Lessons from the Pros

Dec 20, 2016 Issue

Featured Article

The Profit Picture for Active Traders

Have you ever been to a Dr. to get an X-ray and they only take one picture? Of course not. They almost always take at least 3. Why? Because an x-ray of the same elbow, but taken from different angles, may look very different. The same applies in trading; one time frame active traders simply… Read More »

Proactive Investor

Investing in Preferred Stocks Part 2

In a previous article, I described the basic structure of preferred stocks. I concluded, “for high yields, steady income, flexibility and tax efficiency, preferred stocks can be a winning solution for many investors.” I mentioned that preferred stocks often generate more cash flow, in the form of dividends, than the interest on bonds or the… Read More »


Buy Low , Sell High , a Novel Concept for Trading?

If you’ve ever read books on investing, or even attended business school, you’re familiar with the prevailing philosophy of buying companies or markets that are fundamentally sound and avoiding those that are out of favor or have no prospects for future earnings. Generally, this is sound advice; however, the price we pay for these companies… Read More »