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Starting your own business can be a risky, time consuming and often costly labor of love. There are many traps that budding entrepreneurs can fall into. So knowing about what to look out for, and what to avoid can be the difference between your business flourishing and collapsing.
For Gareth Williams, co-founder and Chief Executive of Skyscanner, the vacation price comparison website, placing emphasis on who you hire – especially when your business is in its infancy – is of paramount importance.
“Make hiring your top priority and not a side job,” he told CNBC.com. “Normally, you’re so busy that you try to fit interviewing and hiring around the edges of your job, but actually the success of what you do will be guided by your success in hiring.”
Choosing the right medium for your message to potential clients and investors is another issue.
“Avoid communicating important or complicated messages by email,” Williams added.
“When you’re an entrepreneur, a lot seems obvious: you’re thinking about your concept and its context all the time. If you try to take a short cut and explain something by email then you’re probably going to find that only 10 per cent of the message is understood. You’ve got to do it in person, got to spend time explaining your message and taking feedback.”
Clarity of vision and facing facts is also key, according to William Chase, a potato farmer and entrepreneur who founded the luxury crisp company Tyrells, and now runs the Chase Distillery in Herefordshire, England, which produces one of the world’s best vodkas.
“People don’t react to things that aren’t working,” he told CNBC.com. “If you’re trying to sell something to people and they don’t want it, you have to act. You mustn’t keep going, you’ve got to stop, find out what it is they do want, and then turn around and sell it.”
(Read more: The entrepreneur’s biggest risk may be retirement)
Reining in your ambitions – at least initially – can also be beneficial. “Rather than start something that’s too big, start small so you have time to move the business in the direction you want it to go,” Chase added.
Starting small should not, however, limit your business. “If you set modest goals for the company, it’s unlikely that you will exceed them,” Williams, of Skyscanner, said. “Absolutely start small, but if you’re not aware of the larger opportunity, then you will never exploit it.”
Rekha Mehr started Pistachio Rose, a boutique bakery specializing in luxury Anglo-Indian cakes and biscuits, last year. This March, she was chosen to be an ‘entrepreneur in residence’ at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, where she is aiding the UK government in its efforts to connect with small to medium-sized enterprises.
“Not finding a mentor early enough into the journey,” is a key error that many fledgling businesses make, she told CNBC.com. “This was certainly the case with me. I didn’t appreciate the difference that having a lack of structure and nobody to bounce ideas off of would have on me.”
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Realizing the toll starting a business will have on your emotions is also vital, Mehr added. “I didn’t appreciate that, actually, it’s incredibly emotional,” she said. “The downs are the biggest I’ve ever had in my life. Working alone, in an unstructured environment and not having a mentor in place, you have self-doubt.”
Eighteen months into running her own profitable business, what else would Mehr advise others avoid? “Applying for finance too early, or believing that everyone needs a loan to start a business. There is something to be said for going back to the old school principle of starting small, generating cash and just building up organically,” she added. “Anybody who thinks that they can’t do it because they don’t have money, that’s not accurate. You can get by on very little.”
Perhaps though, the best piece of advice – simple, to the point and obvious – comes from Chase. “If you’re in a hole, stop digging.”
Flat base is a powerful chat pattern that has a box-like appearance. It usually forms after a breakout from cup and handle pattern or a double bottom pattern.
In a flat base, the consolidation lets the stock digest prior gains. Stocks can also form flat bases when the overall market is in a downtrend or can’t muster much progress.
A flat base is one of the shorter price patterns. It only needs a minimum of five weeks to take shape. Most other price structures need at least seven weeks.
– Correction in the base should be no more than 15% from the stock’s peak
– Volume on breakout day should be 40% more than average
– Entry price is 10c more than the high of the pattern
When buying on a pullback, buy as close to the 50day line or 10week line as possible.
C: current earnings
Earnings growth of at least 25% in recent quarters
A: annual earnings
Earning growth of at least 25% in last 3 years
New product, services, management, price highs
S: supply and demand
I: institutional sponsorships
Big money accounts for 75% of market activity.
M: market direction
3/4 stocks follow the general market trends
Conventional wisdom: Buy low, sell high
New wisdom: Buy high, sell higher
– At or near 52 week high
– Leading stocks in leading group
– During a confirmed uptrend
– Be careful when buying stocks $15 or lower. You want to buy right, not buy cheap.
Conventional wisdom: Buy on dips
New wisdom: Buy on the way up
Conventional wisdom: Buy and hold
New wisdom: Hold a leader for the run, then sell.
– A leader’s average run lasts for 12-18 months.
During a market correction, buying new stocks entails high risk. But investors who had bought the true leaders at early breakouts and enjoy a thick cushion of gains have the option to sit through a normal pullback. If a stock is quickly rebounding back above the 50-day moving average, that’s an example of constructive action. But if a stock continues to free fall after undercutting that support level, it makes sense to secure at least some profits. A great stock will recover and form a new base, giving a new chance to buy back shares.
When the price of an asset and an indicator, index or other related asset move in opposite directions. In technical analysis, traders make transaction decisions by identifying situations of divergence, where the price of a stock and a set of relevant indicators, such as the money flow index (MFI), are moving in opposite directions.
In technical analysis, divergence is considered either positive or negative, both of which are signals of major shifts in the direction of the price. Positive divergence (convergence) occurs when the price of a security makes a new low while the indicator starts to climb upward. Negative divergence happens when the price of the security makes a new high, but the indicator fails to do the same and instead closes lower than the previous high.
The security shown is experiencing a prolonged uptrend; an observant trader would realize that the price ROC is sloping down while the price continues to climb. This type of negative divergence can be an early sign that the price of the underlying security may be reversing. If the price of the security breaks below the upward trendline, this will complete the confirmation and the trader will take a short position.
Likewise, active traders need to understand that research
shows the PEG ratio has more predictive power than any other
In case you’re unfamiliar with it, the PEG is a stock’s P/E
(price/earnings) ratio divided by the earnings per share
So, if for example, a stock has a P/E of 12 and EPS is
growing at 12% a year, it’s PEG would be 12/12, or 1.
The easy way to spot undervalued stocks is to see the
As a general rule, a PEG of less than 1 means a stock is
undervalued. A PEG greater than 1 means a stock may be
In essence, the PEG tells you how much you’re paying for a
given amount of expected earnings growth.