Image for the post titled as Trading Risks: 7 Tips to Keep You Safe

The stock market can seem like a minefield for uneducated traders who don’t understand the risks of trading. If you are someone who believes that the stock market is risky and/or you worry about losing money, then you are probably like so many others who apply a hit and miss approach to their trading.

The reality is that many take on too much risk when trading the stock ...

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Image for the post titled as Mastering Trading Psychology in the Stock Market

In this weeks Australian Share Market Report, Dale Gillham discusses some interesting research on the behaviour of traders and highlights the steps you need to follow that will enable you to master your psychology when trading the stock market. 

He will also discuss the All Ordinaries Index and where it is heading as well as cover a number of stocks of interest.

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Image for the post titled as Analyzing Stock Market Data

In the days before computers became commonplace, newspapers provided the necessary information for people to stay informed about a company’s share price. And despite the advances in technology, some newspapers still allocate sufficient room on a daily basis to report company data.

But if you are like most people, it’s far easier and more convenient to look at stock ...

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Image for the post titled as Day Trading - What is a Day Trader?

It seems that today, more than ever before, when I talk to people, they tell me that their end goal is to become a “day trader”. When I ask what day trading means to them, I usually get a myriad of responses based on ignorance because, all too often, individuals fall prey to the myth that trading more often means they will make far more money. But in reality, the opposite ...

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Image for the post titled as Initial Public Offering: 2018 Winners and Losers

A question I am repeatedly asked is “should I buy shares when a company floats on the stock exchange?” To be frank, the risks of investing in an IPO (initial public offering) are very high. This is because when you buy into an IPO, you may as well flip a coin as there is a 50/50 chance that your investment will be worth less than what you paid within the first 12 months. ...

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