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It doesn’t take long to become a target in the investment business. Successful investing is a task where the difficulty is on par with brain surgery. (5 minute read).

In the financial markets, leverage occurs when the price movement of one asset results in the amplified movement of another financial asset. (5 minuted read).

The number of stocks you own has a huge effect on your performance. In this essay, I’ll walk you through my thinking on this critical topic. (5 min read).

Ever wondered how to spot the bottom of a market? Here are 5 keys to look for. (5 minute read).

One key factor in evaluating a company is whether management put their money where their mouths are. (4 minute read).

Today's essay details several examples of how preparation in times of crisis can create substantial opportunity to profit. (5 min read).

In today's educational essay, Marin reveals one of his favorite metrics for evaluating gold companies. Introducing Katusa's Gold Per Share tool to add to your toolbox. (5 min read).

In today's essay, I detail the pitfalls to avoid to jump ahead of the novice investing crowd. It's time to learn to become a lion and stalk your prey. (6 min read).

Amateur and novice investors don't share this type of mentality and mindset. That's why most of them fail. To become a successful investor, you have to adapt a home-run mentality. (5 min read).