The irrational tendency to trade only those securities which are familiar to you is called familiarity bias. Having a strong influence on your trading decisions, it’s a deviation in a trader’s behavior, which is better to be nipped in the bug.
What assets should be included in a portfolio and what sort of allocation to follow may be a rather tough decision to make, especially for novice investors. Setting yourself up for investment success involves many factors. But don’t you worry, we’ve got you covered: here’s your investment portfolio 101.
The troubled float of shares in transport firm Uber earlier this month confirmed for many the view that this was an over-hyped tech stock. But the price has bounced and Uber shares are trading at close to its offer price.
Options may seem quite overwhelming at times. However they're easy to understand once you cover the basics. Learn about the main similarities and differences between call and put options that will help you easily navigate in today's options trading environment.
For the vast majority of people, like you and me, trading is not a full-time job. Though you try to do your best and make impactful investment decisions, you tend to make things “easier” (at least, you think you do so) and gravitate towards the familiar.
Uber – the famous international ride-hailing company – is going public. Learn the key facts about the upcoming Uber’s IPO at Capital.com.
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Uber, the company synonymous with ride-hailing technology, is due to float 180 million shares this week, as it hopes to target a valuation of $90 billion. Is the company on track to become the Apple or Amazon of transport, or is it another over-hyped tech stock?
Most of us know that we’ll survive a falling market, but few know that you can also prosper from it. In today’s trading, all you really need is movement. It doesn’t really matter if prices fall or rise – there is ample opportunity to make money. Here, we tell you how to stay on top of the next bear market.
The “contrarian” trader, one who takes the view that most market players are likely to be proved wrong, and trade accordingly, has been a familiar figure for a very long time. But are such traders right to ignore “the word from the herd” or is it a fact that, most of the time, “the trend is your friend?
“What is carry trading?”, we hear you asking. Here, we explain how it works, and how to benefit from it.