Terms Beginning With W

On this page you will find a list of all our topics starting with the letter W. The page contains links to guides, reviews etc.

  • Wahed Invest
    Broker Review
    Wahed Invest is one of the first halal robo-advisors. Our detailed review looks at trading fees, portfolio returns, minimum deposits, and more. Read today.
  • Wall Street Crash of 1929 - Causes & Lessons for Today's Portfolios
    Blog Post
    We look at key statistics, causes, and lessons for traders/investors today from the Wall Street Crash of 1929 and the ensuing Great Depression.
  • War & The Impact on Reserve Currencies
    Blog Post
    The Russia-Ukraine conflict got people talking about reserve currencies. Specifically, what is the impact of war on reserve currencies?The US (which has large reserve status through the USD) and developed Europe (which has reserve status through the EUR and, to a lesser extent, the GBP) imposed sanctions on Russia to punish its economy and try […]
  • War Bonds
    Blog Post
    What Are War Bonds?War bonds are a type of debt security issued by the government to finance military operations and other spending during times of conflict.They are typically sold to investors at a discount, with the promise that they will be redeemed for full face value when the bonds mature.War bonds are often zero-coupon in […]
  • War Economy: What Assets Should I Own During a War?
    Blog Post
    How does a war economy impact investment assets? How should I invest during a war? Investment assets trade more heavily as a result of their cash flows and
  • Warrants
    Article
    Warrants are a derivative that share similarities with options. We explain how warrants work with examples. Our guide also covers investing tips & brokers.
  • Warren Buffett Portfolio & Investment Philosophy
    Blog Post
    When it comes to investing, few names carry as much weight as Warren Buffett, the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway and one of the world’s most successful investors.Over the decades, Buffett has developed a highly effective investment approach that has made him one of the world’s most successful people by conventional measures.What especially stirs […]
  • Warrior Trading
    Trader Service
    Warrior Trading is a day trading community and educational platform with a suite of guides, tutorials and products. Read our review for details.
  • WazirX
    Broker Review
    WazirX is an Indian cryptocurrency exchange with P2P trading and OTC orders. Read on to discover the broker's trading fees, security protocols and more.
  • Wealth Destruction: Why It's Happening in Markets & How to Avoid It
    Blog Post
    Certain individuals holding certain types of assets in certain currencies face the biggest risk of wealth destruction today. Markets provide the biggest
  • Wealth Tax and the Stock Market
    Blog Post
    Taxes are an important part of the conversation for risk asset markets, as they impact their valuations.
  • Wealth Way
    Broker Review
    The pros and cons of trading with Wealth Way. Typical spreads, account options, trading platforms, investing apps and regulatory status revealed.
  • Wealthfront
    Broker Review
    Wealthfront is a regulated US robo advisory firm with a range of account types and investment opportunities, including crypto & ESG. Read on for more.
  • Wealthsimple
    Broker Review
    Our experts tested Canadian trading brokerage and robo-advisor, Wealthsimple. See our review for investing fees, trading apps, login security and accounts.
  • Weather Derivatives
    Blog Post
    Weather derivatives are one type of derivative. They allow companies and governments to hedge their risks associated with adverse or unexpected weather
  • Weather Derivatives Models
    Blog Post
    We look at the various forms of weather derivatives models, as well as how quants and financial engineers design weather derivative products.
  • Web 3.0
    Article
    The growing list of Web 3.0 applications offer unique trading opportunities for investors, from NFTs to crypto staking. Use our guide to get started.
  • WebMoney
    Payment Method
    A list of the best trading brokers that accept WebMoney deposits and withdrawals. We also cover processing times, fees and security.
  • Webull
    Broker Review
    Expert review of Webull with must-see findings revealed. Our team evaluate and compare the broker's investment offering, trading fees, mobile app and more.
  • WeChat Pay
    Payment Method
    Find the best brokers that support fast and secure deposits with WeChat Pay. We've evaluated the top brokers with WeChat Pay.
  • Weekend Trading
    Article
    Guide to weekend day trading and which markets and strategies might be most profitable. We also list top online platforms that are open on weekends.
  • Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) in Making Investment Decisions
    Blog Post
    WACC is the average of the costs of all capital, including equity and debt, that a company has raised to finance its operations.
  • Weltrade
    Broker Review
    Weltrade is an online broker offering tight ECN spreads. Our review explores the client cabinet, no deposit bonuses, forex trading & more. Sign up now.
  • Western Union
    Payment Method
    See our list of best trading brokers that accept Western Union deposits and withdrawals. We evaluate how to deposit with Western Union.
  • WeWork Business Model (And Why It Flopped)
    Blog Post
    The reality of the WeWork business model is that it's very basic. They rent office space, divide it up, and sub-lease it at a higher per-unit cost.
  • WeWork Values Higher Than Expected
    Blog Post
    Silicon Valley start-up WeWork is the latest company to join the unicorns club as its value exceeds one billion dollars.
  • WH SelfInvest
    Broker Review
    WH Selfinvest offers trading in futures, stocks and CFD-forex through its NanoTrader platform & MT4. See our review for spreads, apps and the trading store.
  • What Are Business Stakeholders?
    Blog Post
    There are many different types of business stakeholders outside just the owners or shareholders themselves. Each has their own interests and goals, which
  • What Are ETNs? ETNs vs. ETFs
    Blog Post
    Exchange-traded notes (ETNs) are unsecured, senior debt securities issued by an underwriting bank and traded on a major exchange. ETNs represent a promise b
  • What Are Eurodollars? [Eurodollar Futures, Options, Bonds]
    Blog Post
    Eurodollars are deposits of US dollars in foreign banks, or in the foreign branches of American banks. The eurodollar market is the global market for these
  • What Are Market Bubbles? [And How to Identify Them]
    Blog Post
    In this article, we cover the lead up and signs of a market bubble, as they typically apply to developed market economies.
  • What Are Mutual Funds?
    Blog Post
    Mutual funds are a type of investment that allows you to pool your money with other investors and then have a professional manager invest the money for you.
  • What Are Poison Pills and Why Are They Important?
    Blog Post
    A poison pill is a strategy employed by a company to make itself less attractive to a hostile takeover bid. The poison pill is usually in the form of poison
  • What Are Qualified Dividends? [Qualified vs. Eligible Dividends]
    Blog Post
    When it comes to investing, there are a lot of different terms and concepts that you need to familiarize yourself with.One of these concepts is qualified dividends. In this article, we’ll take a look at what qualified dividends are and how they’re taxed.What Are Qualified Dividends?Qualified dividends are typically dividends from shares in US domestic […]
  • What Are the Long-Term Returns of Asset Classes?
    Blog Post
    In the US, from 1802-2012, the real (inflation-adjusted) returns of stocks have been between 6 and 7 percent.Bonds have returned between 3 and 4 percent.Bills – which are safe government bond securities and have a duration of less than one year – have a return between 2 and 3 percent. Some might also call this […]
  • What Are the Net Worths of Central Banks?
    Blog Post
    Everyone knows central banks' role in economic stability and debt management. But what about their own net worths? We look at what to know...
  • What Are the Next Central Banks to Throw in the Towel?
    Blog Post
    Central banks throughout the developed world are in an easing cycle. Namely, they are in the process of lowering rates (and/or buying assets to help lower
  • What Causes a Currency Peg to Break?
    Blog Post
    We look at currency pegs and how they work to stabilize economies, but the circumstances in which they can also break and how to anticipate them.
  • What Causes A Currency to Fall? [Top Factors]
    Blog Post
    Currencies rise and fall for various reasons, but FX is a fundamentally macro asset class. While equities may move a lot based on idiosyncratic factors happ
  • What Determines Bond Yields?
    Blog Post
    We look at the factors that determine “risk free” government bond yields. Monetary policy and non-monetary policy factors.
  • What Do Hedge Funds Think of Technical Analysis?
    Blog Post
    Hedge funds and institutional traders have different views on technical analysis. We consider all these viewpoints in this article.
  • What Does the IMF Do?
    Blog Post
    What is the function of IMF? The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an international organization that aims to promote global economic growth and stabilit
  • What Drives Economic Growth?
    Blog Post
    We look at the key drivers of economic growth: productivity & work hours. We cover how government policies influence prosperity.
  • What Elections Don’t Change
    Blog Post
    US elections are important across several dimensions and have impacts on asset prices.
  • What ETFs and ETF Options Trade After Hours?
    Blog Post
    Many underlying ETPs are now being traded in after hours sessions until at least 4:15 PM ET that are open to both institutional and retail investors. This
  • What Gives a Currency Value? 
    Blog Post
    We look the factors influencing currency values and how currency values work to impact global finance, trade, and international business.
  • What Goes Into the Culture of a Successful Hedge Fund or Trading Firm?
    Blog Post
    In the context of the culture of a hedge fund or trading firm, what makes a successful one?We looked into the ideas of two of the most respected organizational psychologists, Adam Grant and Robert Kegan.The ideas of Grant and Kegan converge on the idea of two main themes for culture in an organization: development original […]
  • What Happens to Options Values as Interest Rates Rise?
    Blog Post
    Interest rates rising have an effect on options prices. We explore both the first-order effects and second-effects and the mechanics of why it happens.
  • What Happens When a Huge Company Fails? (Effect on Markets)
    Blog Post
    We look at the market, economic, and social and political impacts of a large company failing. Not just benchmark impacts but broader reverberations.
  • What Impact Do Elections Have on Financial Markets?
    Blog Post
    Elections can have significant power over financial markets, both immediately and over time.This sway is due to the potential economic consequences of the policy proposals from different candidates/parties and other factors we’ll cover.And financial markets and economies also have sway on election outcomes (i.e., an underperforming economy may increase the likelihood of a change in […]
  • What Impact Does Tax Policy Have on Markets?
    Blog Post
    We look at the role tax policy has on markets. How do they shape incentives and market behaviors?
  • What Influence Does the US President Have Over Economies & Markets?
    Blog Post
    We look at the influence the US president has on economies and markets. How do sophisticated traders and investors infer their influence?
  • What Is A Commodities Supercycle?
    Blog Post
    In commodity markets, you often hear of what’s called a commodities supercycle.What is a supercycle?A commodities supercycle is considered to be a sustained period of increasing commodity demand, often for more than a decade.During this time commodities prices tend to rise, which can boost economic growth and development, especially among commodity exporters.However, commodities supercycles don’t […]
  • What is a CTA (Commodity Trading Advisor)? [Managed Futures]
    Blog Post
    A commodity trading advisor ( CTA ) is a US financial regulatory term for an individual or firm that makes investment decisions on behalf of clients in the
  • What Is A Currency Defense?
    Blog Post
    A currency defense is an economic policy implemented by a government in order to protect its currency’s value from speculators in the foreign exchange market.A currency defense can take many different forms, but typically involves intervention in the foreign exchange market to buy or sell the currency in order to keep its value within a […]
  • What is a Risk Premium?
    Blog Post
    A risk premium is one of the most basic foundations in finance and applies to nearly all market participants and business owners in some form. A risk premiu
  • What is a Schedule D? (Capital Gains and Losses)
    Blog Post
    A Schedule D is a form used to report capital gains and losses incurred during the year. This form is filed with your annual tax return.The Schedule D is provided by the IRS and attached to US Individual Income Tax Return Form 1040.Capital gains are profits realized from the sale of assets such as stocks, bonds, […]
  • What Is A Short Sale?
    Blog Post
    A short sale in real estate is when a homeowner sells their property for less than the mortgage balance owed on the home. The lender agrees
  • What is a SWOT Analysis and How Do You Do One?
    Blog Post
    A SWOT analysis is a tool that can be used in business planning and strategic management. It is used to help identify the internal and external factors that
  • What Is Annual Percentage Yield (APY)? [APY Formula]
    Blog Post
    What Is the Annual Percentage Yield (APY)?The annual percentage yield (APY) is a measure of how much interest you earn on an investment over the course of a year.It takes into account the interest rate and any compounding that may occur during the year.The APY is important because it allows you to compare different investment […]
  • What Is Basis Risk?
    Blog Post
    Basis risk pertains to the risk that the basis, or the difference in price between two similar financial instruments, will change unexpectedly.This type of risk is often present when an investor is holding a position in one security while simultaneously trying to hedge against moves in another related security. Conceptual Diagram of Basis Risk This basis risk […]
  • What Is Business Size? [Definition, Classification, Measurement]
    Blog Post
    Whether you're starting a new business or expanding an existing one, it's important to keep business size in mind in order to make sure your company remains
  • What Is Consumer Service? [Meaning, Examples]
    Blog Post
    In this article, we'll explore the meaning of consumer service, provide some examples, and discuss the key differences between consumer services and consume
  • What is Convertible Bond Arbitrage? (How to Get Started)
    Blog Post
    Convertible bond arbitrage is an investment strategy that seeks to take advantage of price discrepancies between convertible bonds and their underlying stoc
  • What is Covariance? Applications in Trading & Portfolio Construction
    Blog Post
    Covariance measures the directional relationship between two variables. Covariance is used in portfolio theory and modern portfolio theory. Covariance is a
  • What is Form 1099-INT? (How to File)
    Blog Post
    1099-INT is a form used to report interest income.This form is used by banks and other financial institutions to report the interest earned on deposits and other investments. It does not include dividend income.1099-INT forms are typically sent out by January 31st of each year.If you didn’t receive a 1099-INT form for the previous tax […]
  • What is HODL? [Crypto Strategies]
    Blog Post
    HODL typically refers to holding onto your bitcoin or cryptocurrency rather than selling it. The term was first coined on a Bitcointalk forum in 2013 by a u
  • What Is Operating Margin?
    Blog Post
    What Is Operating Margin?Operating margin is a company’s operating income divided by its revenue.The operating margin is a measure of a company’s pricing strategy and overall efficiency.A higher operating margin indicates that a company is able to effectively generate more profit from its operations.Operating margin is associated with operating income, which is often considered EBIT […]
  • What Is Portable Alpha?
    Blog Post
    Portable alpha is an investment strategy that involves separating the alpha and beta components of an investment portfolio.The alpha component is the portion of the portfolio that seeks to generate returns through active management, while the beta component is the portion that tracks a benchmark index.Portable alpha and generating higher returnsPortable alpha strategies seek to […]
  • What is the Convexity of a Zero-Coupon Bond?
    Blog Post
    We look at the importance of convexity in bond pricing and its impact on zero-coupon bonds. Manage risk and make informed investments/trades.
  • What Is the Difference Between Money and Credit?
    Blog Post
    The price of a financial asset is money and credit divided by the quantity. So, understanding the two and the difference between money and credit is importa
  • What Is the FIFO Accounting Method?
    Blog Post
    What Is FIFO?FIFO is an acronym for First In, First Out.It is a method used for organizing and managing data so that the first piece of data to be inputted is also the first to be outputted.For example, let’s say you have a FIFO queue of tasks to do.The first task on the queue (the […]
  • What Is the Future of the 401(k) and IRA?
    Blog Post
    The 401(k) is a retirement plan that provides tax incentives to individuals. The IRA, or Individual Retirement Account, is another retirement plan available to individuals.Both of these plans offer tax benefits and the ability to save for retirement. While each has its own advantages, there are several similarities between them.Both 401(k)s and IRAs enable workers […]
  • What Is the Global Financial System?
    Blog Post
    In a short article, we provide an overview of what the global financial system is and its history from the 1870s up to today.
  • What is the Section 179 Deduction?
    Blog Post
    Section 179 of the US internal revenue code allows taxpayers to deduct the cost of certain property as an expense when the property is placed in service.For tax years beginning after 2017, the TCJA increased the maximum Section 179 expense deduction from $500,000 to $1 million.The phase-out limit increased from $2 million to $2.5 million.How does […]
  • What is the Spot Market?
    Blog Post
    The spot market is a type of market in which goods or services are traded immediately for cash. In the business world, the spot market is frequently used for goods and services that are perishable or that have a short shelf life.In the spot market, buyers and sellers will make a deal, and the transaction […]
  • What Is Transnational Strategy?
    Blog Post
    A transnational strategy is a business model that seeks to optimize efficiency and effectiveness by coordinating the management of globally dispersed operations.This type of strategy is also sometimes referred to as a “multidomestic” or “global” strategy.What’s Involved in a Transnational Strategy?A transnational strategy typically involves centralizing certain key functions while decentralizing others.For example, a company […]
  • What Stocks Are Collateral Damage In The Woodford Crisis?
    Blog Post
    Neil Woodford is one of the most famous stock pickers in the UK, and his flagship Woodford Equity Income Fund (WEIF) managed £10.2bn at its peak.
  • What Stocks Pay Monthly Dividends? [Monthly Dividend Stocks]
    Blog Post
    Below is a list of stocks that pay monthly dividends (i.e., monthly dividend stocks). A lot of these are real estate investment trusts (REITs) and many are
  • What To Do About Zero Percent Bond Yields?
    Blog Post
    Zero percent bond yields might be true in the developed world, but 2-5 percent bond yields are still available in many emerging market countries, including
  • What To Do With $100k [Investment Portfolio Strategies]
    Blog Post
    If you have $100k in cash or wondering what to do with $100k in the bank, in this article, we cover a balanced approach to what to do with this kind of mone
  • What to Know About Mega Backdoor Roth 401(k) Conversions
    Blog Post
    A mega backdoor Roth 401(k) conversion is a strategy that allows high-income earners to make after-tax contributions to their 401(k) plan.
  • What to Know Before Trading Foreign Equities
    Blog Post
    We look at foreign equity trading with insight into currency and interest rate impacts. Currency movements impact foreign equity returns.
  • What to Know Before Trading or Investing in Foreign Bonds
    Blog Post
    Foreign bonds are instruments that are much more complex to trade or invest in than domestic bonds.There’s a lot to them that doesn’t meet the eye at first.For example, when amateur traders and investors decide to buy a foreign bond, what’s going to be the one thing they hyper-focus on?The nominal yield.However, to say that […]
  • What Will Happen to the Ruble?
    Blog Post
    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and sanctions imposed by NATO countries and western allies put the Russian ruble (RUB) into a tailspin against virtually all other emerging market currencies.The sanctions guarantee that Russia will have bad inflation problems.Tightening monetary policy can help take some of the air out of inflationary pressure, with the trade-off being a […]
  • What Would An Interest Rate Cut Mean For Markets?
    Blog Post
    US markets have been battered with multiple pieces of bad news over the last few weeks with indicators pointing to possible recession
  • What Would Happen if the US Defaulted on Its Debt?
    Blog Post
    The US can always pay its bills because it has the power to “print” money. The Federal Reserve controls money creation in the US. So even if the US has bad finances, as it does – i.e., it spends more than it earns and has more liabilities than assets – the country can always satisfy its […]
  • What’s a Good Trade Winning Percentage?
    Blog Post
    We take a look at what a good trade winning percentage is in trading and how to think about expected value as it feeds into this.
  • What’s Behind the Rise of SPACs, Cryptocurrencies, and NFTs?
    Blog Post
    The rise behind high-flying assets like SPACs (blank check companies), cryptocurrencies, and NFTs is related to the environment we’re in and the large-scale liquidity that has caused a rise in all asset classes. Interest rates in an economy are a function of nominal growth rates. In Western economies (the United States, developed Europe, and Japan), low nominal […]
  • What’s the Difference Between a Recession and a Depression?
    Blog Post
    What’s the difference between a recession and a depression? A recession is a drop in economic activity that’s typically caused by a fall in private sector
  • What2Trade
    Trader Service
    What2Trade is a free signals provider that uses Autochartist software to identify key price movements over four major markets. Find out how it works today.
  • Wheat
    Commodity
    Wheat trading is incredibly popular, with wheat being the second-most produced crop in the world. Read our guide today to get started.
  • When to Sell Options Before Expiration
    Blog Post
    Learn about selling options before expiration, closing options positions, in-the-money and out-of-the-money options, and more in this guide.
  • When To Trade Forex
    Article
    The key forex trading sessions explained with liquidity and volatility considerations. Find out when to trade currencies online.
  • When Will the US Run Out of Money? (And Impacts on Markets)
    Blog Post
    Can the US or any country run out of money? Technically, the government doesn’t have money. It’s just a collection of individuals.
  • When You Buy a Stock, Where Does the Money Go?
    Blog Post
    Even some of the most basic questions about the markets are important as it pertains to understanding them, to get to kinow the mechanics involved in buying and selling stocks.When you fund a brokerage account and execute a trade, you tie up a certain amount of your money as collateral. As such, where does your […]
  • Where are the 'bond vigilantes'?
    Blog Post
    ‘Bond vigilantes’ are supposedly the traders who regulate interest rates based on the notional intrinsic value of bonds.
  • Which Currencies Do Best During a Trade Conflict?
    Blog Post
    It is an external shock that reduces national income for the recipient. The ongoing trade conflict between the US and China bears this out.
  • Who Controls Bitcoin?
    Blog Post
    Who controls bitcoin? Bitcoin is decentralized. That means nobody technically owns or controls bitcoin just like nobody owns the internet, email, text/SMS
  • Who Owns US Treasury Bonds? (Breakdown)
    Blog Post
    We look through the various entities that own US Treasury Bonds. We look through why they own them, and influences that will shape future ownership.
  • Who Pays for Bankruptcies? A Rundown of Financial Stakeholders
    Blog Post
    This article explains how bankruptcy affects shareholders, bondholders, depositors, and creditors, and how the burden is distributed among them.
  • Why AI & Machine Learning Will Never Solve the Markets
    Blog Post
    Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have been touted as powerful tools for analyzing financial markets, with the potential to revolutionize the way traders/investors make investment decisions.While AI and ML have shown great promise in some areas, there are inherent limitations that make it unlikely that they will ever be able to fully solve […]
  • Why and How All Currencies Devalue and Die
    Blog Post
    We look at why currencies devalue and die, their inherent impermanence, economic factors at play, and the cycle of devaluation.
  • Why Are NFTs Bad for the Environment?
    Blog Post
    NFTs are often criticized for their environmental impact.The process of creating an NFT can be very energy-intensive, and the Ethereum network – which is currently the most popular blockchain for minting NFTs – is estimated to use as much electricity as the entire country of Chile.This has led some to believe that NFTs are not […]
  • Why Countries’ Monetary Policies Move Together
    Blog Post
    There are a few main reasons why countries’ monetary policies move together.
  • Why Day Traders Need to Pay Attention to Central Banks
    Blog Post
    Day traders tend to focus predominantly on technical analysis and don’t typically pay that much attention to central banks. These institutions are directly
  • Why Did the 401(k) Become More Popular Than Pension Plans?
    Blog Post
    We look at why 401(k) plans have gained popularity over pensions – looking at economic factors, employer preferences, employee choices & regulatory changes.
  • Why Diversification Is Harder in Today’s World
    Blog Post
    Diversification has long been considered a crucial component of successful investing and trading, helping to reduce risk by spreading your trades and investments across a variety of assets, asset classes, countries, and currencies.However, in today’s world, achieving diversification has become more challenging.Inflation, geopolitical risks, and the need for inflation protection all present significant obstacles for […]
  • Why Do Companies Buy Back Shares?
    Blog Post
    We discuss what a stock buyback does, who benefits from one, buybacks vs. dividends, risks of a buyback, and much more.
  • Why do repo market rates often spike?
    Blog Post
    Recently, rates in the overnight USD funding market – of which the repo market is a subset – spiked higher. 1 The effective fed funds rate (EFFR) also went
  • Why Does Bitcoin Tend to Stall at $50,000?
    Blog Post
    Bitcoin is well-known for its volatility. For example, in 2021 alone it more than doubled from January through the middle of April, then fell by more than 50 percent in the next three months before bouncing about 65 percent from July to August.Then it began treading water right around the $50,000 mark. Bitcoin (BTC/USD) price chart(Source: […]
  • Why Does the US Dollar Rise in a Recession?
    Blog Post
    In a recession, the US dollar typically rises. If we look at a chart of DXY (US dollar index), we can see a rise in 2008 due to the subprime crisis and a mi
  • Why Doesn’t the World Have One Currency?
    Blog Post
    We look at the pros and cons of a global currency, the importance of individual currencies, and the impacts of dollarization and currency pegs.
  • Why Interest Rates Can’t Rise Much
    Blog Post
    The IIF recently published that the global debt stock has reached $255.3 trillion at the end of 2019.
  • Why Long-Term Capital Management (LTCM) Failed
    Blog Post
    We look at the strategies that led to the LTCM debacle, exploring the lessons in leverage, risk management, and the potential dangers of financial arbitrage
  • Why the Dow Jones Is Misleading
    Blog Post
    The Dow Jones is one of the most popular global equity benchmarks, dating back to the mid-1880s as a daily bulletin and 1896 in terms of its formal
  • Why the Zillow Zestimate (And Other AVMs) Are Flawed
    Blog Post
    We look at the various reasons why the Zillow Zestimate and other AVM models are flawed and should be trusted with caution.
  • Why You Can Trust DayTrading.com
    Article
    Why You Can Trust DayTrading.com - Authority, Experience, Honesty. Years of trading experience, industry recognition and transparent practices.
  • Why You Should Focus on Real Returns, not Nominal Returns
    Blog Post
    Over time, real returns (i.e., inflation-adjusted returns) are what matter for your portfolio, not nominal returns.
  • Why Zillow iBuying Failed (Zillow Offers)
    Blog Post
    Learn from Zillow's iBuying failure: How misapplying AI in real estate led to costly mistakes. Understand the importance of nuanced data-driven strategies.
  • Will 2019 Be Another Bad Year For The Stock Market?
    Blog Post
    2018 has been a mostly poor year for the stock market and financial assets more broadly. The S&P 500 is down, and most public companies are in a bear market
  • Will Dogecoin Reach $100?
    Blog Post
    Will Dogecoin Reach $100? It is possible that Dogecoin could reach $100 if there is continued interest from investors and social media influencers. The meme
  • Will Emerging Markets Decouple from China?
    Blog Post
    China’s economy will naturally slow over time. Its population is already older. Its productivity will still rise faster than western developed economies as plays catch-up and its per-capita incomes get more in line. But a lot of growth that was fueled by credit will start to slow.Its slowdown is eliciting familiar warnings that, as China […]
  • Will JPM Coin Challenge the Top Cryptocurrencies?
    Blog Post
    JPMorgan Chase recently came out with news they are starting their own form of cryptocurrency. It will be backed by USD on a 1-for-1 basis. JPM Coin is part
  • Will We Have a Recession Within 18 Months?
    Blog Post
    Will we have a recession? It largely depends on what policymakers do and the range of unknowns is much larger than the range of knowns. Broadly speaking,
  • Williams % R
    Article
    Williams % R Explained - How To Find Trade Signals Using Williams % R. We explain the technical indicator and how to find and confirm trades.
  • Window Dressing in Accounting and Investing
    Blog Post
    We look at Window Dressing in the context of accounting and investing, window dressing ethics, examples, and how it’s employed in investment funds.
  • Windsor Brokers
    Broker Review
    Windsor Brokers offers tight spreads, no deposit bonuses & MT4 accounts. Our review unpacks the client portal, demo accounts, minimum deposits & more.
  • Wire Transfer
    Payment Method
    See our list of the best online trading brokers that accept bank wire transfer payments. We reveal how to deposit using wire transfer.
  • Working Capital
    Blog Post
    What is Working Capital?Working capital (WC), also known as net working capital (NWC), refers to the money that a company has available to meet its short-term obligations.It is a key metric that investors use to assess a company’s financial health and its ability to continue operating and growing.Working capital is calculated by subtracting a company’s […]
  • World Forex
    Broker Review
    Expert review of multi-asset trading broker - World Forex. We unpack their trading contests, live accounts, digital contracts, no deposit bonuses, and more.
  • WorldPay
    Payment Method
    We evaluate and list the best brokers that accept WorldPay payments. Find out about fees, times and how to deposit with WorldPay.
  • Woxa
    Broker Review
    I reveal my key findings after trading with Woxa. I evaluate the broker's accounts, fees, platforms, regulatory status & more. Get the truth.
  • Wrapped Bitcoin Trading - Tutorial and Brokers
    Article
    Wrapped Bitcoin connects the dots between trading Bitcoin and Ethereum, creating an innovative DeFi solution. Find out how to buy and sell wBTC today.
  • Wyden (Formerly AlgoTrader)
    Article
    Wyden software review. Automated trading platform reviewed including EAs, prices and downloads for the open-source trading software.