How To Buy Shares

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  1. Okezi Oletu

    Okezi Oletu New Member

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    Trading in shares is a good way to make a return on your money ; with all of the different products, brokers and trading terms used by investors, finding out how to buy shares can be a bewildering process . Buy shares ...what should you know? Stocks and shares considered as terms for the units of ownership in a company ; as a company’s market value goes up and down, so does the price of its shares ; investors buy and sell those shares in order to making an amount of profit, which is known as ’share dealing’. What is a stock market? The stock market is a term for the global network of stock exchanges . Stock exchanges have regulations for both the companies that list on them and the dealer who is allowed to trade directly with them. Stockbroker : At the point when an individual financial specialist needs to purchase or offer a few shares, they will regularly put in a request with their intermediary containing directions on the amount to exchange and what cost to pay. The representative will then transfer those directions to a merchant on the applicable trade, who will convey them out.
     
  2. gowiththeflow

    gowiththeflow Senior Investor

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    Hi @Okezi Oletu

    How do you choose which shares to buy? Charts, fundamentals or a mix of the two?
     
  3. J_C_Anderson

    J_C_Anderson Active Member

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    As to my mind, both are important. It all depends on timeframe - the longe period you are going to hold shares, the more attention you should pay to fundamental issues.
    For sure, it is not necessary for daytraders to have deep knowledge of accounting, but the price movement is caused by some fundamental changes. That is why it is important to understand the nature of each price movement.
    If we talk about mid- and long-term investing, both types of analysis are important equally.
     

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