I handle my own financial affairs and I've done it most of my life. In my many years of dealing with the stock market, I have discovered mathematical statistics that can be used to make investment decisions more accurate.
A stock always just has a 50/50 chance of going up or down from where it is. Your success can be improved well beyond 50% by using this method.
You'll handle your investments better when you view your trades objectively and avoid falling victim to being subjective.
Trading options on futures has advantages. Risk can be controlled; improved odds of success; and gains are taxed less.
Selling options short is a method used to put the odds in your favor. You can improve those odds even more by defining your risk.
You can't profit when you trade on emotion. There is a way to avoid the pitfalls of emotional trading, as I'll explain.
Money invested in stocks is 100% at risk. However, proper use of options provides better odds of success by defining your risk and following specific rules.
A personal analysis of how gyrations of the market can make losing trades into winners, and the understanding of why it's not a sure thing.
This article is about an interesting event I've discovered with day trading. Most of my trades always had gone against me at first. Here's my solution to the problem to avoid losing money.
I have used TurboTax for over 15 years for my business and personal taxes, so I can tell you about the benefits of using it and what version you need.