Daniel Loeb: Third Point Activist Investor Pressures Disney to Change

Like many of us, The Walt Disney Co. has had one heck of a 2020. What should have been a victory lap as the company enhanced its newly launched and popular Disney+ streaming service to complement its already strong positions in theme parks, sports and entertainment franchises turned into a nightmare as COVID-19 froze many … Continue reading Daniel Loeb: Third Point Activist Investor Pressures Disney to Change

What Should I Trade in 2020? Why Traders Thrive on Volatility

A common mistake of novice traders is to focus on the wrong securities or markets. While every trader should develop his or her own personal style, success will elude them, no matter how talented they are, without one key ingredient: volatility. Unlike long-term investors, successful traders thrive off of volatility, or rapid changes in the … Continue reading What Should I Trade in 2020? Why Traders Thrive on Volatility

What is Tiger 21? Four Lessons From Michael Sonnenfeldt’s Exclusive High-Net-Worth Investing Club

At BroStocks we are all about supporting your aspirations. Start a side hustle that could lead to a successful full-time business. Building your portfolio on Robinhood and other brokerage accounts. Maybe investing in that first piece of rental real estate as your first step to growing your net worth. Tiger 21 is the real-life embodiment … Continue reading What is Tiger 21? Four Lessons From Michael Sonnenfeldt’s Exclusive High-Net-Worth Investing Club

Carson Block: Biggest Calls From The Muddy Waters Short-Seller

Carson Block is currently one of the most notable short sellers and activist investors in the eyes of the investment public. He has hit some notable home runs, including most recently with his exposure of fraudulent accounting practices at Luckin Coffee, once thought to be the “Starbucks of China.” He remains best know for the … Continue reading Carson Block: Biggest Calls From The Muddy Waters Short-Seller

Steve Eisman: What Calls Has The Big Short Investor Made Since the Financial Crisis?

Steve Eisman is not a name that many casual investors will recognize as readily as Warren Buffett or even Carl Icahn. Mention that he was the lead character in the movie “The Big Short” however, and you will get a strong flicker of recognition. Eisman will be forever immortalized as the protagonist of The Big … Continue reading Steve Eisman: What Calls Has The Big Short Investor Made Since the Financial Crisis?

It’s Never the Market’s Fault: How Winners Own Their Mistakes and Constantly Improve Their Results

There are a lot of people confounded by the market’s epic rally in the face of what appears to be a dire economic situation. The US economy faces double digit unemployment, with entire sectors such as travel and hospitality potentially less viable as going concerns. The price of oil recently traded below zero and interest … Continue reading It’s Never the Market’s Fault: How Winners Own Their Mistakes and Constantly Improve Their Results

Robinhood Logo: What Robinhood’s Design Choices Mean For You

Pretty much everything about Robinhood’s user experience is visually appealing, and that includes its logo and app icon. The Robinhood logo features an upward arrow within a feather, in reference to the folkloric character the app is named after who wore a feather in his hat. The light green logo certainly provides those who encounter … Continue reading Robinhood Logo: What Robinhood’s Design Choices Mean For You

How Top Traders Change Their Mental States to Beat Negativity

Even the best traders and investors face losing streaks. Steve Eisman launched a hedge fund after his famous Big Short call. It failed. John Paulson made a big call on gold after making billions on shorting the housing market. The call was wrong and his fund suffered large outflows. Bill Ackman's single most famous short … Continue reading How Top Traders Change Their Mental States to Beat Negativity

The Reopening Process is an Opportunity for Attentive Investors

I had a boss who was an expert in the garment industry and had spent the early part of his career immersed in the business of clothes. He used to drop into clothing stores in New York City for fun, just to observe how well they were managed. Were customers greeted promptly at the door? … Continue reading The Reopening Process is an Opportunity for Attentive Investors