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Stock Brokers

Posted on August 10, 2020 by Elroy Bicking
The majority of the buying and selling on the stock exchange is managed by stock brokers on behalf of their customers, who are the investors.Many diverse sorts of brokerage services are available.Full-Service Brokers"Full-service agents" offer an assortment of approaches to help customers meet their investment objectives...

Playing IPOs (Initial Public Offerings)

Posted on July 7, 2020 by Elroy Bicking
When IPOs were a hot item, we were always asked,"How do I get in on one?" To be certain, you need to know about this sort of play since the returns can be enormous.In an IPO, shares which will be publicly traded on open exchanges are made available to the public.Every company has shares, but until the registry and filings are complete they are not publicly tradeable...

The Importance of Gross Profit Margin

Posted on May 7, 2020 by Elroy Bicking
To locate the fair value of a common stock, we will need to ascertain the net profit generated by a firm.Dissecting income statement provides us the actions required to locate net profit.One of the critical part of income statement is gross profit.What's gross profit? Gross profit is the profit obtained after subtracting all variable costs with revenue...

Trading Stocks Without Emotion

Posted on April 17, 2020 by Elroy Bicking
To exchange without emotional involvement.It's a must, and yet it's virtually impossible.Certain things in life only bring out emotion, like making decisions which impact your financial outlook.There are two things which make this uniquely harder for dealers, than for non-traders.One is, we're going to be more involved in our fiscal well-being than non-traders...

When is the Right Time to Bail on a Stock

Posted on February 14, 2020 by Elroy Bicking
Nothing in this crazy game we play bugs me as much as being up 50 cents or a dollar daily, only to need to decide what to do another day since the stock is down to my purchase in price.Can I let it wiggle lower? Should I hold tight to a fanciful stop? Will it shake me out, just to roar higher?Yet it is undeniable...