In each trading day, billions of shares are being traded on stock exchanges around the world. With screens flickering at the tick of every price change, market participants actively buy and sell shares in a bid to make a profit. Traders would think about risks associated with macroeconomic and geopolitical news events that may change … Continue reading Liquidation?! Who’s got your money?
Companies increase revenue by increasing prices of their goods and services. Every year, we consumers pay more and more, complaining how everything has gotten more expensive. But if you’re an investor, you might have thought of the situation differently. Higher priced goods suggest high revenues (assuming no change in sales volume), potentially translating into better … Continue reading Why the stock market will go higher over time.
Fundamental analysis of a stock is incomplete without some sort of qualitative analysis. A lot of people (who like stocks but don’t know much about security analysis) base their decisions off some sort of qualitative analysis. Most people actually do this subconsciously. For example, if someone is thinking of buying Singtel their thought process would … Continue reading Invest using SWOT and Porter’s 5 Forces