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Posted by Martin January 08, 2023

2023 Week 01 investing and trading report

The first week of 2023 is over, and the markets started looking promising again. The same could be said about my trading and investing, except that Tasty Works broker sucks at calculating and displaying a correct buying power, so I have no idea whether I had money or not to trade. They have a problem Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 07, 2023

My Goal 2023

The 2022 year was brutal, but I expected it would be difficult to meet our goals. Yet we met them anyway. Not all of them, but those important ones were met. And it is time to set new goals for 2023.   2022 Goal review   Buying dividend growth stocks and monetizing those positions goal Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 06, 2023

01.04.2023 – WEDNESDAY MARKET OUTLOOK – Another day of going nowhere

  Institutional investors are still on vacation and will return to the markets next week. That means retail investors drive this market and spook themselves easily with every market move. It could be seen in today’s market price action. A relatively big move early in the morning before FED’s meeting minutes were published, and selloff Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 06, 2023

01.05.2023 – THURSDAY MARKET OUTLOOK – CPI can rock it

  Another sleepy day. We received labor data this morning indicating a strong labor market. That rocked the market, and investors panicked again, thinking that the FED would go amock and raise the rates more, higher, longer, and indefinitely. But they forget that the FED has its hands tight already unless they want to crash Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 04, 2023

01.03.2023 – TUESDAY MARKET OUTLOOK – choppy market ahead

  The market responded to bad data as forecasted with sharp selling in the morning, but it managed to recover almost all losses by the end of the session. This is the same choppy behavior as we saw last week:     The market is still indecisive and going sideways. That is good unless the Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 03, 2023

01.02.2023 – MONDAY MARKET OUTLOOK – Selling set to continue

  The year 2022 ended lower and in a recession-fear mode, but we have already started seeing some analysts turning bullish, saying we have seen the lows. Have we? Or are we heading lower in 2023? The economy is still strong and resilient to fallout. The labor market is seeing some layoffs, but unemployment is Continue reading →