a couple of home security systems during their lives, so it’s easy to understand why they don’t know how much they should expect to spend on one. The fact is that the price of a security system will depend on the type of system that the home needs. The price range Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Pokorny December 05, 2017

How Your College Degree Impacts Your Investing Ability

How Your College Degree Impacts Your Investing Ability

You probably already know that a college degree is beneficial for many reasons, ranging from job security to career satisfaction and even the legacy you will leave for your children. There is yet another benefit to obtaining a college degree, although it may not be directly apparent. That personal finance class during your freshman year Continue reading →