A long term investor is usually defined as someone who enters an investment for, say, 10, 20, 30 years or more. Generally they buy an investment to help meet a certain objective in their lives (e.g. ...
I find that my opinions on money are very different depending on the context. For example - I've got about $60,000 in my stock portfolio, so that fluctuates considerably (anywhere between several ...
How to budget or gain control of daily spending if suffering from OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder)?
I want to get better at saving money as I am a spendthrift. I am not always able to control myself since I suffer from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). I am not able to spend money wisely since ...
Are stocks directly proportional to supply and demand? If they are, would this mean that stock prices completely depend on HOW the public FEELS/THINKS about the stock instead of what it is actually ...
Where can I find a definition about psychological barriers with respect to marketable securities? Re: the apparent phenomenon that stock prices sometimes tend to have difficulty crossing some ...