Does shorting actually drive down market prices?

I understand shorting means borrowing shares from another investor and selling it. But at the end of the day they have to cover the shorts within a certain fixed time frame which will cause a price influx again. So what i thought was, shorting does not r

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So You Want To Work In a Hedge Fund?

So You Want To Work In a Hedge Fund? If you are interested to start a career in the hedge fund industry, read on. First, you have to understand what it means to be working as a trader or a fund manager in an asset ma...

Posted by: EDMW_Capital EDMW_Capital

Spotting Accounting Manipulation

The telltale signs of fraud: growing accounts receivable and mounting inventory.

Posted by: Simpleinvestorsg Simpleinvestorsg

The Beginner’s Guide to Understanding Cryptocurrencies and the Blockchain

The Beginner’s Guide to Understanding Cryptocurrencies and the Blockchain by: Tam Ging Wienauthor of REITs to Riche...

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3 Things that Your REIT may be hiding from you

3 Things that Your REIT may be hiding from you. And Why You Should be Aware of Them.

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Lessons From A Super Investor – A Personal Friend Of TTI

Quick Poll: Don’t google this, but who here has heard of Mr Chua Soon Hock? Yup. I thought so. No...

Posted by: ThumbTackInvestor ThumbTackInvestor

Marginal utility of Time vs Money

I'm always fascinated by my earlier 'miserly' behaviour, like how I used rusty shavers to save so...

Posted by: BULLytheBEAR BULLytheBEAR

Life sharing topic prior to doing well in investment

Life sharing topic prior to doing well in investment (Weekend Sharing) This week, I will be sh...

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How should I cope in life if I do not have enough money to own a property, assets like Gold or money too little to have a diversified portfolio?

Weekend interesting sharing topic How should I cope in life if I do not have enough money to ...

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CPFIS-OA investors shouldn't invest? Really?

There's always a big hoo ha about CPF investors being unable to hit the 2.5% interest rate of ord...

Posted by: BULLytheBEAR BULLytheBEAR

Companies that are not worth investing

In the last post, I had promised to make a post on how to look for negative companies, that is, c...

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A Recommended Read

Swiber, a once upon a time a stock darling in the Oil and Gas (O&G) industry filed for liquidatio...

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Swiber

A day after the liquidation plans, Swiber decided now to put itself under judicial management. Th...

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Oil prices and related stocks

If you have been reading and following the oil trends back in the seventies, you would probably h...

Posted by: BrennenPak BrennenPak Verified user

What Happen to Our Wealth After Death?

Most of us are spending most of our life time in Creating Wealth (Setting Up Business), Accumulat...

Posted by: marubozu marubozu

How your Asset to be Distributed After Death without a Will?

MUST READ! You must know how and where your Asset to be distributed after your death without a Wi...

Posted by: marubozu marubozu

Why the top 10 bear-market myths are wrong

Guest Post Michael Brush is a Manhattan-based financial writer who publishes the stock newsletter...

Posted by: marubozu marubozu

The Growth of the Singapore Economy: A Shift in the Forex Market

Guest Post There have been several shifts in the forex market recently, with the Australian Dolla...

Posted by: marubozu marubozu

How to start a Simple Estate Plan (Will Planning)?

I am sharing an article by Keon Chee from Rockwills Trustee Ltd on The New Paper today. If you ha...

Posted by: marubozu marubozu

How to Prevent yourself from Falling into Investment SCAM?

Saw this article in The  Sunday Times today and feel sad for those ignorant investors who lose th...

Posted by: marubozu marubozu

Housing Loans and CPF: Why you cannot retire at 60

Paul HO from www.iCompareLoan.com Central provident fund (CPF) was originally introduced in 1955 ...

Posted by: marubozu marubozu

A little education on buying oil

A LITTLE EDUCATION ON BUYING OIL #oil Buying Oil Is Not As Easy As You Think Mar. 8, 2016 ...

How To Derive Compounded Returns From Shares?

Talk about shares, and many people tend to zoom into questions like “what shares shall I buy now?” Actually what they are asking is...

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Growing My Investment Portfolio

There are only two ways in which my portfolio can grow without leverage - the first is to inject it with fresh capital, and the second is to grow it organically from dividends/capital appreciation.

Posted by: BULLytheBEAR BULLytheBEAR

3 Simple Steps to Start Stock Investing

In a previous article, I’ve mentioned the reasons the obstacles most people face when it comes to stock investing. This article will shed lights on 3 simple steps that you can take to start investing in stocks.

Posted by: YokeMing YokeMing

5 Reasons Why Stock Investing is so Difficult to Start

You have probably heard stories of people who’ve made investments. But what stops everyone from doing so? What are some of the reasons that didn’t get you started?

Posted by: YokeMing YokeMing

Theory of Stock Market Inefficiencies

An inefficient market is a theory which asserts that the market prices of common stocks and similar securities are not always accurately priced and tend to deviate from the true discounted value of their future cash flows.

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Investment That Gives You 3K per Month?

This is a rare stock tip from bullythebears. I don't normally give tips, because it's too much responsibilities to bear...

Posted by: BULLytheBEAR BULLytheBEAR

Who is a better investor, A or B?

In investments, we do not know how good or how bad an investor is until the real results present ...

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If we want to be in the stock market, we have to accept the volatility

  I saw this interesting short passage in a forum asking for stock recommendations. Let us call h...

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If this stock market turmoil ends up in a liquidity crunch, do you know what the banks will do?

During the times when there is liquidity crunch, such as now when there is an impending interest ...

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Remember: Money is Made during Pessimism

In the last few months, the stocks markets in many regions were reeling down from their highs around April. Several months have passed and many investors seemed to have distanced themselves from the stock market.

Posted by: BrennenPak BrennenPak Verified user

The Cost of Procrastination

Anyone who had read articles or books on investments or had attended talks on investments would d...

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Making Sense Out of This Market

The interest in the stock market returned with a vengeance over the last 6 trading days. By Frida...

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Cash is king? You think so?

“Cash is king” – we almost always read or hear about this catch phrase especially during times of...

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How Do We See Perpetual Bonds?

It is not uncommon to see companies dishing out bonds that are sliced into very small denominatio...

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REITs: From An Investor’s Perspective

Yes, Real Estate Invest Trusts (REITs) are attractive. With about 6-8% yield, they are certainly ...

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Brexit: A Personal Take on Pound

Even though the sterling pound was bashed badly on Friday, 24 June to as much as 10% against the US dollars, my take is that it could be in for more bashing.

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Some Thoughts on Value Investing

Have you ever owned a stock that was falling and have been told to buy more because it is cheaper?

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Casino in Singapore

Casino operating in Singapore and its negative impact to SGX local stock trading It has been ...

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Luck in Trading & Investment

Luck in trading and investment (Does it exist?) The definition of luck to me is the pur...

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Contract Settlement: SGD vs USD

Should we choose SGD or USD for contract settlement?

Posted by: Li_Guang_Sheng Li_Guang_Sheng Verified user Srs member badge