Should You Wait On Volume Before Buying A Stock? by Larry Potter
... In years gone buy, live people, making big decisions would make a move to buy stocks, and as they were buying other managers would see the action and they'd buy and so on and so on. Often volume and price appreciation "grew" on each other. But today, it's computers. Really bright fellows with slide rules (well, maybe little calculators now) and degrees decide what is the "buy area" and sell area for a basket of stocks, based on all sorts of parameters, some of which you'd never know of.
Fibonacci Retracement Basics For Stock Traders by Dave Wooding
... If you are a stock trader interested in improving your ability to pick possible turning points in the stock market, consider using Fibonacci retracements when identifying trading opportunities. Using Fibonacci in your trading does not need to be complicated. Identifying obvious highs and lows on a stock chart is what you need to focus on. Start by looking at a daily chart of your favorite stock. One of the fastest ways to determine turning points using Fibonacci is to start with the ...
Evaluating Stocks: Fundamentals and Technical Analysis by Ray Johns
... For the Fundamental Analyst, once an undervalued security is found, it's simply a matter of buying the stock and waiting for the market to realize the "more accurate" value of the security (assuming of course he/she is correct in their assumptions). Find a cheap security, buy it and become rich. If only it were that simple. Or perhaps it is? Just ask Mr. Buffett. If the definitive work on Fundamental Analysis is provided by Graham and Dodd, then perhaps the definitive work on Technical ...
The Stock Exchange - A Beginners Guide by Stuart Langridge
... If you are buying shares on the stock exchange, what does the seller know that you don't? What do you know that the seller does not? You can bet your life that the buyer or seller opposite you in any transaction has done some serious research. If you don't do yours, who do you think will win? You or the market? So of all the things that I might have said about investing, I haven't really made it sound 'sexy' yet. Have I? The truth is, investing isn't really very sexy.
How to Add Shares to a Profitable Position by Chris Perruna
... If the stock is breaking out of a specific pattern such as a cup with handle, I will buy half my position at the time of breakout and the other half after the trend is confirmed several days later. If the stock is in a solid up-trend and not in a recognizable pattern, I will typically purchase 2/3rd of the position when I see the opportunity and then follow up with the remaining 1/3rd of the position at the time of the next pullback (only after the stock reaches a minimum gain of 25%).
How to Set (and Get) the Right Prices by Jay Lipe
... And when you try to raise prices again, customers who bought at the lower prices will expect to get more value factors for the additional price. A better strategy is to maintain your current prices while seeking cost reductions to maintain your margins. Another bad pricing decision “If I drop my price to $15, then will you buy?” Here, you signal to a buyer that your list prices are not final. Sensing this, buyers will negotiate harder and the resulting price reductions will cut into your ...