Stock prices go up and down every trading day but many still wonder why? The reason they fluctuate daily is simply because of supply and demand. The more demand there is for shares of a stock, the price goes up. The less demand and surplus of shares available of a stock, the price will drop in order to attract buyers. Now if you are wondering why investors are buying or selling a stock? That answer could have no limits. You see folks; one can easily get side tracked by so many stock tips and analysts screaming that a certain stock is the next big thing since sliced bread. But... how would you evaluate if investors are actually buying the stock, if the stock is moving in a favorable direction, or if there are actually multiple investors sharing the same sentiment of these analysts? Well, this is when you can tune into your price charts and get the answers to these questions. You will see what price investors are buying or selling shares at, how many shares they bought or sold at that price, and what time and date they participated in these transactions. All this information is real and will appear on your charts telling you the price, volume, and time when all market participants interacted to buy and sell shares. So why is this useful? It opens the door to technical analysis, which is a method of evaluating stocks or other securities based on statistics of their price history in order to suggest an educated forecast on the stock price’s next move and direction. This course will give you an in depth look at technical analysis and tools such as:
- Support and Resistance
- Trends and Trend Lines
- Moving Averages
These tools will give you a solid foundation of when there is a great opportunity to participate with a specific stock and increase your odds to profitability. You see guys, fundamental analysis may suggest WHICH stock you should buy or sell; but technical analysis will assist WHEN you should buy or sell a stock. Keep in mind that when doing fundamental analysis and relying on financial statements, there always exists a chance that company directors are using unethical practices to make the company look healthier than what it actually is, in other words “cooking the books”. Perhaps why many turn to technical analysis as the charts show what is happening with the stock “NOW’, in real time as well as view what it has done in the past hours, days, weeks, months and even years. The charts can help you identify if there is something “FISHY” going on with a stock as investors are fleeing while the financial statements are glowing with beautiful numbers. Likewise the financial statements may not be attractive but the charts can show you immense demand for the stock.
Whether you are a novice or a seasoned investor who simply reads into the financial statements of stocks; you should always have a visual of the supply and demand of the stock you are analyzing to compliment your analysis. This exciting and animated e-course will give you that missing part of the equation so that you may have a well-rounded formula to help you buy and sell stocks or other securities.
In addition we will include two valuable e-courses that will increase your stock market knowledge extensively:
If you have always been interested in the stock market but had no idea where to start with all the information overflow out there, no worries. This animated course will put it all in one place and fast track your knowledge about our beloved stock market in order to give you the basic understanding needed before participating in any stock transaction. We will cover:
- What are stocks and why do companies sell them
- Why buy stocks and where to buy them
- How the stock market works
- What are stock exchanges and how many are there
- Types of market participants and the role market makers plays
- Stock Price Movement
- Fundamental Analysis vs Technical Analysis
- Stock Indexes
Trading is growing in popularity more and more as many are looking for ways to generate extra income. When participating in the market you basically fall in two categories: Investor or Trader. There are great benefits in both. Investors usually buy stocks and hold them for long term periods of time in an attempt to profit. They believe in the company’s products, management, values, brand, and what the financial statements are saying. Traders rely mostly on price charts to gauge when there is a great opportunity to enter and exit a stock in an attempt to profit. They hold their positions from as low as one day to typically under one year. They do not read into fundamentals as they are only interested in the price action of stocks as this gives them a clear visual of supply and demand. This course will teach you:
- 14 steps to become a successful trader
- How to treat trading as a business
- Benefits of becoming a trader
- Importance of Strategies and Research
- Emphasis on Money Management and Risk Management
Intro to Technical Analysis
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