The Winning Investor answers this common question.
As a certified financial planner, The Winning Investor host Andrew Horowitz has been managing money for clients since the late 1980s as president of the investment advisory firm Horowitz & Company. He is also a frequent contributor to the AOL Finance and MSN Money websites. Andrew has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Barrons, and The New York Times. He has appeared on CNBC, CBS Marketwatch, and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart.
While a short-squeeze may seem like a bad thing, it actually can be a welcome event for investors. Learn what it is and how to make it work for you.
This money-saving strategy is also called Loss Harvesting. Here's how it works.
What is the Dogs of the Dow strategy and how did it perform in 2011? Andrew takes a look with a preview into 2012.
When reviewing your investment performance for the year, it's helpful to start with these questions to get you thinking in the right direction.
When you're looking to buy a stock, it's best to do so at a support level. But how do you find support levels on a chart?
We've learned a great deal of reasons to buy a stock, but now let's look at 5 reasons to sell one!
Is it just the traders or investors who benefit from changes in stock prices, or does the company benefit as well?
How do you preserve and protect your financial savings in a period of low yield and inflation? The Winning Investor has your winning strategy
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