Trading For Millions has one simple goal: start with a small amount of capital and turn it into a million dollars in real time on the blog. I’ll put my money where my mouth is and buy ― what could become ― some of the greatest opportunities in the months ahead.
Trading For Millions provides in-depth analysis on these companies and ― again ― tracks their performance live. The blog also 100% independent ― we don’t get paid by companies to write analysis.
Trading For Millions isn’t licensed to provide financial advice either. Please consider your own financial position and perform your own research on any companies profiled on Trading For Millions.
I’m an equities analysts turned trader, with more than a decades professional experience in Australia. My background stems across high-net-wealth investing, top tier accounting, and sell-side equities research. Secondly, and most importantly, I’m a stroke survivor.
I dedicate this site to all the stroke survivors around the world.
There are two parts to this website:
- Deep value investing ― positions analysed in real time on the blog, with formal buys and sells provided. You can see how I’m doing live, with my money on the line.
- Position trading ― position recaps analysed on the blog, with formal buys and sells provided. This is delayed coverage at the moment, since I tend to buy and sell quickly. But reviewing the trades should help you learn what I did, right and wrong.
I’ll consider recording short term trades live in the future.
Deep Value Investing
Deep value investing is my bread and butter strategy. It utilises around 50-60% of my capital. I aim to deliver triple digit gains over a 1-2 year time frame. But, thanks to learning a few things over the years, the strategy has become more active over time.
It isn’t for everyone though.
Deep value investment looks for potential turnaround targets, before they happen. Some opportunities don’t work out and others take longer than expected. It takes the right mix of experience, foresight, patience and discipline to know whether to buy, sell or hold.
Deep value investing is high risk and requires patience. As you can see by reading the site, my first deep value investment was Impression Healthcare (ASX:IHL). I started the blog in March 2019 and haven’t sold any shares yet. The business is only just going into its growth phase.
The blog will analyse more deep value stocks in the future.
Short Term Trading
The short term trading portfolio aims to earn income. It utilises around 20-40% of the capital base and focuses on position trading. The goal is to capture quicker gains of around 20-30%. And when momentum is on our side, bigger gains can prevail.
Short term trading uses a mix of technical and fundamental analysis.
That should make things more interesting.
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