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    How do you consider your type of investing?

    Long Term Investing is holding a stock for more than 1 year.

    Position Trading is holding a stock for a few weeks to a few months.

    • This is an ideal Trading Style for Beginners, and for learning how to trade Options.

    Swing Trading is holding a stock for one “swing” aka “run.”

    • A swing can last anywhere from 2 to 10 days on average.

    Momentum and Velocity Trading is holding a stock only while momentum or velocity energy increases.

    • The hold time can be anywhere from 1 to 5 days.

    Professional Intraday Trading is holding a stock for a few minutes to hours.

    • We feature End of Day to First Of Day training for front running ahead of High Frequency Trading velocity runs. This is how most Professional Day Traders currently trade.

      Position Trading is what i preferred. What are yours?

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    When you buy a stock you literally become part owner of that company. Then you’ve become a “stockholder” or “shareholder,” which are simply other ways of saying “part owner.” If a stock is publicly traded, there will usually be a large number of shareholders at any given time.

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    Trading in the stocks can be profitable or harmfully unprofitable. Many traders can make enough money but it only depends on how they can manage their trade and how they are competent in stocks. You can also do it if you know how. The least demanding approach to exchange stocks will be to pay another person to exchange stocks. There are various surely understood stock dealers or brokers, and you ought not experience difficulty discovering somebody who can put exchanges for you and give you counsel.

    Read more here : http://forexbrokersaz.com/uk/stocks/

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    Most stocks are traded on exchanges, which are places where buyers and sellers meet and decide on a price. Some exchanges are physical locations where transactions are carried out on a trading floor. You've probably seen pictures of a trading floor, in which traders are wildly throwing their arms up, waving, yelling, and signaling to each other. The other type of exchange is virtual, composed of a network of computers where trades are made electronically.

    Stock speculation is a risky and complex occupation because the direction of the markets are generally unpredictable and lack transparency, also financial regulators are sometimes unable to adequately detect, prevent and remediate irregularities committed by malicious listed companies or other financial market participants. In addition, the financial markets are usually subjected to speculation.

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    I also prefer positional trading. I buy cheap stocks and wait for them to grow. Sometimes I sell expensive stocks, near solid levels. Sometimes I join the trend.

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