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What Causes a Stock’s Price to Change? - Like any other market, stock prices respond to market forces of demand and supply. The stock prices respond to day to day changes in demand and supply from buyers and sellers. For instance, if there are more people who want to buy stock compared to those who want to sell, the price will move up. When the market gets flooded ... Continue Reading
The Difference between Mutual Fund and Exchange Traded Fund -                       Choosing between Exchange Traded Fund and Mutual Fund is difficult. The reason is that very few people actually know the difference between the two funds. These differences will affect the amount of money you invest. It will also influence your investment decision. This article we delve into the difference ... Continue Reading
Stock Market Technical Analysis – Momentum indicators, Volume indicators, Trend Indicator & Volatility indicators - Technical analysis is like playing chess. You see the end of the game once you make the right investment decision. A winning portfolio is essential for you to make profits. Thus, conducting a technical analysis will give you an upper hand in determining whether a stock is worth selling, holding or buying. Technical analysis provides a graphical analysis of the ... Continue Reading
Stock Market Basics – Types of Stock Trades - The stock market brings together investors who buy and sell shares of the traded company. The stock market is not comparable to gambling as some people may suggest. The stock market is unlike gambling where you lose all the money put on the table. In the stock market, you can only gain and lose part of your invested money. To ... Continue Reading
What Are Stock Exchanges? - What Are Stock Exchanges? Stock exchanges are simply organizations that allow people the ability to buy and sell stocks, and a stock is simply a representation of fractional ownership in a company. Think of a stock exchange as a cross between a neighborhood flea market and an auction. The stock exchanges, through the use of computers, allow for simultaneous auctions ... Continue Reading
What is a Certificate of Deposit? - With a Certificate of Deposit (CD), you agree to deposit a specific amount of money for a fixed period of time (this is called the maturity). In return, your financial institution agrees to pay you interest. Usually, they offer higher interest than regular savings accounts. CDs limit opportunities to access these funds. Only use CDs for cash you don’t anticipate ... Continue Reading