Does the stock market fall deep enough?

When does the stock market fall deep enough?Current market conditions, Bull market ends, One thing seems certain, all stock valuations have gone through the bull run of the past 13 years, and since the beginning of the third quarter of last year, starting with the growth stocks sector, they have all started to decline from their all-time highs. As of today, the Nasdaq has fallen by about 30% from its high point, and it has been in a bear market for a long time. The more representative S&P 500, which has fallen 19% from its peak, is already on the doorstep of a bear market, and it is very close to the bear market standard of a 20% decline. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, which represents large industrial and traditional companies, was down 15% at its peak.

Insider trading and regulations on U.S. stocks

The golden words from the masters Regarding insider trading, Buffett had two famous sayings as below: “With enough insider information and a million dollars, you can go broke in a year.”  “If Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan were to whisper to me what his monetary policy was going to be over the next two years, it wouldn’t change one thing I do.” In 2011, when Berkshire Hathaway … Continue reading “Insider trading and regulations on U.S. stocks”

The valuation influence of stock liquidity and stock split on listed companies

Liquidity of stocks in the market For a long time, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire company stock has been poorly rated (I didn’t write it wrong, no one should be surprised). One of the main reasons is the poor liquidity in the market, that is, very few people trade the stock. Although this is mainly caused by … Continue reading “The valuation influence of stock liquidity and stock split on listed companies”

Why can US brokerages have zero fees?

PFOF (Payment for order flow) Order flow payment (Payment for order flow: PFOF) involves retail brokerage brokers, such as Robin Hood (ticker: HOOD) and TD Ameritrade (has been acquired by Charles Schwab, ticker: SCHW) to sell their customers’ market orders to third parties (represented by Citadel Securities and Virtu Financial), the third party executes these … Continue reading “Why can US brokerages have zero fees?”

Booming India stock market and the emerging Indian tech giants

India stock market and the emerging Indian tech giants

Beyond your imagination of Israel’s strong venture capital and tech strength

Israeli startups and venture capital industry The number of Israeli unicorns has soared in the past few years, from one in 2013 to 18 in 2019, and then to 65 in May 2021. In 2019, the number of new creative independent beasts with a valuation of more than 1 billion U.S. dollars has almost doubled … Continue reading “Beyond your imagination of Israel’s strong venture capital and tech strength”

Five technology stocks for better getting started in US stocks

Five technology stocks for getting started in US stocks

The biggest risk to hold Chinese stocks, taking Alibaba and Tencent as examples

The biggest risk to hold Chinese stocks, taking Alibaba and Tencent as examples

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