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Laws and Efficiencies and Theories of Diminishing Returns

Posted on November 15, 2021 by Chester Etheridge
The cornerstone of diminishing return talks surround such straightforward notions; that when you've got a extremely fast aircraft, you have coefficients of drag difficulties.When you're constructing a quarter mile car and want to go faster you need to realize that for each tenth of a second you will need to lose 100 lbs., but to go faster you need more energy, thus the difficulty in Einstein's concept of the threshold of speed being the speed of light...

Trading Stocks - Never Forget About A Past Trade

Posted on October 9, 2021 by Chester Etheridge
Most of us know that emotions control every decision that an investor makes in any type of money related vehicle.Whether is be the stock exchange, real estate, art work or antiques, emotions ultimately set the final price on both sides of the transaction.Some investors have greater control over their emotions while other investors are destroyed by their emotional reactions to certain events.One common occurrence I have seen many investors create, including myself, is putting a position in a stock at the wrong moment...

Successful Trading - Establish Your Risk Level

Posted on September 10, 2021 by Chester Etheridge
Before you embark upon a journey of trading stocks or futures contract, and prior to making any transactions, you MUST determine and establish your risk level.Dealers that fail to do this are often doomed from the beginning.The simple fact is that almost all trading accounts which go bust are due to the failure to ascertain at what stage the dealer will cut their losses and move on to another trade...

Your Trading Objective - Why is That So Important?

Posted on August 3, 2021 by Chester Etheridge
You have decided to try your luck in trading commodities or stocks, but so called experts tell you that you will need to ascertain your trading objective.Just what does this mean and why is it important? Well, it is really a matter of your trading philosophy.A trading goal basically identifies the horizon where you have chosen to trade.As an example, a day trader will have completely different set of goals and objectives than will a long term investor...

Buying Stocks and the Importance of Correct Timing

Posted on July 26, 2021 by Chester Etheridge
An investor could find and study the best inventory on the current market, one with enormous potential but if the overall market indices are negative, it will almost certainly be the wrong time to purchase.A stock with enormous accelerating earnings, increasing sales, an up-trending graph pattern and a strong industry group may seem excellent to purchase but will mean absolutely nothing if the sector is set to move in the opposite direction of your expectations...