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Day Trader

Before explaining the concept of ‘Day Trader’, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of the professionals who are dedicated to it, it is necessary to understand what the trading system means. The ‘trading’ refers to the operations that are carried out in the financial capital markets.

The operators of ‘trading’ (known as ‘traders’), usually, usually intervene in financial markets with a very short time horizon. In fact, sometimes the purchase transactions are usually made in the same day, which is why these stockbrokers are known as ‘day-traders’. Thus, ‘day-trading’ refers to those operators who, in the same day, buy and sell various financial securities in the securities markets (whether stocks, bonds, etc.).

Trading Strategies

Trading is a system of buying and selling with a lot of risk, only suitable for the most qualified. It is not properly an investment, but rather speculation. Apparently it is very attractive and gives the option to earn large sums of money in the very short term, but also to lose it. The amount of commissions to be paid, added to the high probability of performing erroneous transactions mean that only 10% of traders earn money and few of them do so during the first months. However, when the rules of the game are well known, the performance of trading operations is usually very high, with benefits of dizzying figures.

It should be noted that to be a successful trader it is not necessary to know the market thoroughly and the rules of the game specific to trading. A curve, a simple drop or momentary rise is more than enough to generate profits, even ignoring the direction in which markets move. For this there are a number of strategies with which the risk of launching this adventure is relatively small. Combining a good trading psychology, an adequate risk management and a good strategy, success is assured.

What is the psychology of trading?

To be successful in financial markets, a stockbroker must possess a wide range of skills: The ability to understand the internal workings of a company, its fundamentals and the ability to determine in which direction trends are moving are just some of the Necessary keys, although none is as important as knowing how to keep emotions at bay and maintain discipline.

The psychological aspect of stock trading is extremely important for a truly simple reason: A broker performs many different operations in a short space of time and this forces him to make quick decisions. For this, it is a priority to have a certain presence of mind. At the same time, by extension, you need discipline so as not to deviate from the previously established plans and know when to post losses and gains. In no way can you allow emotions to get in your way.

To solve the crisis we must first overcome the fear

Fear, lack of confidence, is the element that makes it more difficult to get out of the crisis, economic and in fact can make us stay in crisis for longer than it should.

Much is said about the loss of billions of dollars in the financial system and on the part of hundreds of companies.

While that is true, money has not disappeared , it is somewhere, only it is not in the hands of those who lost it, naturally.

Money if there is. The North American financial system has in its pocket billions of dollars of aid received from the government, just to give an example. What happens is that those who have the money, because of the crisis, are afraid of taking it out, of investing it, of spending it.

Are some IPOs designed to cheat?

That seems to be the conclusion of some investors who chose to sue Facebook and several operating banks that led the company’s IPO in recent days.

It accuses Facebook and the big operators of having hidden information that finally led to the IPO was a big failure that led thousands of investors to lose a lot of money in a short time.

In addition, it is speculated that the exit value of the shares of Facebook (38 dollars) was overvalued, fictitious, which led to that value was quickly placed below 30 dollars infringing huge losses to those who bought large amounts of shares on day when Facebook debuted on Nasdaq.

And is that the only ones who lost money were the unsuspecting investors who believed to make their August, because Facebook won a lot of money at the exit, money that is still in your bank accounts.

Advantages of placing shares on the stock Market

Companies can access the capital market when they are institutionalized and have good corporate governance, whether medium or large. The transcendence of the placement of shares shows the potential of a market for medium-sized companies, for example, to finance their growth.

Some of the advantages of entering the stock market are:

– The company may access financing at lower rates compared to the banking sector.

– It is a way of financing productive projects without increasing indebtedness.

– The image of the company is improved before the investors, because once they issue shares they will have to present periodic information to the market.

– It improves the image before the market because they have to adapt to the principles of good corporate governance (if they were SMEs).

What is a stockbroker and what is its function?

You have probably wondered many times what exactly a stockbroker is, what exactly he is engaged in and what qualities he must fulfill. Well, let’s try to explain how you can recognize a good stock broker. To begin, we will say that a stockbroker is a person who has extensive knowledge in finance and who plays a very important role in the stock market.

Its main mission is to advise other people with less experience than them about any operation to be carried out in the different financial markets. Actually, we can say that the stockbroker. It is a mere intermediary, a person who is between the broker and the investing person who is interested in buying and / or selling. Therefore, the stockbroker is the person who, through his advice on finances, tries to offer the best returns to his clients.