Have you ever heard of someone blowing an account? Its a term traders have used to describe what happens when their trades get closed out due to their existing capitol matching their total unrealized losses. What that basically means is that they entered too many positions or too large of a position and the trade … Continue reading How to Not Blow Your Account.
Just when I thought things were starting to lighten up and gain some strength the market turns around and continues on its warpath. Spirit Airlines is not having a great day today after just dropping down fast in the early hours of the morning. We started off August with the massive gap down after the … Continue reading Spirit On a Fast Descent
Today over 600,000 travelers worldwide are left in a frenzy to scramble and make last minute arrangements as Thomas cook collapses as a whole. The airline unable to stay in the air due to outstanding debts that have been unpaid. Today over 21,000 staff worldwide were left without jobs and without notice. The questions the … Continue reading Thomas Cook Crumbles
Remember back as a kid, playing Super Mario on your Super Nintendo for hours on end trying to beat the same level. You would go through the levels jumping over all the Goomba and dodging fireballs. As you were going through the map suddenly a giant canon fires off fand knocks you through one of … Continue reading The Super Mario Effect
Alaska Air Group (NYSE: ALK) is forecasting earning of $2.28 Billion this next quarter which has many investors feeling optimistic. Last quarter the had forcasted $1.87 Billion and were just over by a hair and the last 3 quarter prior to were all also above the forecasted amount. This shows that the airline is growing … Continue reading Preparing for Alaska Air Earnings Release
This week the market is showing off to start with a lot of voluatility as many anaylstis are mixed with how they see the next few days playing out. Although the over all market outlook is mixed various stocks are still showing signs of strength. Photo by Lorenzo on Pexels.com Last week a few companies … Continue reading What are Dividends and How can They Affect the Price of a Stock?
The Kodiak is unique in its design and offers perks to ensure that your flight is not only comfortable and most importantly safe. Are you in the mood for something a little more rugged with a classy side? Maybe you are thinking about doing some exploring on some dirt or grass runways in the country … Continue reading The Kodiak was Designed for Adventure
This article is to anyone who is just starting off their investing journey. This is for anyone who is curious by the market and is eager to learn how become an successful investor. This is also for the individual who has been trading for quite some time and is looking for some friendly suggestions on … Continue reading How To Achieve Success in the Market
I have been studying the works of Matthew Kelly regarding his ideas on the Work-Life Balance Myth to Personal and Professional Satisfaction in his book "Off-Balance". I want to bring a few of the ideas and topics up today and share them with you as I feel they are more relevant in today's day and … Continue reading What is Energy Management? Why Does it Matter?
Just earlier this week we took a look at Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) and noticed the news stories that were surrounding the company. They had just signed a contract for $3.2 B with the U.S. Navy for E-2D Advanced Hawkeye tactical Airborne Early Warning Aircraft. The contract to be dispersed over multiple years provides … Continue reading “Technicals” Take Control of Northrop Grumman
Aviation is a result of people facing their fears. As the Wright Brothers set up in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina in 1903 to bring their Wright Flyer off the ground, or as Chuck Yeager stepped into the X-1 in aims to break the sound barrier, they needed to remove any self doubt they had inside. … Continue reading There Is No Room For Doubt in the Cockpit
We have all seen the news by now of the Boeing 737-MAX and the accidents that have occurred around the world. It is truly a tragedy when we see accidents in the aviation community and we all are directly impacted when we see these events unfold on the news. Before anything I just want to … Continue reading Boeing is Losing its Trust from the Public
Investing was not something that my parents spoke to me about as I was a kid growing up. Investing was always noted as a risky and costly process that would involve requiring special relationship and insight on companies that would provide with you specific knowledge to be able to essentially be ahead of the curve … Continue reading Leveraging Technology to Invest
The Airbus A-380 is one of its kind. With a two story cabin capable of seating more than 500 passengers comfortably and with a range of 8,500 nautical miles this wide body, double-deck jet airliner won the title of Worlds Largest Passenger Aircraft. Very few thought it would ever fly, and on April 27th in … Continue reading Will Airbus Discontinue the World’s Largest Passenger Aircraft, the A-380?