Your Questions About Stock Market Analysis Techniques

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Steven asks…

Where can I get info about the stock market?

I’m interested in taking some online classes in the stock market. Does anyone know of any reputable schools that offer stock market classes? I want to learn some advanced trading techniques and stock analysis.

Perhaps there are books, DVDs, or other resources I can get my hands on to learn about the stock market. Does anyone have some suggestions?

financi4 answers:

Start your education by learning why you should invest and the importance of being able to make your own decisions or how the pro’s make theirs.
Here is some reading material that can get you started in the right direction,
Beating the Street by Peter Lynch
Bulls Make Money, Bears Make Money, Pigs Get Slaughtered, by Gallea
From Riches to Rags, by I.C. Freeley
Millionaire Traders, Lein & Schlosberg
How to Make Money in Stocks” by William O’Neil
24 Essential Lessons for Investment Success by William O’Neil
The Intelligent Investor, by Benjamin Graham
Common Stocks, Uncommon Profits, by Philip A. Fisher
One Up on Wall Street by Peter Lynch
Stocks for the Long Run, by Jeremy Siegel
The Interpretation of Financial Statements by Benjamin Graham
The Lazy Person’s Guide to Investing by Paul B. Farrell
The Warren Buffett Way by Robert Hagstrom
Trading for a Living, by Alexander Elder
Uncover the Secret Hiding Places of Stock Market Profits by Joel Greenblatt.
What Works on Wall Street by James O’Shaunessey
You Can Be a Stock Market Genius by Joel Greenblatt
Your Money and Your Brain by Jason Zweig

Get into the habit of making daily visits to some websites like MSN Money and Yahoo Finance. (http://moneycentral.msn.com/home.asp , http://finance.yahoo.com/

Other website that can provide instructions and help with procedures and terminology are Investopedia – http://www.investopedia.com/ http://www.investorshub.com/
Visit some of the more professional websites like Zacks Research – http://www.zacks.com/ Smart Money – http://www.smartmoney.com/ Schaeffer’s http://www.schaeffersresearch.com/ Some of these web sites will have advertisers who are worth looking into also. And remember, if they offer free information, get it. Or you can meet others who are trading at http://www.moneyshow.com/main.asp

Attend all the free seminars you can, just be careful and don’t get pressured into anything you really don’t want or need. Most schools offer courses in finance and economics, but very few will have courses on the mechanics of the investment markets, if they do try taking the course. You may want to consider on-line courses, the New York Institute of Finance use to have such courses. Try to get some fee information from the stocks exchanges they all have (had) free booklets, SIAC and some of the regulators (FINRA SEC MSRB CBOE) may provide some free literature.

And when you think you want to invest/trade, try some paper trading to test your skills without spending you money http://simulatorinvestopedia.com/ and/or http://www.tradingsimulation.com/

You at least have made the right decision to start investing, this is the first big step and it won’t be your last. Keep taking those steps forward and along the way never take the advice from people that are not in the market or try to tell you not to invest.

Good luck on your journey, study hard and you’ll invest well.

Ken asks…

my MBA project on Identification of companies through technical analysis in stock market. how can i frame proj

which data, method and techniques i have to use? in this project i have to shown my own research work. how i can frame my project and how to research and finding something in that? i am not familiar with technical analysis on stock market. tell me the list of data(which include in proj), methods and last how can i frame my research wrok.

financi4 answers:

To my knowledge, every MBA student will have a guide, either internal from your institution or an external one who may be a faculty in some other MBA institution but an expert in the field of your Project. I am giving this advise to you because I worked in one of the reputed MBA Colleges as a Placement Adviser and am conversant with the procedure to be followed for Project selected by the student. I feel there is no other way if you want your Project Report to be sound and informative and also impresses the panel of people who judge the merits of your Project Work. It is with much thought whether to write to you or not I am writing to you this: If you write the Project Work in the language you have asked the question, I am very confident you will not get through. Please, please improve your language before you venture into your Project Work.

Daniel asks…

which is the best method in stock market to earn profit .?

Which is /are the best method or techniques or analysis to earn fix money /profit per month in the indian stock market. or in derevatives.

financi4 answers:

To earn profit month after month sell covered calls. You own the stock (research it first) and then sell a call option on it. It’s not unheard of to get 10-20% per month. Read books by Wade Cook for more detail.

James asks…

Share market Training Wrokshop in Bangalore?

Stock Market Training Workshop – Technical Analysis & Fundamental Analysis Training Program & Coaching.
http://www.tringfinance.com

Learn the Art of Making Profits in Both “Rising as well as Falling Market”.

Our Training course are designed so that anyone can understand the Technical Analysis from Basics & he can improve his trading by predicting the prices, pick up High potential stocks on his own, Learn to analyze the Charts & use other techniques to invest in Stock Market & have profitable trading.

Contents of Trading Course:

1. Introduction to Stock Market & Technical Analysis
2. The Core of Chart Analysis& Different types of Charts
3. Candle Stick Analysis for analyzing successful trade easily
4. Study of Moving Averages& different types of Moving Averages
5. Trend Lines, how to draw them, validity& trend channels
6. Study of Chart Patterns, continuation & reversal pattern
7. Gap Analysis & their Types
8. Technical Indicators& study of different types of Indicators
9. Pivot Point Analysis& Fibonacci Ratios
10. Technical Theories – different types like Dow Theory etc…
11. Day Trading & Swing Trading
12. Trading Systems
13. Money Management
14. Important Rules of Trading in Stock Market

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John asks…

i want to do my own research in stock market and through which perameter i will be able to predic future price

i m MBA student. please suggest others topics related to stock market. i want to do something in research field of stock market. i got lots of data about fundamental and technical analysis but i m not able select the research area in this field. plz kindly suggest the different topic or reserch techniques which are useful for stock market.

financi4 answers:

YOU CANNOT PREDICT. YOU CAN ONLY ESTIMATE.KEEP YOURSELF ABREAST OF THE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICAL ENVIRONMENT. THE INDIAN STOCK MARKETS ARE VERY FRAGILE AND TOTALLY DEPENDENT ON THE ASIAN ECONOMY. CHINA SNEEZES , INDIA DEVELOPS FEVER. YOU CANNOT PREDICT. KEEP IN CONSTANT TOUCH WITH THE ENVIRONMENT. READ ,READ AND READ. HAPPY ‘FUTURE AND OPTIONS’ .

Chris asks…

Fundamental analysis shows that Green Leaf Tea Company is fairly valued. Then Green Leaf Tea Company…?

Fundamental analysis shows that Green Leaf Tea Company is fairly valued. Then Green Leaf Tea Company unexpectedly improves its production techniques and unexpectedly hires a new CEO away from another very successful tea producer. Suppose this has no effect on the price of the stock of Green Leaf Tea Company.
Answer

A. Fundamental analysis would now show the corporation is overvalued. The fact that the price was unchanged is consistent with the efficient markets hypothesis.
B. Fundamental analysis would now show the corporation is overvalued. The fact that the price was unchanged is not consistent with the efficient markets hypothesis.
C. Fundamental analysis would now show the corporation is undervalued. The fact that the price was unchanged is consistent with the efficient markets hypothesis.
D. Fundamental analysis would now show the corporation is undervalued. The fact that the price was unchanged is not consistent with the efficient markets hypothesis.

financi4 answers:

The correct answer is:
D. Fundamental analysis would now show the corporation is undervalued. The fact that the price was unchanged is not consistent with the efficient markets hypothesis.

(Note: The sudden improvement in technology and induction of a beterr, successful CEO would suggest that the company’s future profits or earnings would increase. Increased profit is a fundamental factor that should increase the fair value of the firm’s share. But market price failed to show up this improvement in fundamental factor. So, after this sudden happening, the share of the company remains undervalues (ie. Valued less than the fair value which has increased)

Richard asks…

Doe’s this seem like a good investing/trading strategy? If not, what is?

I am 19, still young, very ambitious with my money goals, and a very aggressive style investor/trader, i.e. willing to take enormous risks, but with good odds in my favour. Anyway does the following seem like a good investing/trading strategy:

1. I’ve learned the mechanics of buy-and-hold already, so that’s fine… I understand fundamental and the basics of technical analysis.

2. I’ve been reading Swing Trading For Dummies, and have been practicing swing trading strategies, live, in the underlying stock market, and will continue this way for at least 3 to 4, maybe 5 years until age 24.

3. Once I have made sure I know how to swing trade properly in the underlying share market with the 3, 4 or 5 years experience I mention by age 24, I will then move onto more advanced trading techniques such as using CFD’s to leverage my capital, and with swing trading – again as I did the underlying shares, swing trade with CFD’s on individual stocks for higher returns.

Does this sound like a good investing/trading strategy to you for a UK based investor in your opinion?

Sorry my question is so long but I need someone’s opinion ;D

financi4 answers:

Sounds Good, I’m no expert…..Start with “Paper Trades”..seriously..Don’t label yourself, use whatever works, when it works, if you get married to a ..routine/strategy… It will eventually come back to bite you…You can do it all..swing trade, momentum trade, even Investments that you keep a year or more, it’s all reliant on the trend of the Index and sector related to the market and your type of stocks..The markets trend dictate your moves, if nothing else interferes.

Donald asks…

Macroeconomics help urgent !!?

1.Which of the following is correct concerning a risk-averse person?

A.She would not play games where the probability of winning and losing a dollar are the same.

B.She might not buy health insurance if she thinks her risks are low.

C.Her marginal utility of wealth decreases as her income increases.

D.All of the above are correct.

2.Suppose that interest rates unexpectedly rise and that Carter Corporation announces that revenues from last quarter were down but not as much as the public had anticipated they would be down. According to the efficient markets hypothesis which of the these things make the price of Carter Corporation Stock fall?

A.both the interest rate rising and the revenue announcement

B.neither the interest rate rising nor the revenue announcement

C.only the interest rate rising

D.only the revenue announcement

3.
Which of the following is correct?

A.There is consensus among economists that unions are good for the economy.

B.There is consensus among economists that unions are bad for the economy.

C.There is consensus among economists that, on net, unions have almost no impact on macroeconomic variables.

D.There is no consensus among economists about whether unions are good or bad for the economy

4..The BLS reported in 2005 that there were 59.98 million people over age 25 whose highest level of education was a high school degree or equivalent. From this group 36.40 million were employed and 1.93 million were unemployed. About what were the labor-force participation rate and the unemployment rate for this group?

A.60.7%, 5.0%
B.63.9%, 5.0%
C.60.7%, 3.2%
D.63.9%, 3.2%

5.Fundamental analysis shows that Green Leaf Tea Company is fairly valued. Then Green Leaf Tea Company unexpectedly improves its production techniques and unexpectedly hires a new CEO away from another very successful tea producer. Suppose this has no effect on the price of the stock of Green Leaf Tea Company.

A.Fundamental analysis would now show the corporation is overvalued. The fact that the price was unchanged is consistent with the efficient markets hypothesis.

B.Fundamental analysis would now show the corporation is overvalued. The fact that the price was unchanged is not consistent with the efficient markets hypothesis.

C.Fundamental analysis would now show the corporation is undervalued. The fact that the price was unchanged is consistent with the efficient markets hypothesis.

D.Fundamental analysis would now show the corporation is undervalued. The fact that the price was unchanged is not consistent with the efficient markets hypothesis.

6.Labor Stats
The Labor Market
This table shows the 2003 data for males and females ages 16 and over in the imaginary country of Meditor.

1. Not in labor force
a. male: 45 million
b. female: 35 million
2. Unemployed
a. male: 5 million
b. female: 5 million
3. Employed
a. male: 85 million
b. female: 65 million

Refer to Labor Stats. What is the adult male unemployment rate in Meditor?

A.3.70%
B.4.00%
C.5.56%
D.5.88%

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Robert asks…

Can someone here please critique my resume… be honest, not mean?

okay…….. I’m not getting any responses from my resume…….
what do I need to change or reword…..
it is only 2 pages when printed….

OBJECTIVE:
Seek a challenging Administrative Support / Office position where I can implement my current skills and knowledge while contributing to the success of the company.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Knowledgeable in several different areas of an office setting and general administrative duties including:
* Excellent customer service skills.
* Efficient and reliable communication with staff, supervisors and clients.
* Ability to work with minimal supervision or in a team environment.
* Processing of client information, including insurance and billing inquires.
* Scheduling of appointments.
* Filing and maintaining office and client records.
* Ordering supplies for office and clients.
* Resolving inter office disputes.
* Answer client calls and dispatched couriers according to priority of call and courier location.
* Performed follow-up on dispatches with clients.
* Excellent time management and organizational skills and the ability to multi-task.
* In-depth ability to think and act quickly, calmly in a stressful or emergency situation.
* Demonstrates particular attention to detail, procedures and confidentiality.
* Ability to train new employees in office procedures.
* Immense ability to learn job-related material.
* General understanding of computer technology.
* General office knowledge including but not limited to: keyboarding, 10-key, data entry, filing, customer relations, multi-line phone skills, faxing, copying, ordering supplies and the ability to operate and troubleshoot most types of office equipment.

EMPLOYMENT:
REAL ESTATE AGENT / REALTOR
August 2004
* Successfully works with home buyers and sellers to profitably list and sell homes ensuring positive experience for everyone involved. Additional areas of expertise include:
Contract Negotiations, Pricing & Proposals, Business Development, Market & Competitive Analysis, Consultative/Solution Selling, Customer Acquisition Strategies.

HSRH HOSPITAL – Relief CPhT
May 2000 / August 2004
* Computer data entry of patient admissions, physician orders, charges, credits, medication administration records, and ordering of drugs and supplies.
* Fill, label and prepare medication for dispensing to nursing carts.
* Pre-packing of bulk medications, maintain controlled narcotics and audit narcotics and medication stock.
* Receiving medication, stocking shelves and checking and pulling outdates.
* Knowledge of aseptic technique and IV preparation.
* Fill nursing carts and inspection of crash carts.
* Perform and maintain inventory control and workload records.
* Maintain patient medical records.

RTYH COLLEGE – Instructor
January 1998 / August 2004
* Instructor for Phlebotomy Certification, Basic Phlebotomy, and Phlebotomy for Nurses and Healthcare Professionals.
* Develop curriculum, syllabi, course outline, lesson plans, and course material for phlebotomy courses.
* Coordinated and conducted phlebotomy lectures.
* Developed and administered phlebotomy exams.
* Instructor for Driver Safety / Defensive Driving Course through the T.E.A.

QDL – PSC Relief Group Lead Phlebotomist / Office Supervisor
February 1996 – February 2002
* Managed day-to-day supervision of lab operation and personnel.
* Proper collection of blood and urine samples for testing.
* Responsible for scheduling, evaluations and training of staff.
* Resolve technical and personnel problems.
* Received calls from clients, dispatched couriers according to location & priority of call.
* Follow-up with clients and couriers on all calls and dispatches.
* Recognized operational problems / errors and initiates corrective action.
* Computer data entry of patient information, orders and testing results.
* Performed inventory and ordering of supplies for office and clients.
* Handled general office duties including answering multi-line phones, billing inquiries, customer service, filing, faxing, and general office duties.
* Scheduling patients for testing procedures.
* Processed and filed paperwork of patient’s insurance / Medicare / Medicaid.
* Maintained a safe and clean environment.

EDUCATION:
BTHG COLLEGE
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT:
Real Estate Curriculum

MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:
Medical Curriculum

financi4 answers:

Things that jump out to me:

Under your qualifications, your tense changes a few times, I see filing, answer and dispatched – it would read better if it were consistent (and to be honest seems to contradict the point about attention to detail).

Also, under qualifications I think there are a few points that are repeated in your last point. I would take out the repetitive items:

General office knowledge including but not limited to: keyboarding, 10-key, data entry, multi-line phone skills, and the ability to operate and troubleshoot most types of office equipment including fax and photocopier.

Also – did your job at the realtors end in August 2004, or is that where you are currently employed? If the latter is the case, I would put August 2004 – present.

In terms of your listing of dates for previous employment, I am confused by the following: January 1998 / August 2004
Does this mean that you worked there for the month of Jan 98 and Aug 04 but not in between?

You list one job as having worked there from February 1996 – February 2002, so again I think consistency is needed if the above job was from Jan 98 to Aug 04. And personally I think the dash looks far better than the slash to separate your start and end dates.

Good luck in your job search!

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