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Trading stocks – the common man’s guide to it

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 trading system platforms in India urge people to come forward and invest in stocks. The reason is simple – such kinds of investments help the economy to flourish, give its people a better opportunity to earn a few extra bucks and also give them a push ...


Best Trading Tips to Stay Ahead of the Game

“The elements of good trading are: (1) cutting losses, (2) cutting losses, and (3) cutting losses. If you can follow these three rules, you may have a chance” says Ed Seykota, a Commodities Trader and pioneer of Systems Trading. Although trading is one of the hottest topics today, most people do cringe at the thought of trading itself. Be it a bitter past experience or failure to believe in the concept as a whole, trading can definitely mean different things to different people. But, like most things, trading isn’t something that needs be ‘difficult’ or ‘confusing’ as most people term it. You could choose to be as lenient or stringent with trading as you wish and still enjoy what you do. A good start is to keep a few Stock trading tips and tricks in your mind. Althoug...


stock market Investment tips

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 stocks carried a great deal of weight in the indexes and pushed the indexes up. Breadth warned of a problem and the bear market was a problem. A popular breadth indicator is the advance-decline line which is calculated by subtracting the number of stocks declining every day from the number of stoc...