If you’re not using Twitter, StockTwits, LinkedIn and other social media when you invest, you could be making a mistake that could deprive you of potential profits. One big catalyst that came in 2013 was the SEC [Securities and Exchange Commission] began allowing companies to use Facebook and Twitter to communicate information to investors. And they have been using social media as a way of releasing earnings information and significant corporate news.
The stock ($TWTR) tested the declining 100-day moving average yesterday again, before reversing to the downside. This daily moving average line continues to be strong resistance as we have tested it every day since Wednesday but never (more…)
Market Sentiment is defined as the attitude of investors towards a particular stock or the overall market through the prior price movements or associated activities in the market. It is a result of various factors which include prior fluctuation in values, national and global events, economic reports, seasonal factors and similar others. Investor keep a keen eye on market sentiment via various technical and analytical methods such as comparison between
Getting into a trade is perhaps the toughest part about investing because of the level of research it takes. You get tips and suggestions from so many people, coming from so many directions that it's difficult not to get utterly confused. And if you are an amateur at finance, there are dozens of "technical-sounding" terms about stocks that are not easy to wrap your head around. There's TV news coming
There is no shortage of analysis for anyone interested in investing. A search for the term “stock market analysis” turned up 122 million hits on Google and well over 15 million hits each on Bing, and Yahoo. The majority of stock market analysis can be lumped into three broad groups: fundamental, technical, and sentimental. Here’s a close look at each. Fundamental Analysis The goal of fundamental analysis is to determine
In the last of couple of years you might have noticed multiple instances of people (mostly, media) talking about traders and trading houses making winning stock market bets based on what they read on Twitter or some discussion forum. While cases like these are few and far between, it is certainly a reality that you "cannot follow the stock market enough"! Traditionally, investors have depended on analyst opinion, who, in-turn, often
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