The Random Walk Theory


The Random Walk Theory is most famously known from Burton Malkiel’s stock book, “A Random Walk Down Wall Street.” A follower of the Random Walk Theory is a believer that it is impossible to outperform for the overall market with stock picking.

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New Book, Technical Analysis Using Multiple Timeframes

Financial guru and blogger Brian Shannon just recently released his brand new book, Technical Analysis Using Multiple Timeframes and sent me over me a copy to review. Considering is all about stock education, tips, tricks, and strategy the book is a great fit as ties in technical analysis, strategy, and education all into one […]

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ENER Stock Example, Support and Resistance


The recent price action of Energy Conversion Devices (ENER) offers a great example of simple support and resistance. Support and Resistance is a basic form of technical analysis that can be used in a variety of different circumstances to provide investors an easy way to predict stock movement. We can refer to the six month […]

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1000 Stock Term Definitions, Batch 5

This week is the official launch of the brand new stock terms definitions area of the site. Each day this week I will be posting 50 of the 300+ total terms that can be found currently, 1000 Stock Term Definitions, Batch 4 1000 Stock Term Definitions, Batch 3 1000 Stock Term Definitions, Batch 2 […]

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Apple Stock Struggles With $180 Resistance


Apple (AAPL) stock is in position to possibly make a big move back towards $200 a share and new highs, the problem right now comes with some stubborn resistance at $180. If Apple can break through this newly found barrier then the next key price level for the stock will be the $190 mark which […]

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