You Ask, I Answer | How to Use the GorillaTrades System for Any Size Portfolio | Gorilla Trades

GorillaTrades’ Founder and CEO, Ken Berman, takes the time to personally address a subscriber’s question in this brief video. The Gorilla addresses a variety of topics, with the goal of providing GorillaTrades subscribers with a better understanding of the system, and ultimately, improving their overall returns. There are new features being added constantly, and this is just one of…

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Is It All in Your Head? The Psychology of Stock Market Investing

Every human mind is a battleground. The war between our rational thoughts and our human desires has perplexed the greatest minds throughout the ages.  In ancient Greece, Plato depicted the human mind as a chariot rider trying to control two horses. One horse represented intellect and the other horse represented emotion. The chariot rider’s role…

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Elon Musk Needs To Make Up His Mind | From the Mind of the Gorilla

There’s no doubt that Elon Musk is one of – if not thee – smartest men on the planet… What he’s done in his relatively short life is nothing short of amazing. From PayPal, to Tesla (TSLA), to The Boring Company, to SpaceX, to the Not A Flame Thrower – it seems like anything that…

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You Ask, I Answer | Where Can I Find the Best Information on Stock Options? | Gorilla Trades

GorillaTrades’ Founder and CEO, Ken Berman, takes the time to personally address a subscriber’s question in this brief video. The Gorilla addresses a variety of topics, with the goal of providing GorillaTrades subscribers with a better understanding of the system, and ultimately, improving their overall returns. There are new features being added constantly, and this is just one of…

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In the Swing of Things: How Much Can You Make from Swing Trading?

Investing in the stock market doesn’t necessarily demand long-range planning. Some investors prefer to play the short game.  Active trading strategies take advantage of short-term fluctuations in the price of individual stocks. By buying and selling these stocks within a brief window of time, investors can generate a profit. One of these methods is known…

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Why You Need to Diversify Your Stock Portfolio

How diverse is your portfolio? If you’re not sure, you’re not alone! According to a 2019 survey published by CNBC, only 42% of today’s investors actively ensure that their investment portfolio is diversified. More surprisingly, roughly one in four investors say that they’re not sure what investment diversification even means. This only points to the…

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Disney On FIRE! | From the Mind of the Gorilla

Bet that got your attention… But when I say Disney is on fire – I don’t mean the happiest place on earth – I’m talking about the company’s stock: DIS The House that the Mouse built is KILLING it… But do you understand why? More importantly… How long is this good turn going to last?…

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Do Investments Follow the Crowd? Understanding Market Sentiment Indicators

Understanding the stock market demands more than just mathematics. Wise investors also have to understand human behavior. More specifically, it’s important to understand how market sentiment impacts the stock market. What does sentiment mean in stocks? What are some of the most common stock market sentiment indicators? Read on, and we’ll help you understand more…

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Fractional Share Investing: Should You Wade In or Take the Plunge?

Diversify, diversify, diversify. That’s been the motto of countless investment strategists for years—and for good reason. But unless you’re a high-end investor, you may find it difficult to purchase a full portfolio of stocks, especially if you opt to invest in high-performing ones like Tesla or Apple.  In this case, fractional shares can be helpful.…

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When Traders Go Public | From the Mind of the Gorilla

When online trading platform, Robinhood (HOOD) made the announcement that it was going public – a lot of people raised an eyebrow. It just seemed weird for a trading platform to go public… As many saw it as a sort of conflict of interest – as users of Robinhood might feel “forced” to buy shares…

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