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  • Top Ten Stock Trading Administration Mistakes  By : Washington Starbenz
    If you hire a team or company to trade stocks for you make sure they meet these requirements.
  • Stock Trading Tips From A Successful Trader  By : Washington Starbenz
    Everyone wants to make smart investment decisions but we don't always do that. This is your opportunity to learn how to trade stocks from a seasoned pro.
  • Attend Trading Courses that Sell the 3 Magical Stances  By : kevin Ng
    The market is flushed with seminar and training providers who claim that their respective trading methods can achieve very high returns. Therefore, it is justified that these courses command significantly high fee. However, at the end of the day, all the courses are the same. Basically they are selling the 3 magical stances that every successful traders need to equip themselves with
  • Becoming A Full Time Trader  By : kevin Ng
    Becoming A Full Time Trader using Technical Analysis To Trade For a Living
  • The Advantages Of Online Stock Trading  By : Steven Giles A
    The Internet is an advanced and handy tool in modern society. Gone are the days that its use limited to learning and socializing. But now, a growing trend for doing business, banking and investing has emerged through online networks. In fact, one of the fastest growing markets online is stock trading.
  • The Basics Of Stock Trading  By : Steven Giles A
    The most common picture that comes to mind when people hear about stock trading is the one we see in movies where men in suits basically shout and wrestle each other in some huge New York building to bicker about money. Although to some extent, there is some truth to this image, trading in the stock market is actually a more complex concept that helps many people earn money and keep businesses alive.
  • Requirements by Stock Exchange  By : Dr. D.S. Merchant
    The securities traded on a stock exchange include: shares issued by companies, unit trusts and other pooled investment products and bonds. To be able to trade a security on a certain stock exchange, it has to be listed there. Usually there is a central location at least for recordkeeping,
  • Before You Start Stock Trading: First Think If It Is Worth Your Time And Money.  By : Tim Moore
    Today people are bombarded with lucrative offers from various trading companies offering $10, $7 or even $4 per stock trade. It looks very tempting to sign up and start trading since the terms are much better than it was before the Internet trading was possible.

    That was the good news. The bad news is that those companies are selling you the tools and service only. They do not sell you any guarantees of success. It does not matter if you profit or lose money, the trading c...
  • Learn How To Sell Your Stocks And Make A Profit  By : Robert Michael
    Have you ever wanted to get started buying and selling stocks in the stock market but it seemed to complicated and you just didn’t know how to get started? Buying and selling stocks is actually quite simple and very easy process.

    The first thing you need to do is have an understanding of stocks and the stock market. A stock certificate is a share of ownership in the company. It is the smallest unit of ownership that you can have. If you own a share of stock in a company yo...
  • The Important Role Of Brokers  By : Sue Jan
    Brokers are professionals who play an important role in mediating between a lender and a borrower. Brokers collect personal information about the client for the lender including employment and medical history. They also provide the clients' financial and credit information to the lender.

    There are many different types of brokers. Below are the more sought-after brokers:

    Mortgage broker: mortgage brokers guide customers through the process of selecting a suitable mortgag...
  • Understanding Futures Trading  By : Sue Jan
    Many people have the notion that commodity futures trading is very difficult to understand. It may only seem difficult when you are new to futures trading, but once you understand the inner workings and get a hang of it, you will be well on your way to success.

    People have a common misconception that commodity exchanges determine or establish the prices at which commodity futures are bought and sold. This is not true. Prices are determined by supply and demand conditions. ...
  • Part-Time Trading – The Best Paying Side Job You Could Have  By : John Forman
    I’m going to tell you a little story.

    In March of this year I was looking at the markets, reviewing the price charts to see if there was anything worth trading. In this particular instance it was the foreign exchange (forex) market I was scanning and I did come across an interesting development.

    You see, the Euro was setting up to making what looked to be a big break higher against the Dollar. Based on my analysis, which took all of about two minutes, I saw a pattern fo...
  • Part-Time Trading – Making The Most Of Your Time  By : John Forman
    It seems like I am always answering the question as to whether trading can be done meaningfully on a part-time basis. My answer is always the same – “Absolutely!”

    Somehow people have been convinced that you have to spend hour upon hour in front of computer watching the markets in order to have a chance at success. That is simply just not true. Part-time trading can be extremely worthwhile – in some cases even more so than trading more actively. I am proof of that. Even tho...
  • Why You Should Consider Trading Futures  By : John Forman
    One of the least understood financial markets is the one for futures. That is in part a function of the fact that for many years it has been referred to as “commodity futures”, which has no doubt turned many would-be traders away, folks who don’t have any interest in things like Pork Bellies and Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice (to include a few from the popular Trading Places film). The other factor is the perceived complexity of the futures market. The fact of the matter, t...
  • First Of All, Know Thyself  By : John Forman
    One of the most important elements of success in trading (and life in general) is knowing yourself. If you do not understand how you tick, you will never be truly prepared for the demands of trading, and likely your performance will suffer as a result.

    Let me use myself as an example.

    I am what might be considered project oriented. By that I mean I like to move from one thing to the next – always have something upon which to focus my attention. As my friends and colleag...
  • Expectations For Trading Or Investing Returns  By : John Forman
    Clearly, anyone who trades does so with the expectation of making profits. We take risks to gain rewards. The question each trader must answer, however, is what kind of return he or she expects to make? This is a very important consideration, as it speaks directly to what kind of trading will take place, what market or markets are best suited to the purpose, and the kinds of risks required.

    Let s start with a very simple example. Suppose a trader would like to make 10% per...
  • Five More New Trader Pitfalls You Can Avoid  By : John Forman
    Trading can be rewarding. You can make lots of money. You can have tons of fun. You can have something to brag about to your friends. Unfortunately, trading can also just as easily lead to financial distress and high blood pressure if you don't go about it the right way. Here are a five more things you can do as a fledgling trader to get off on the right foot.

    #1 Have a System!

    You will not be a successful trader if you do not have a system. They come in all different s...
  • Realized Vs Unrealized Returns  By : John Forman
    Traders deal with two different kinds of returns when they speak of profits and losses made in the markets. Realized returns, often referred to as "booked", are those which come about as the result of a position which has been closed out. Unrealized, or "paper", gains and losses are those which involve open positions. An example of a paper return would be when one buys a stock at $100 and it rises to $110, but the trade remains open. In this case the trader has an unrealized ...
  • Five New Trader Pitfalls You Can Avoid  By : John Forman
    So you want to trade, eh? Or have you already started? What drew you to it? Was it the huge profit potential? Maybe it was the excitement. Or perhaps you love the challenge of solving a big, multi-dimensional puzzle.

    Whatever the case, there's certainly a number of things that make trading the financial markets worthwhile. At the same time, however, there are some huge obstacles along the path to profits and success. This article discusses five ways to avoid trouble in the...
  • Shares - Should I, Shouldn't I?  By : Philip Turner
    Buying Shares

    You should consider buying shares only if:

    * You have at least one year's income saved and available on demand

    You need to have instantly accessible savings to pay for the unexpected. The unexpected can include funerals, washing machines or repairs to the car after an accident. The unexpected is just that, and you do not want to have to sell your shares at a time when their value may be temporarily low just because you have no other savings to cover tha...
  • Unearthing The Crazy World Of Futures Trading  By : Christopher H. Waters
    You see them every day with a new and costly cell phone, driving every day in latest sports car, you hear of their super bonuses and hence decide to join the world of futures trading. Along with enormous bonuses and costly mobiles, futures trade mainly share two other traits:

    1. High level of stress.
    2. Huge risk.

    It is true that many people are engaged in the Futures trading, many have become wealthy as well. If you are well known of the market, avoid greed and fear, ...
  • What Makes A Successful Stock Trader?  By : P. Johnson
    I'll be telling you about 15 characteristics of a very successful trader.

    Trading in stock isn't everyone’s cup of tea. Some people can do it and some can't. Even among the some who can, not everybody can be successful at it. While there are no hard and fast rules on what makes or doesn't make a successful stock trader, those Wall street Wizards that you hear about who made the most in the least amount of time, all appear to have certain characteristics in common.

    1. Su...
  • Buy To Cover Orders With Stock Trading  By : P. Johnson
    If you have always wanted to know more about this topic, then get ready because we have all the information you can handle.

    Within the buy to cover orders, there are four options in which to place against your stock purchases. When you buy to cover on a stock order, you are in agreement that you will buy the stock at the latest share price; however, because there is a lag between the time you approve to buy the stock and the actual transaction, a price difference may occur...
  • An Industry Blueprint To Stocks And Shares  By : P. Johnson
    In this day and age, a lot of things have changed from how they used to be, which can be new and exciting for most.

    Because of the large size of the stock market, beginner investors appear to feel overwhelmed as to where to even activate investing their money. To most people, the stock market presents a messy web of options but does not reveal the highway map of clarity to guide their way along way in their investment adventure. The key to investing in the stock market is ...
  • 5 Advantages Of Long Term Trading  By : Mark Crisp
    Both short term and long term trading can be effective trading strategies, however, long term trading has several significant advantages. These include the effect of compounding, the opportunity to earn from dividends, reduction of the impact of price fluctuations, the ability to make corrections in a more timely manner, less time spent monitoring stocks.

    1. Compounding

    Time can be investor’s best friend because it gives compounding time to work its magic. Compounding i...
  • A Review Of The Stock Market Crash Of 1929  By : Herb Lazarus
    The great Wall Street Crash just previous to the Great Depression of the 1930s has become a part of North American legend. People speak of the crash, its causes and its consequences, with great authority, although few people actually understand the fundamentals that led to the crash, and fewer still the intricacies involved in it. This article will detail a short review of the crash, analyze some of the myths evolving out of this period in American history, and also answer so...
  • Tips For Success In The World’s First Sports Stock Market  By : Adam McFarland
    The AllSportsMarket is a financial exchange using a professional trading platform to buy and sell issues of sports teams. It is just like the stock market, but with sports teams! You compete with other players for real money. Money is earned from the ups and downs of the prices of teams and from dividends paid when teams win. The AllSportsMarket is 24 hours, 365 days a year - you can trade at anytime and as often as you would like.

    You can fund an account for as little as ...
  • Stock Trading Psychology  By : Tim Renolds
    Many of today’s highly successful traders will tell you that the general key to success in trading is to be able to comfortably take a loss. It is general knowledge among experts in the trading psychology field and among traders that the market is not predictable and it is safe to say that it never will be. In the world of trading, it is expected to take a loss; even those who are highly skilled traders know that it is inevitable. With that said, let us have a look at things ...
  • Stocks Look Pricey  By : Geoff Gannon
    The first quarter of 2006 is over. Now is a good time to reflect on stock prices and the opportunities they present.

    Bargains are scarce. Equities are expensive. In recent weeks, I’ve heard several fund managers say valuations are still attractive. I don’t agree. Generally speaking, valuations are unattractive. Returns on equity are higher than historical levels. A market-wide return on equity of 15% is unsustainable. Price-to-earnings ratios may not fully reflect how expe...
  • Option Trading Explained – In Layman Terms  By : Jason Ng
    Robert Kiyosaki says that Option Trading is the investment of the rich.

    Indeed, option trading is the most versatile form of investment in the world today. Its versatility has been the topic of many speakers all over the world. Terms such as “Covered Calls” and “Credit Spreads” have become well known amongst traders new and veteran alike.

    Option Trading Explained - Simply put, it is the trading of option contracts on a particular stock.

    Options Explained – A cont...
  • Wealth Is Made By Focusing In Stocks  By : Mark Crisp

    STOP trying to create the perfect trading system. There isn't one.

    Phew..what a relief. Stop spending all those hours creating more and more trading rules and realize this:

    Money creation in the stock market is made from CONCENTRATION. That's right. Trading the very best stocks atthe right time with enough capital to make a big difference.

    You must go from wealth CREATION to wealth maintance in this game. Unless you plan on "investing" for the next 25+ y...
  • Using Stops Helps You Make Money Trading Futures  By : Harald Anderson
    The following article presents the very latest information on Futures. If you have a particular interest in Futures, then this informative article is required reading.

    The more you understand about any subject, the more interesting it becomes. As you read this article you'll find that the subject of Futures is certainly no exception.

    To make money in the futures market, setting stops is at best an imprecise science and to some an art form involving a lot of trial and ...
  • Intelligent Stock Trading  By : Sam Chim
    If you want be a successful penny stock trader, you’ll need to be an intelligent trader. There are very few requirements to start trading in penny stocks. It can be broken down into three main things.

    1. Money:

    The money we are talking about is not just the money that is sitting in your bank account. It is not the money that you use to pay for your rent, your car or your food. Penny stocks can be extremely unpredictable and although you might make a great deal of money ...
  • 10 Golden Rules For Stock Trading Success  By : Mark Crisp
    Your stock trading rules are your money. When you follow your rules you make money. However if you break your own stock trading rules the most likely outcome is that you will lose money.

    Once you have a reliable set of stock trading rules it is important to keep them in mind. Here is one discipline that can reap rewards. Read these rules before your day starts and also read the rules when your day ends.

    Rule 1: I must follow my rules.

    Naturally if you develop a set ...

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