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Posted by Martin July 08, 2024

Started weekly options against MicroFutures /MES for weekly income

Let’s see how this trading goes from now on. I am trading all sorts of strategies and sending them all to our subscribers and you can pick up the one that works best for you. I trade regular futures, options against futures and now I am adding options against Micro-Futures for weekly income. The benefit Continue reading →

Posted by Martin July 04, 2024

Why you should avoid trading debit options strategies

Recently, I came across a 1-1-2 options strategy (which is pretty much a ratio strategy). It is a debit strategy, and the explanation of the strategy is below. In this little post I will explain why I do not trade debit options strategies and why you should avoid them too. Many investors, usually the new Continue reading →

Posted by Martin July 01, 2024

Tech Stocks Set to Skyrocket Amid Global Labor Shortage, Says Fundstrat’s Tom Lee

In a forecast that could reshape investment strategies worldwide, Fundstrat’s Tom Lee has predicted a seismic shift in the stock market driven by an impending global labor shortage. According to Lee, technology stocks are on the brink of a parabolic rise, potentially transforming the tech sector into a dominant force within the S&P 500.   Continue reading →

Posted by Martin June 26, 2024

Is Snowflake (SNOW) a disaster or a sleeping giant?

When Snowflake (SNOW) went public in September 2020 I believed this would be a serious competitor to other established cloud providers like Amazon and Microsoft. Their cloud services were supposed to be unique allowing users variability no one offered. I hoped the investment would be similar to investing early in companies like Amazon in 1997. Continue reading →

Posted by Martin June 25, 2024

I hopped on the NVDA bandwagon, too

Today (July 1st, 2024), the sky was falling and I got stopped out from my NVDA position in the morning. I set my stop loss at $120 a share. But later, buyers stepped in and started buying. So, the doom and gloom hasn’t happened (it still may happen but at this point it is less Continue reading →

Posted by Martin June 24, 2024

Market Musings: Roller Coaster or Merry-Go-Round?

Welcome to the latest episode of Market Musings, where today’s stock market feels like it’s torn between a roller coaster and a merry-go-round. Investors are clutching their seats, trying to figure out if we’re in for thrilling ups and downs or just going in circles. Today’s market action was dominated by the Fed’s latest pronouncements, Continue reading →

Posted by Martin June 24, 2024

How to Build a Dividend Portfolio Generating $1,000 a Month with Minimal Investment

Building a dividend portfolio that generates a consistent $1,000 a month is a compelling goal for many investors. While achieving this with minimal investment requires strategic planning, it is indeed possible by leveraging high-yield investments, reinvesting dividends, and maintaining a disciplined approach. Here’s a detailed guide on how to achieve this financial milestone.   Understanding Continue reading →

Posted by Martin June 23, 2024

Bristol Myers Squibb Co (BMY) is facing significant challenges, should you invest?

Bristol Myers Squibb Co (BMY) has long been a stalwart in the pharmaceutical industry, renowned for its innovative therapies and robust product pipeline. However, the company is facing a significant challenge with a projected 92% drop in operating earnings for 2024, primarily due to expiring patents on key drugs. This blog post aims to provide Continue reading →

Posted by Martin June 22, 2024

The Complex Journey of Yahoo’s Investment in Alibaba and the Current State of BABA Stock

Yahoo’s investment in Alibaba (BABA) in 2005 marked a significant milestone in the tech world, demonstrating the potential of international partnerships and investments in emerging markets. However, the journey has been fraught with challenges, regulatory hurdles, and corporate governance issues. This blog post delves into the intricacies of Yahoo’s investment, the controversial spin-off of Alipay Continue reading →

Posted by Martin June 21, 2024

Understanding Why Investors Sell Shares at a Loss

Investing in the stock market can be a rollercoaster of emotions, especially for new investors. One of the more perplexing actions is when investors decide to sell their shares at a loss before those losses become “actualized.” On the surface, this may seem counterintuitive, but there are several strategic reasons behind this decision. Let’s dive Continue reading →