Darren Winters

Self made multi-millionaire investor and successful entrepreneur


Momentum Trading Strategy

Momentum Trading Strategy


Posted By on May 29, 2020

A momentum trading strategy would have made sizeable profits for traders and investors in the recent crude oil price recovery, which has seen crude oil WTI price rise from $15.06 in late April to $31.9 at the time of writing this piece. Put another way, momentum trading/investing crude oil, at best entry and exit levels would have yielded a 100% return on capital, and if the trade was leveraged by say 10, those returns would have been...

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Don’t fight the Fed

Don’t fight the Fed


Posted By on May 23, 2020

Could the no-nonsense investment advice of late Marty Zweig, “don’t fight the Fed,” help investors and traders navigate these treacherous markets. Zweig had a simple investment philosophy, “don’t fight the Fed” For those following that advice there was a pot of wealth to be gained by participating in the Fed-induced stock bull market, which followed the financial crisis of 2008 and the Great Recession. Don’t fight...

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Bear Market Rally

Bear Market Rally


Posted By on May 17, 2020

Is the bear market rally over? The S&P is trading a significant 30% above its March 23 lows and there are varying views that this is not a bear market rally but the beginning of a bull market. It is worth noting that bear market rallies are not uncommon History is full of instances of bear rallies that eventually surrender to yet another, lower bottom. For example, the 1929 stock market crash is an example of an impressive 47%...

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Crude oil price recovery

Crude oil price recovery


Posted By on May 6, 2020

Is the recent crude oil price recovery, a rally with lights? In the last two days from April 23, Tuesday’s settle of $11.57 to Thursday’s settle West Texas Instruments (WTI) has gained 42.6%.  As usual, there is a mixed bag of views as to whether the recent crude oil price recovery will continue going forward, albeit into the next month.  Goldman Sachs, a recently turned oil bull is touting the view that the recent crude oil price...

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Failing Fundamentals

Failing Fundamentals


Posted By on Apr 28, 2020

Failing fundamentals are likely to become more of a theme going forward in the post-global-lock-down phase. There could be too many uncertainties to hope for a V-shaped recovery, albeit in the short term. The view that pent-up consumer demand will suddenly jolt the global economy into a boom, which was already tinkering into a recession before the lock-down, could be a foolhardy one. Here is my fifty cents worth; the global pandemic...

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