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Any person who has traded before will definitely have either a great or the worst experience with it. Having said that, there are plenty others who even do it on a daily basis and of course, are masters at what they do. Trading stocks can be one of the most challenging as well as satisfying things an individual has ever done. The reason being it completely depends on the person and how he wishes to turn what he has been through – make the bad experience good, the good experience best or j...

Mar 15, 18, 2 Days Ago Via optionsprofitsdaily In Business

According to the Yardeni Research report on bull and bear markets, over the past eight and a half years since prices bottomed out during the financial crisis, the stock market has returned an annualized 19% or so. But it’s also clear that stocks go into periodic, prolonged slumps, falling nearly 40% on average over a period of a year in the 20 bear markets since 1929. With so many people getting accustomed to shares, the stock market and learning the trade, there are even more rising to th...

Mar 16, 18, 1 Day Ago Via investingsecrets In Business

Trading stocks – the common man’s guide to it

With all the hype going on today about cryptocurrencies, banking, and its varied options and investing in stocks, it comes across as no surprise when even the common man speaks the trading language with such ease. The math is easy – we have better jobs, the standard of living is slowly and gradually rising, foreign companies are starting their branches to India and we can move from the phase of simply “earning a basic livelihood” to living it up! Today, a number of online...

Mar 14, 18, 3 Days Ago Via tradingtips In Investing

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Technical analysts are familiar with breadth indicators. This is a class of indicators designed to measure how broad the participation in a price move is.  The general idea behind breadth indicators is that a healthy trend will have broad participation. In a bull market, for example, most stocks should be in uptrend's.   This is based on the theory that a market with just narrow leadership is likely to reverse. This was seen in 2000 when just a few stocks were moving higher. These st...

Mar 14, 18, 3 Days Ago Via tradingtips In Investing

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