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How Stocks Markets Work!

NYSE Old Days

How Stocks Markets Work

The stocks market goes back in the early 1700s with the London Stock Exchange officially formed in 1773 and the New York Stock Exchange officially formed in 1792. The concepts of trading stocks during then hasn’t changed much till now except with the fact that a lot of the trades have now been more automated than before. Check out some interesting clips!

Discovering about yourself

Understand what is required before venturing out into the merciless stocks market. Successful traders have all three spheres of the trading basics at their finger tips. Do you? If you don’t have an understanding of the basics, consider the amount of advantage they have over you. Successful trading occurs only if you have an advantage over the market. 90% of traders lose because they think they are prepared but they are in actual fact, very unprepared. Read More about “Discovering about yourself”

Trendlines - The Most Powerful TA Tool

Trend Lines

Trend Lines

Before we get into breakouts, it is crucial to learn about this tool called Trend Lines. It is one of the best tools when it comes to technical analysis. Basic, simple and effective. There are tonnes of other tools available like RSI, Stochastics and Moving Averages that seem to make your trading charts look more sophisticated, but end of the day, does not provide quick decision making as effective as just a simple trend line. You may explore further on the other tools but first, you’ve got to master this. Read More about “Trend Lines”

Basic Financials

Every company wants to report good revenue because stock markets react well to good performance. In good times, small companies will report small revenues while big companies will report big revenues. So how do we measure what’s good and what’s not? Read More about “Basic Financials”

What is Technical Analysis??

Supports and Resistances

Supports and Resistances

A stock price support is a price level where the demand is strong enough to prevent the price from falling lower.
On a stock chart, typical supports are formed on an imaginary horizontal line on multiple lows at about the same price point. Why does it form? What goes through the minds of traders? What about resistance? Read More about “Supports and Resistances”

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