We know that investing and focusing on your knowledge should be your priority too.
New investors your time has come! New investors need two things from their online stock trading platform: an easy learning curve and lots of room to grow.
Marketrip boasts a library of educational videos, articles, webinars and ebooks. So you can select from a broad array of eBooks for novice to experience levels or you can start your way of becoming an independent trader. Stock market rewards knowledge and strategy.
Focus on knowledge and strategy
The stock market doesn’t reward the time that you put in — it rewards knowledge and strategy. Some of my most profitable trades only took a few hours. With trading, it’s all about you. And the more that you do in terms of studying and strategy and preparation, the better off you’ll be.
Treat every trade like a business
Many traders want to dive in without doing research. They simply make a best guess so they can start trading. They just want in on the action.
As a result, they don’t come up with a reliable strategy, so they’re trading like snipers, picking off stocks one by one — and losing. If you look at every trade like a business transaction, the game becomes clearer. To boost your odds of winning, get as much information as possible.
Small gains add up over time
Just think about that for a little bit. A lot of people think that you have to make a million dollars in one trade — that you’re going to find the next Facebook. Trust me, you’re not. If you’re conservative and take your small gains as they come, you can build your wealth strategically and without huge risk.
Risk Disclosure: Trading leveraged products such as CFDs may not be suitable for all investors as they carry a high degree of risk to your investment. Before deciding to trade any such leveraged products you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite, and if necessary seek independent advice to fully understand the risk involved, the leveraged nature of CFD trading means that any market movement will have an equally proportional effect on your deposited funds.