What is Stock Trading?
What is stock trading? It is the buying and selling of shares (each constituting a percentage of equity ownership) in publically listed companies. The majority of stock trading is conducted through an exchange, which is a regulated market that provides an organized arena for buying and selling shares as well as other financial products. An exchange may be a physical location, or an electronic network. A certain amount of stock trading is carried out through private trading, sometimes in a private trading environment such as a dark pool. .......Read more
Stop Trading Signals
Stock trading signals are signs, often obtained from technical analysis or chart patterns, that indicate the most likely time at which a potentially profitable trade may be executed.
The Week Ahead In The Stock Market – Week Beginning 19th July, 2015 - Some Thoughts, Possibilities and Probabilities!
The week ahead in the stock market will see about a quarter of S&P 500 companies and more than one-third of the Dow 30 report earnings, and that could be a positive catalyst for stocks as worries about Greece and China fade into the background.
With the situation in Greece now a little more stable, the equity market has been riding high, led by tech names, and could rise further on the back of a strong set of earnings reports from the big tech companies........Read more
List of Companies Reporting Earnings for the Week Beginning 20th July, 2015
A list of Companies Reporting Earnings for the Week Beginning 20th July, 2015 -- 499 companies reporting this week, including 124 S&P 500 members.
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Stop Limit Order
A stop limit order triggers execution of a trade when a target price is reached. This negates the need for constant monitoring and can eliminate emotion as the decision has been made at the outset.
Swing Trading Strategy
Swing trading strategy involves choosing stocks which exhibit the price pattern movements suited to swing trading, as well as pinpointing the appropriate times to enter and exit a trade.
Candlestick analysis is a key component of technical analysis, and candlestick charts can provide a great deal of insight into price movement of stocks by studying the proportions of the candlesticks.
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