Stoyan Bojinov

Stoyan Bojinov is an Analyst with ETFdb.com, Dividend.com, and TraderHQ.com where he contributes articles on a daily basis. Stoyan has been active in the markets since 2008 and graduated from DePaul University with a bachelor's degree in finance; since joining in 2011, he has become an influential voice in the industry. His areas of interest and expertise include, portfolio management, ETF analysis, swing trading, as well as technical and macroeconomic analysis.

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January 8th, 2015

The New Year is off to a volatile start, as major equity indexes are yet again ascending towards all-time highs following a steep, but short-lived, pullback. 2014 was the year of the so-called “V-Bottom,” and while 2015 appears to be off to a similar start, no one knows for certain whether or not this same pattern will hold true this year. 

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December 18th, 2014

One of the fundamental tenets that holds true across financial asset classes of all kinds is that price trends can last much longer than most investors expect or believe is possible.

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December 11th, 2014

Widely regarded as the father of value investing, and perhaps better known as Warren Buffett’s teacher, Benjamin Graham famously said the following with regards to short-term fluctuations in the stock market:

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December 4th, 2014

Back in August of this year we wrote about how investors shouldn’t fear all-time highs; the key point of this piece was to highlight that fresh highs are a completely natural part of the market cycle and investors should consider scaling in, rather than waiting for that “perfect” moment to put their cash to work.

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November 26th, 2014

Excuse the cheesy title, but it’s true. For investors looking to put capital to work in today’s environment, the domestic equity landscape may appear a bit barren in terms of opportunity. Sure, there are some beat-down energy names, but as a whole, U.S. stocks have already enjoyed a stellar five-year bull market, so it’s undeniable that some valuation metrics are flagging signs of caution.

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November 20th, 2014

The Fed minutes from the most recent October policy meeting hit the Street yesterday, and while they failed to spark much of a reaction among investors, the release did reveal some important insights. The key takeaway is that policymakers had a notable discussion regarding the prevailing headwinds across Europe and Asia.

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November 16th, 2014

Most recently, we delved into the topic of speculation and how you’re probably doing it whether you realize it or not; if you haven’t already, be sure to read You’re Probably Speculating – Part 1 before continuing with today’s piece, which takes a deeper dive into what it means to build an investment process.

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November 14th, 2014

Long-time readers of Dividend.com know that we’re big proponents of taking the time to carefully and diligently research companies, making sure you understand the underlying businesses before making an allocation. This piece of advice shouldn’t come as a surprise to any prudent investor or anyone else who has been burned by following a stock tip or buying based on a “gut feeling” alone.

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November 13th, 2014

There will always be investors who are infatuated with the lucrative growth stock stories that permeate Wall Street on a regular basis; today it’s Alibaba, tomorrow it might be the next hot start-up from Silicon Valley or India. For some, however, consistency and “dullness” are more than ample criteria for making an investment.

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November 6th, 2014

Stimulus rumors are permeating Wall Street yet again, but this time they’re coming from the eurozone. During today’s European Central Bank policy meeting, bank president Mario Draghi pledged that policymakers would remain accommodative as economic growth in the currency bloc remains anemic.

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