Trading Tips to Beat The Stock Market

December 7, 2009 by  
Filed under Financial Tips, Investment, Stock Trading

Before placing money to capital stock market, investors should study the market. The first question is whether this is the right time
to make a new investment in shares. If it turns out that it’s the time, what will be the most appropriate stock to buy.

To answer these questions, the investor has a variety of methods of market analysis, but none of them really dominates the other. Each has its advantages and disadvantages.

Nowadays, the most widely used methods for Success Award are:

• Fundamental analysis or financial;
• The technical analysis or chart.

Graphical analysis is a simplification of financial analysis: it allows any one person to analyze a stock or an industry shares on the stock market without doing all the work of opening the financial analyst’s daily newspaper specialized. Graphical analysis refers to market movements. It determines the evolution of an action. If the market perceives as bullish fundamentals, the action will be rewarded with a higher price. A negative assessment by the market fundamental value of an action will bring down its price. Simple as that. To save the stock market, everything is in graph.

The most important objective for an investor is being able to identify the trend of a market and identify when the trend changes, in order to participate in significant upward trends and avoid the significant downward trends. It can also benefit from downward trends in the short term – because it is possible to make money on the stock market to decline as the rise – but the main objective of an investor is to own a share when the market is in a significant upward trend.

To achieve its objective, it has provided various tools available to all whose effectiveness has already been demonstrated in the past.

Tips for Success in Stock Trading

November 4, 2009 by  
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How to win in stock market? That is the question that arises every wise investor who does not consider the stock market like a lottery but as a way to make money grow.

For this, big speaking, say that there are two techniques that correspond both to a particular form of market analysis and especially the development of listed companies.

The first, called “fundamental analysis” search to find out what are called fundamentals of listed companies. The basic figures are the capital of the company, income statements, all ratios equity / debt, net income / sales, capital / total number of shares outstanding in the market, etc.., So what ‘we can call the financial analysis.

The second, called “graphical analysis, although commonly called technical analysis while relying mainly on the study of representations of evolution, seeking to know what will happen to stock prices based on histories of these courses.

Today, given the rapidly changing global markets, the graphical analysis is accepted as effective for analyzing the short and medium term, fundamental analysis for long and very long term.

It is an effective technique: it predicts a maximum chance of upward or downward trend of an index, action, etc..

It is the only possibility for investing in “swing trading”, that is to say who bought a title one day to sell it a few days later or, more reason for an investor in “day trading”, then an investor who buys a share and sold the same day.

It is also the only reliable possibility to invest in VAD (selling), this practice is to sell first action to buy it then, which saves money in a bear market. It’s risky, absolutely not recommended for beginners, but it pays when it’s done!

7 Tips in Stock Investing (Part 2)

September 15, 2009 by  
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OK, lets continue our discussion from part 1. Now, we are going to talk more about 4th tips:

Tip No. 4 – Do you have sufficient knowledge about Stock Investing?.
Before “you start”, ie to invest you must go through several operations that are needed.

They called first priority and training and information, choice of investment capital and an investment broker and finally “in real” on the market.

You have to train you. Investing in Exchange can not be improvised. The Exchange is not a casino or a game like the Lotto! There are specific rules you must know. You need all the chances on your side. You learn to master the tools that you know little or more or less well as graphical analysis or certain special investment products such as warrants, for example. You must also imperative to know and control the market orders.

You must then inform you. Information is somehow the “sinews of war” of the Exchange. It is important to know what are the operations that prepare (IPOs, share buyback by the company issuing them, etc..). Do not neglect to inform you. For this, Internet is a source of information especially that you are irreplaceable difffusées practically in real time (in most cases with 15 minute delay) or even outright in real time through your broker one-line.

Tip No. 5 – choose to invest capital and intermediate.
You must also choose a lump sum to invest. In this case, obviously, nobody can choose for you. It may well be that you have only 1,500 euros in savings to spend on the stock exchange or over 150,000 euros. In one case as in the other, remember that this amount should represent for you the money you do not need. You must also choose a broker, or if you prefer a stockbroker.

A broker is an intermediary that manages your stock portfolio. Through him you must go to buy and sell shares, you receive dividends, etc.. A private individual has in fact not allowed to work directly on the Exchange. Whether a bank (which is not recommended because of its lack of responsiveness and its high cost), a brokerage firm or broker on line (most recommended because of its quick response to your orders and its price has dropped dramatically), your broker provides the services you need to go around: training services and advice, fee, various tools (eg trading room on the Net, technical analysis in real time pricer warrants, alerts, etc..) possibility of his orders on the Internet, by phone, fax, etc..

Tip No. 6 – “go for it” and invest in the stock market.
You finally, after all this determined, you “take the plunge, so to speak. A concern must always guide you, the preservation of your capital. In other words, you must always keep in mind the idea of placing what is called the “stops”, that is to say, values which, when they are affected by the medium in which you invested, you must exit the market, especially downward. In other words, he must, before even investing a penny, you determine the maximum loss that you authorize. Understand the importance of these stops and the art of asking. Often, 5% of the purchase price appears to be a good limit