Audio books are a great way to absorb books when you do not have time to read. I enjoy audio books when driving, hiking, walking and even when gardening. I get through at least 50 books a year. I have personally listened to or read every single book on this list. I have rated these books with an eye on how beneficial they are to adding to your knowledge base but also how entertaining they are.Here you will find a selection of my most highly rated audio books available at Audible.com & Audible.co.uk. I use Audible as the selection is unbelievable and the prices are also fantastic. A membership is by far the most cost effective way to consume audio books as the cost per book is reduced by more than 50% of the RRP for an audio book.
It is always good to have an opinion on where the market is heading. It is also beneficial when that opinion is based on facts not just a feeling. A perfect example of applying technical analysis to a trend to analyze the potential future direction is the use of the Stock Market Crash Detector system in my “How to avoid the next Stock Market Crash” book. Read More→
In this article we will discuss the stochastic indicator and how best to use it, but also when not to use it. Created by George C. Lane in the late 1950’s this gained popular appeal through its ability to visibly show if a stock is overbought or oversold. Read More→
If someone asked you today, “Is the stock market in an uptrend, downtrend or a lateral consolidation”, what would you answer? Knowing the answer to this key question is important for the stock market or even an individual stock. Why? If you buy a stock (go long) in an uptrend you are more likely to make money on it. Read More→
Swing trading focuses on trying to make a profit from stocks that are about to make a short term change of direction. Swing trading is short term but not on the scale of day traders, typically 1 to 5 days. Swing traders focus purely on the technical situation of a stock. They are interested only in the stock chart and the momentum (rate of change in the stock price). Read More→
Value investing is a strategy that entails seeking out companies that have a very low valuation in the stock market, but actually have a lot of intrinsic value. The intrinsic value essentially means the actual worth of the company, its assets, cash, market position, income and good will. It can be difficult to calculate intrinsic value this is what makes value investing a time consuming strategy. Read More→
What is Day Trading
Day traders are a special breed. Specializing in many short duration trades they operate using technical analysis to seek many small wins in the minor fluctuations in stock prices. Technical analysis is the use of charts based on stock price and the volume of shares sold for the day. Read More→
The Liberated Stock Trader Top 20 Stock Market Books of All Time list is now updated for 2014. This are a list of books that you simply must add to your reading collection based on the quality of content, the applicability to your investing success and the depth of insight into the subject matter.
This updated list incorporates an additional three books that have made it into the top 20. Read More→
If you are to pursue a buy and hold strategy as previously mentioned it may be beneficial to ensure that your portfolio is adequately diversified. To diversify you would likely want to use a mixture of the following investment vehicles. Read More→
The oldest strategy known to man, the buy and hold strategy We have already seen that the U.S. markets have made an average return of between 5% and 6.5% per year since inception. So the theory of buy and hold is that is you own a stock long enough eventually you will come out with a profit.
Advantages of the Buy & Hold System
If you select the right stocks this strategy can pay off over time. Read More→