Category: Stock Market Training

Quadruple Witching in the Stock Market

Do you know what quadruple witching in the stock market is? In fact, have you ever heard of it? This blog dives into the spooky phenomenon of quadruple witching. We’ll find out what it means to the market and traders in general. So grab your broom, and let’s get flying.  What Happens on Quad Witching…

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Nasdaq

The Nasdaq is commonly misunderstood as a tech-heavy sort of index. However, it still holds the position of the world’s second-largest index, with more than 3700 public companies listed on its index. All trades are carried out electronically through dealers rather than in a physical location directly between traders. Nasdaq is the first all-electronic exchange,…

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Most Volatile Stocks

What are the most volatile stocks? Volatility is a measure of an asset’s historical price scatter. For day traders, volatility means profit potential. But volatility trading can create losses.  Knowing the right strategy is vital to successful volatility trading.  What Stocks Have the Most Volatility? The most volatile stocks have a large demand and not enough…

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Nasdaq Uplisting Explained

Nasdaq is an exclusive club that has a very high reputation. Its reputation is based on the ease with which companies can trade on it. There are hundreds of thousands of companies listed on the Nasdaq exchange. The variety and niche vary. However, getting on the exchange isn’t easy. The process requires effort. There are…

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Why Do Stonks Only Go Up

What Is A Stonk? And why do stonks only go up? In internet slang, stonks are a deliberate misspelling of stocks. It is often used to refer to such stocks—and finance more generally—humorously or ironically. They only go up because that’s what stonks do. Stocks, however, are a different story. Do Stonks Only Go Up? I’ve got a…

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What Is Low Beta in Stocks

‘Low beta’ is a term used commonly at the stock exchange. If you’re unfamiliar with it, it’s important to know what it means because it is used relative to ‘low beta stocks’ and such stocks usually have higher benefits to offer. ‘Low beta in stocks’ is a term used to define stocks that holds a…

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Sympathy Play

In our search for the right assets to invest in, we can often gain on the presented news and information.  However, by the time we hear the new announcement, it is usually too late to take advantage of the most significant portion of the price swing, as everyone else is hearing news simultaneously, and some…

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Stock BreakOut

A stock breakout is a technical analysis term defining a price movement that passes a resistance or support level.  The movement continues until the next resistance or support level.  A breakout will be accompanied by increased volume, which indicates buying/selling demand is in excess of the supply, and the price follows.  Breakouts are the beginning…

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How Does Stock Leverage Work?

How does stock leverage work? It’s a term used commonly in the finance world and stock markets. It refers to the borrowing of money from the broker to increase your position size and reap other benefits of leveraged investments. Stock leveraging is done to allow investors to make more money through a higher number of…

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