Category: Weekend Reading

  • OPNewsletter Dec +5.3% (Open)

    The December portfolio’s weekly update is now available at the OP Discussion forum (Member’s only section). To access the Subscriber’s Page of the forum, sign on with your own username and password by clicking here. Continue to read full post as  I shall be sharing links to good articles/ resources. OPN December portfolio has invested…

  • Traveling Light, Writing Light, Trading Light

    It was a fascinating week, both from market’s standpoint as well as my travel perspective. We have closed OPN for 11.6% and now in the process of opening trades for March’08. If you would like to join OPN, click at the wait-list. Why wait-list now even though I done with initial set of subscribers: So…

  • Is it Celebration time for Bears?

    (for details pls visit www.OptionPundit.net) Last week’s stock markets’ actions must have pleased Bears, as they are breathing in fresh air now. Markets did react in a pretty much “pundit way”. It touched 13,774, rested for a day and then touched 13,511 the next day. I am not a good chartist, but when I do…

  • An Interesting Week

    (for details pls visit www.OptionPundit.net) An interesting week as it was and of course a great week ahead, Fed cuts Fed cuts not? Other then Gold and Wheat, there was nothing much interesting past week. This was, however, one of the lowest pre-expiration weekly gains for my portfolio, simply because “Theta” refused to give any…

  • 20 Pricesless Rules from Legends

    (for details pls visit www.OptionPundit.net) Money Magazine collected 20 best advice from some of the smartest investors (and other great people) who have ever lived. I found the collection too hard to pass, thought to share the great words of wisdom with OP readers. Here is the list but visit the website to see details…

  • Making Sense of Economics

    (for details pls visit www.OptionPundit.net) Every week we see loads of economic data that may move markets in either direction, but ever wonder how to make meaningful sense of it? Here is my latest book recommendation and addition to OP’s reading list. This book is a classic MBA economic text book but I think a…