Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Which Investments should I go onto?

I am interested in both long-term investments and short-term trading. First Question: What course should I learn? Im caught between futures, options, foreign exchange, CFDs. I have attended a number of free workshops about all the above instruments, but have yet to settle on one. Second question: Is there a trading system that I can apply for all those instruments? Third question: Does learning about technical analysis allows me to successfully negotiate all those instruments? If so, no need for me to go in the domain of the depth of the strategies involved for each person above technical analysis tools as they have been covered? What fundamental anaylsis for trade? Required? Confused, overwhelmed, frustrated. . . .

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9 Responses to “Which Investments should I go onto?”
  1. jim06744 says:

    start small with regular stocks. need to walk before you run. be careful of all these workshops and stuff, everybody has an angle, if theyt were so smart and successful they wouldn’t need to be doing workshops

  2. Nice Guy says:

    Index funds are good,avoid penny stocks. If you buy stocks buy blue chip stocks..Good luck

  3. sam p says:

    my frnd so many ideas r there …………Simulation games are usually played on the internet, where people can experience the thrill of investing in the stock market without any risks, costs or any fear of losing money when and if they make a poor investment decision.

    Many teachers and professors of banking and finance are now using stock market simulation games to teach their students about the rudiments of investing in stocks. Most stock market simulation games come with a fee to get started, but there are some that are free of any charge. One does not need have prior knowledge about the stock market to join.

    .This is how stock market simulation games usually work:

    First, players must register. After registration, players are given an initial sum of “virtual” money to invest in companies of their choice. Players build a portfolio of stocks by buying and selling shares in companies. Most stock market simulation games use real-time market data.

    The objective of most stock market simulation games is simple

  4. Worry woman says:

    CFP, certified financial planner!

  5. traderglover says:

    Obviously futures can be very risky if you are just starting out. Options on futures can help you minimize that risk. I would do some more research and then paper trade your ideas. Everyone is going to say they have the strategy that works, but I would be careful when people make that statement. Do your research. If you want to get into the markets you mentioned and have the appropriate risk capital, I would look into managed futures. They can give you historical returns and professionals are managing your capital.

  6. bob shark says:

    It sounds like you are new to investments.

    If so, Stay away from …Futures, options, Forex, (i don’t know CFDs)
    Stay away from “OB” stocks, “OTC” Stocks or “PK” (Pink sheet) stocks.

    They are all very risky and shouldn’t be touched unless you really know what you are doing.

    Buy the Book “Investing for Dummies”
    It is a good way to start leaning.

    While you are learning, Buy a No-load “Balanced” mutual fund, which is a basket of Stocks, Bonds, and Money Market instruments, which gives you good diversification and low volitility, and is on the lower risk scale compared to individual stocks. Mutual funds should be bought and Held….Not traded.

  7. cmeduck says:

    I would recommend that you learn as much as you can about options. Both futures and Forex have too much risk. If you learn enough about options you will learn ways to make a lot of money but still lower your risk.

  8. robert r says:

    start small with {tasr} its around 10.00$ use limit orders .this stock has a french connection”the leading presidencial canidate will install these devices in every police vehicle in france.NEVER BUY AFTER HOURS!

  9. add-add says:

    symbol MFW its a short term about 6 months

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