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[HELP] Getting started in the Stock Exchange

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[HELP] Getting started in the Stock Exchange

Post by thepine1 on Sat Feb 12, 2011 11:44 pm

Hi All

I'm looking for some advice and direction onto starting in investing into the stock-market long term & short-term day-trading looking to lose and win some earnings but mainly win 4 digit earnings in the start. I plan on investing an amount on company's which are newly listed which are cheap to buy I want to understand how to approach the whole situation. How to conduct research on the company ways to approach it.

What books & audio clips are great out there for teaching beginners in the Stock-Market. I'am quiet inteligent and looking to expand my knowledge into the stock exchange but looking for some light and guidance. I had a search throughout the site but I'm looking also for individual experiences who is the best to learn some stock-exchange advice from ?

Thanks in Advance.
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Re: [HELP] Getting started in the Stock Exchanage

Post by stef_a on Mon Feb 21, 2011 4:59 pm

Hi,

I recommand against just buying newly listed stocks, that's pure speculative gambling. To have consistent profits you need a pattern/system to repeat on. I personally use technical analysis (looking at charts).

Long term investing and daytrading are very different. DIfferent system/method fit different personalities.

I suggest you read "Trade your way to financial freedom" by Van K Tharp. It's applicable no matter what your trading style is. If you wish to use technical analysis (which I recommand, but you have to find out for yourself), I suggest the book "Secrets to profiting in Bull and Bear market" by Stan Weinstein.

Goodluck !
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Re: [HELP] Getting started in the Stock Exchanage

Post by thepine1 on Sun Mar 27, 2011 7:31 am

Are they great beginner books in getting started ?
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