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The Truth Behind Stock Market Trading

Posted on December 25, 2023 by Todd Marvel
If someone happens to watch a small business show or business news on TV, you'll hear words or phrases like "currency markets," 'trading," "stocks" or "currency markets trading." What exactly are these exact things and what's their significance? To reply to your questions, here's a synopsis on what currency markets trading is.DefinitionIn simple terms, currency markets trading may be the voluntary investing or exchange of company stocks and their derivatives...

Are Stock Markets A Good Way To Invest?

Posted on November 10, 2022 by Todd Marvel
Yes, needless to say, buying shares is an excellent option for those who search for long-term investments.You can find people who spend money on shares for an inferior duration; it could be for 1 week, 1 month or 3 months.For individuals who have no idea much about share markets and which stocks to get and sell, they can spend money on mutual funds.In mutual funds, a mutual fund manager who has excellent understanding of the stock markets will manage your funds and you will get good returns on your initial investment...

Keep an Eye on Fund Redemption Rates

Posted on March 16, 2022 by Todd Marvel
This is another of these activities in the financial industry that scoots beneath the radar screen of all investors but could possibly be hindering returns in your mutual funds.Redemption costs are an offshoot of the market-timing scandal that hit the fund industry in 2003.Market timers-individual traders--use the fund to quickly trade securities based on rapidly changing market conditions, especially discrepancies between your US and international markets...

Small-Cap Stocks: The Beginning of the Journey

Posted on October 25, 2021 by Todd Marvel
Once an individual investor wants to roll up his sleeves and do some research in the pursuit of the upcoming big winner in the stock exchange, the place many start is in the small cap sector.Much like the other capitulation dimensions (capitalization is a stock's market value), nobody can completely agree on a precise definition, but corporations under $2 billion are usually considered small caps...

Mid-Cap Stocks: Asset Class with an Identity Crisis

Posted on July 11, 2021 by Todd Marvel
Much like the middle child, mid-cap stocks have struggled to find their individuality.Carved out from the top echelons of the tiny caps and the lower end of the big caps, the mid-cap industry has a rough definition of stock with a market capitalization of greater than $2 billion, but less than $10 billion.Taking components from the worlds, some analysts assert that mid-cap stocks can provide growth opportunities located in the tiny caps and the relative stability found in the big caps...

The Exclusive Club of Large Caps

Posted on May 16, 2021 by Todd Marvel
Picture one of these clubs where only the real heavyweights need apply.From the library the old aristocrats, General Motors and JP Morgan, are dozing in their leather seats.On the patio, a late luncheon is underway for people who have just improved their standing through union.ExxonMobil and Citigroup are a part of the celebration.At the bar, lots of the"nouveau riche" have assembled - Microsoft appears to be purchasing for Intel and Hewlett Packard...