Robert Weinstein focuses on the psychological importance of risk mitigation, emotion and financial behavior of market participants. Robert owns 1Reason, an insurance agency specializing in estate planning using long-term care and life insurance, a real estate agency dedicated to representing buyers, and co-founded the investing blog StockSaints, where he writes a journal about his trading activity and experiences.
In addition to TheStreet, Robert also contributes to Real Money Pro, providing real-time trading ideas for stocks, options and futures.
Recent Articles By The Author
3 High-Dividend Stocks That Can Handily Beat the Market
Investors can grow their portfolios with this simple and effective strategy: Buy, forget and collect.
7 Vital Retirement and Estate Rules Baby Boomers Need to Follow Now
Hire an expert, review your documents regularly and don't rely on just a will to accomplish your goals are among the highlights of sound estate planning.
Why Only Some Airline Tickets Are Falling With Lower Oil Prices
Airlines can buy futures contracts, thereby locking in their cost. The same contracts bought not long ago are now costing some airlines millions of dollars.
Three Stocks to Buy in 2015: Las Vegas Sands, Seagate and Wynn Resorts
For buy-and-hold investors, 2015 promises to have its share of winners and losers. These stocks will help you position your portfolio for the coming year.
Top Ten Critical Rules Every First-Time Homebuyer Needs To Follow
Taxes, restrictions on use, neighbors, and even the smell of apple pie baking can cause home buyers problems they didn't anticipate.
Zynga’s Shareholders Wait for Gain Is Nearing an End as Mobile Grows
Zynga is in the right place at the right time with the right leader and with the right products.
Buy Alon USA, HollyFrontier and Valero Despite Lower Oil Prices
Oil prices could be headed as low as $75 a barrel, but investors should consider the recent selloff in energy stocks as a buying opportunity.
SAP's Bid for Concur Is Better Than What CEO McDermott Said It Is
SAP CEO Bill McDermott failed to sell the Concur deal, but that doesn't mean it isn't good for the German software maker.
Four Reasons Why the Market Is Peaking Right Now, and What to Do
Despite market euphoria the market will not appreciate forever. The last time the margin debt level exceeded $400 billion was during the spring and summer of 2007.
Intel Wins the Chip Battle vs. AMD Based on Technology Trends
Intel processors carry a higher selling price. Intel chips are considered superior, and investors don't need to look further than the stock price to figure it out.