Trading for Dummies by Michael Griffis

By Michael Griffis

Creation. half I: so that you are looking to Be a dealer: amassing Your instruments. bankruptcy 1: The Ups and Downs of buying and selling shares. bankruptcy 2: Exploring the Markets and the inventory Exchanges. bankruptcy three: Going for Broke(r): getting to know Your Brokerage techniques. bankruptcy four: placing Your laptop to paintings: Your Key enterprise software. half II: examining the basics: primary research. bankruptcy five: basics a hundred and one: gazing industry habit. bankruptcy 6: Digging Into the serious components of basic research. bankruptcy 7: hearing Analyst Calls. half III: analyzing the Charts: Technical research. bankruptcy eight: studying the Tea Leaves: Does Technical research paintings? bankruptcy nine: analyzing Bar Charts is straightforward (Really). bankruptcy 10: Following tendencies for enjoyable and revenue. bankruptcy eleven: Calculating symptoms and Oscillators. half IV: constructing recommendations for while to shop for and promote shares. bankruptcy 12: funds administration concepts: whilst to carry 'em, while to Fold 'em. bankruptcy thirteen: utilizing primary and Technical Analyses for maximum approach. bankruptcy 14: Executing Your Trades. bankruptcy 15: constructing your personal strong buying and selling method. half V: Risk-Taker's Paradise. bankruptcy sixteen: the fundamentals of Swing buying and selling. bankruptcy 17: the fundamentals of Day buying and selling. bankruptcy 18: Doing It via Derivatives. bankruptcy 19: Going overseas (Forex). bankruptcy 20: buying and selling for Others: acquiring buying and selling Licenses and Certifications. half VI: The a part of Tens. bankruptcy 21: Ten (Or extra) large buying and selling blunders. bankruptcy 22: best Ten buying and selling Survival suggestions. Index

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Examples of Level I and Level II quote screens are shown in Chapter 14. Traders can review the quotes and select which market maker or ECN to use for each transaction. Most full-service and discount brokers make that choice for you when you’re working with them. A few discount brokers are providing access to ECNs. When working with direct-access brokers, one key difference is that the software you use may reside on your own computer and not on your broker’s server, which greatly accelerates the speed at which you can trade.

The big difference between stocks and bonds is that bonds are debt obligations and stocks are equity. Stockholders actually own a share of the corporation. Bondholders lend money to the company with no right of ownership. Bonds, however, are considered safer, because if a company files bankruptcy, bondholders are paid before stockholders. Bonds are a safety net and not actually a part of the trading world for individual position traders, day traders, and swing traders. While a greater dollar volume of bonds is traded each day, the primary traders for this venue are large institutional traders.

When using a full-service broker, you pay a significant commission for each stock trade. In the middle are discount brokers that offer fewer services, but charge less per trade. On the opposite side of the equation are direct-access brokers, who offer few human-based services and instead provide extensive trading platforms so you can trade electronically and access the stock exchange systems directly on a real-time basis. Exploring Types of Brokers and Brokerage Services Before you can pick the type of broker that best fulfills your needs, you need to understand the kinds of services that each kind of broker provides.

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