Hey any one of you want to know about stock trading and wanna extra money?
July 22, 2011 4:47am CST
Guys I am starting this thread to post information related to stocks.. If any one of you have any questions then post them here.
22 Jul 11
That seems to be absolutely fantastic thread. It will help the people to learn about how this works. there are many people have invested huge amounts in the market and have gone down pretty badly. I'll be the first person to watch this very closely and get the tips and implement them that will fetch me a positive result and float above the water. So, could you disclose a brief introduction about how it all began, opening an account, and what are all the parameters to be considered before we purchase the shares and so on. A quick question, basically how does this market run and who is it that decides when the market slump and when it rises? Is the share market dependent on any of the factors? Just to know, how long have you been in this market and how is this going to help me earn money? Awaiting for your reply.....
22 Jul 11
Who is it that decides when the market slump and when it rises? There is no one any one can decide about it. But there are two factors that plays a major role. It is our FEAR and our GREED. FEAR in the market creates people to sell their share where as GREED makes the stock prices to go up. GREED makes people to buy shares and that increases the price of the market. While FEAR creates panic and makes to sell that causes slump in prices. I am in to this for more than 2 years. If you have any questions or wants to know about information about measuring this greed and fear, then let me know. This helps to buys shares at low and sell at high. But before that answer may question. Why you want to earn money?
26 Aug 11
What is the most effective method you are using for your technical analysis for day trading? I've been day trading for quite some time but most of my entry prices are bought on the day's high, hoping it will still go higher. But I will just later find out that the stock will close at a low price.