Tag Archives: Economic Trends

Understanding Technical Analysis and Fundamental Analysis in Investing

This article is primarily intended to give an introduction to how technical analysis is used to make investment and stock market trading decisions. It will then compare the position of technical analysts to fundamental analysts in terms of what information and data each group uses in their quest for high returns. I have sourced most Read More…

Hedge Fund Trading Styles and Strategies Uncovered

There are four broad styles of hedge funds and multiple strategies beneath each style which are discussed at length in the book Hedge Funds Demystified by Scott Frush. This article summarises the four broad hedge fund styles and provides an insight into the management of hedge funds. In many cases, Hedge Fund managers combine strategies Read More…

The benefits of an economic recession and how to prepare for one

I recently read an interesting article about the potential upsides that accompany a recession. With much talk of a recession in the coming months in Australia and one already on the cards in the USA, I thought it may be worthwhile to outline some of the positives that accompany the fear associated with a recession. Read More…

Stock market beginners – What moves the stock market and stock prices?

What factors move the stock market? What about individual stocks? How do interest rates affect the stock market and what does this have to do with the Consumer price index and inflation? Many people know that economic factors such as corporate profits and interest rates tend to influence the movement of the broader stock market. Read More…

Welcome to JamesCox.com.au

This website will share a range of financial information centering mainly around corporate finance, investing, share trading, the stock market, growing companies and business, Economics, Law, Random relevant news events, and generally making money (probably some poker thrown in). I am writing this blog for three main reasons. Since finishing my law degree, I find Read More…