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Stock Trading: Investing In Stock Market Technical Analysis

Stock Trading & Investing In Stock Market: Technical Analysis, Financial Ratios, Risk Management, Mutual Funds & Index
Instructor:
Jean-Gabriel Paquette
3,173 students enrolled
English
Stock Market Investing Strategies
Golden Rules of Investing
Growth Stocks, Income Stocks, Value Stocks
Risk Management
Technical Analysis
Qualitative & Quantitative Analysis
Technical Patterns
Active vs. Index Stock Mutual Funds

The more money is invested, the more time it has to grow. And one of the ways to give money a chance to grow over the long term is by investing in some form of stocks, mutual funds or indexes, but since you’re afraid of losing your hard-earned money or don’t know how the stock market runs, your money remains stagnant.

What if you could change that?

My complete Stock trading & technical analysis course will show you the exact techniques and strategies you need to invest in the stock market, have profitable trade and double your wealth constantly over the years.

For less than a movie ticket, you will get over 4 hours of video lectures and the freedom to ask me any questions regarding the course as you go through it. 🙂

What Is In This Course?

Your Stock Trading Will Never Be The Same.

Except if you’re already an excellent stock trader, is doubling your money easily and has a flawless risk management strategy, you are going to lose money to the stock market because you don’t know how experts profit from stock trading.

As what Benjamin Franklin says “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”

This is offered with a 30 days money back guarantee. You can try it with no financial risk.

In My Stock Trading Training, You’ll Learn:

  • Stock Market Investing Strategies
  • Golden Rules of Investing
  • Growth Stocks, Income Stocks, Value Stocks
  • Risk Management
  • Technical Analysis
  • Qualitative & Quantitative Analysis
  • Technical Patterns
  • Active vs. Index Stock Mutual Funds

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Is This For You?

  • Do you want to double your wealth?
  • Are you afraid of losing money in the stock market?
  • Do you think you will feel proud being a great stock trader?

Then this course will definitely help you.

This course is essential to all stock traders, investors, entrepreneurs, fund managers and anyone looking to become a great stock trade with profitable trades.

I will show you precisely what to do to solve these situations with simple and easy techniques that anyone can apply.

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Why To Have Strong Stock Trading Skills?

Let Me Show You Why To Have Strong Stock Trading Skills:

1. You will invest the smart way.

1. You will find valuable stocks.

3. You will manage your risk.

4. You will profit from the stock market. 

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Stock Market Investing

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Introduction
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Stock Market Investing Strategies

In the last session, I have started talking about stock. Today will share you some of my knowledge about stock trading and investing. First, starting with investing strategy. There are different kinds of investment strategies that cater to different sorts of personalities. Each strategy is remarkable in itself which exhibits certain level of hazard that is worthy to the investor. 

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Golden Rules Of Investing

Some golden rules you must know while investing in stock market. These are,

Creation of a realistic strategy to choose stocks. To get the productive return that you want from your investment, you have to properly break down the stock, indices, the market and alternate options accessible before choosing the stock, which you think will really enable you to satisfy your target. 

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Things You Need In Investing

Investing in stocks can bring great rewards but it accompanies its offer of risks and uncertainty. A first time investor and a veteran alike can here and there get upset by market volatility. In any case, we can figure out how to deal with our investments better from legend investors like Peter Lynch who was not influenced by market fluctuations. 

Stock Trading

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Stock Categories (Growth Stocks, Income Stocks, Value Stocks)

Stocks are among the most common forms of investment, and most people understand the basics of owning stock, but there are different categories of stock, and every ha its own favorable circumstances and weaknesses. These differences can improve a few stocks investments than others, depending on the situation and, at times, the economy. A few stocks can fit into various categories, and a considerable lot of the categories have overlapping features. 

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How To Make Money Investing In Stocks

The bait to acquire great money dependably gets the investors into the lap of stock market trading. Though there are various individuals who have become showbiz royalty in stock trading, trading in values isn’t at all easy. One need discipline and patience and it additionally requires investigate with an exhaustive understanding of the markets. 

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The Difference Between Trading And Gambling

Is the stock market gambling? That is a question that gets asked from time to time and when you purchase a stock and it immediately goes down it beyond any doubt appears like gambling. When you purchase stocks, you can lose all your money. In this way, what at that point, is the difference between gambling and the stock market? Are the two truly that vastly different? 

Stock-Trading Risk

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Risks In Investing

Investing in stocks is a risky business. There are a few risks you have some control over and others that you can only make preparations for.

Thoughtful investment selections that meet your objectives and risk profile keep individual stock and bond risks at an adequate level. 

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Risk Analysis

Each stock in the market accompanies some level of risk. As Carl Richards wrote in the New York Times, “Living, not to mention investing, isn’t a without risk proposition. Essentially existing means dealing with risk. Risk is what’s left over after we’ve thought of everything else.”

But it’s actual that a few stocks are riskier than others — a transient shell company that exchanges as a penny stock is going to convey more risk of loss than a 100-year-old blue chip. So how would you tell how risky a stock is? 

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Risk Management

Analyzing stock market risk and establishing an investment risk management plan is a basic piece of investing. We are going to examine what makes investors take part in conduct that imperils their portfolios value and offer risk management solutions.

Why Stock Market Risk Management is needed? Because Systematic risk is the risk related to the stock market overall. Factors affecting the entire market may include economic growth, recessions, inflation, interest rates, cash fluctuations, and so on. These factors are flighty yet create volatility and risk in the stock market. 

Stock Market Analysis

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Technical Analysis (Indicator Based Signals, Life Cycle Of A Trend, Etc.)

What is Technical Analysis? Technical Analysis is the forecasting of future financial price developments based on an examination of past price developments. Like weather forecasting, technical analysis does not bring about total predictions about what’s to come. Instead, technical analysis can enable investors to anticipate what is “likely” to happen to prices over time. Technical analysis utilizes a wide assortment of graphs that show price over time. 

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Qualitative & Quantitative Analysis

There has dependably been an ongoing debate about the advantages and disadvantages of quantitative and qualitative strategies for picking stocks. Which way works better? It is safe to say that one is superior to the next? Should an investor utilize both “quant” and “qual” factors when making investment decisions? I don’t know… but rather I’ll give you my opinion. 

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Technical Patterns

A flag is created when there is a significant development in the stock, trailed by a period of consolidation – this creates the flag shape because of the converging lines. A breakout development at that point happens in an indistinguishable direction from the huge stock move. These are like banner patterns and tend to last between one and three weeks. There will be significant volume at the initial stock development, trailed by weaker volume in the flag section, and growth in volume at the breakout. 

Profitability Ratios

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ROA, ROE

Of all the fundamental ratios that investors take a gander at, one of the most imperative is return on equity. It's a basic trial of how successfully a company's management utilizes investors' money - ROE indicates whether management is growing the company's price at an adequate rate.

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Debt To Equity

Debt/Equity Ratio is a debt ratio used to measure a company’s financial use, calculated by dividing a company’s total liabilities by its stockholders’ price. The D/E ratio indicates how much debt and company is using to finance its assets relative to the measure of price spoke to in investors’ price. 

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Financial Ratios

Financial ratio analysis is performed by comparing two things in the financial statements. The resulting ratio can be interpreted in a way that isn’t conceivable when interpreting the things separately.

Financial ratios can be classified into ratios that measure: profitability, liquidity, management proficiency, use, and valuation and growth. 

Fund Management Issue

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The Basics Of Mutual Funds

Mutual funds are perhaps the easiest and least upsetting approach to invest in the market. Truth be told, all the more new money has been introduced into funds during the past couple of years than at whenever in history. Before you bounce into the pool and begin throwing your money at mutual funds, you should know precisely what they are and how they function. As a component of our Complete Beginner’s Guide to Investing in Mutual Funds uncommon, this article can give you the foundation you have to begin understanding mutual fund investing. 

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All About How Mutual Funds Work

A mutual fund is a collection of investments, for example, stocks, bonds and different funds claimed by a group of investors and oversaw by a professional money chief. The investment target of the mutual fund determines what sorts of securities it purchases. A mutual fund can concentrate on specific sorts of investments. For instance, a fund may invest mainly in government bonds, stocks from expansive companies, or stocks from certain nations. Or, on the other hand, it might invest in an assortment of investments. 

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Active Vs. Index Stock Mutual Funds

If you invest in mutual funds, you may definitely know how shifted the decisions are. You can invest in a fund gave to stocks or a fund committed to bonds, in a fund that spotlights on huge tops or one that spotlights on little tops, in a fund that concentrates on U.S. prices or stocks from overseas companies. Another consideration while choosing a fund is whether to utilize an active investment strategy or one that imitates an index. 

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