Top 3 Most Difficult Things About the Stock Market

No one has ever accused the stock market of being simple and easy-to-understand – if that were the case, you wouldn’t need apps like ours to help you spot investing opportunities. If you haven’t ever really thought about it, there are a lot of complex about the stock market.  Today, let’s give our hard-working algorithms […]

5 New Year’s Resolutions for Stock Market Investors

Whether you’re thinking thoughtfully about your “word of the year” or setting new year’s resolutions or deciding on your favorite Chinese new year rituals, it’s clear that the start of a fresh year is good news for getting a fresh start and a fresh perspective. Making better financial decisions is one of the most popular […]

Popular Stocks vs Diversified Stocks: Which pre-made Watchlist to start with?

When it comes to our push button portfolio feature – essentially pre-made watchlists to help you start discovering undervalued stocks – we have two options that are very similar, yet deceptively different:  Popular Stocks Watchlist vs Diversified Stocks Watchlist. Both of these lists are excellent choices if you’re new to the SFTW Investor application and […]

What You Need to Do to Protect Yourself from Fake News

The irony of which notwithstanding, fake news is the current headline everywhere – and although some say that fake news can’t damage stock performance over the long term, but we’ve already seen that fake news headlines can cause stock price fluctuations. Although Facebook and Google have vowed to help eradicate this problem, it isn’t going […]

Understanding the High Risk Trader Push Button Portfolio

We’ve talked at length about our push button portfolio feature – a pre-made, curated set of watchlists updated daily.  These watchlists can help you find undervalued stock investment opportunities – such as the popular stocks, or bearish vs bullish lists. However, one of our push button portfolios is unlike the others – the High Risk […]

5 Things to Know About Stocks in Your Portfolio

When you look at stock information, most apps present a deluge of data and information – everything from standard stock info (such as last close price) to custom or proprietary metrics.  The amount of data available is exhausting, particularly now that the internet has made stock data easily accessible – and likewise, the amount of […]