Posted on 05 July 2010
The NYSE Dow Jones is currently at 9686 points. The British Stock Market FTSE 100 was recorded flat at 4,836.28 whereas Germany’s DAX was recorded at 5,834.21 and France’s CAC-40 was recorded at 3,340.00. Shanghai index was down by the afternoon at 2363 points whereas Nikkie was at 9266 points.
Posted on 01 July 2010
FTSE has dropped to nearly 10 month low. The FTSE 100 is currently at 4,790 points and is still predicted to fall but analysts believe that the market will soon recover and will reach to 5,480 points. The matter of fact is that BP shares are on the rise which is not possible for investors to digest.
Posted on 01 June 2010
FTSE 100 has a very critical future. The forecast of market data revealed that many shares would fall in the first half of the month of June and this will not be a market correction whereas analysts named it the U.K. stock market trend. Currently at 5140 points, stock market would lose almost 40 points with major shares in doldrums which would annoy stock players. The market would not function like May when in the second half of the month the market growth went high profiting stock players as well as brokers. The trend is set due to euro plunge and a rise in price of gold.
Posted on 25 May 2010
Dow fallen below 10,000 points at -9880. analysts forecast short fall but due to Euro downfall and North-South Korean crises as reported by the news media, the U.S. Stock Market is in doldrums. Euro News, Analysis and Forecast. Nasdaq and S&P are sharing the agony NASDAQ being a technology market should had an upward trend but as the crises are serious, even the technology market is not safe for investments. The gold market has also fallen The Oil prices have also witnessed a change of 3%. attract investors because the economy is stable and outlook is positive.
Posted on 20 May 2010
The European Stock Market. massive volume. new heights. FTSE 100 has impressed investors. market volume climbed to 80% profits. change in stock market growth is due to the Forex market weakening. beneficial for middle and large scale investors.A rapid purchase 90% of profit. The rapid growth in market is artificial and due to its uniqueness, investors should avail the opportunity.
Posted on 15 May 2010
Buying shares these days is easier than ever before. With the help of computers and internet, we can connect and trade in online markets anywhere in the world. brokers and stock markets.
Before buying shares online study the shares market and learn online brokerage terms and conditions. trading companies will charge you around $5 – $8 per transaction. When it comes to buying shares online or trading, Remember, to make your investments secure, you have to scatter your investments in different stocks. invest your money through brokers and control your money leaving minor authority with brokerage firm. Service type Execution-Only is the most cheapest and recommended for expert online traders invest precious time and money in stock market should learn to use Execution-only trading service. It will give you complete command of your stocks. Selling shares when the stock market is booming is the key to success
Posted on 08 May 2010
You should do your homework before buying stocks. Buying stocks is quite easy now days because many brokerage houses operate online which means you can play NSE or FTSE from India. Researching on which sector to invest in or whose stocks to purchase depends on you. Investing in stocks means playing with your hard earnings and therefore needs precise study whether the sector you are investing in will return profit or will it crash. You should do your homework before buying stocks. Buying stocks is quite easy now days because many brokerage houses operate online which means you can play NSE or FTSE from India. Researching on which sector to invest in or whose stocks to purchase depends on you. Investing in stocks means playing with your hard earnings and therefore needs precise study whether the sector you are investing in will return profit or will it crash. It is very much recommended for new investors to get in touch with general stock terms or stock slogans. Always remember the abbreviations of the stocks you buy and of your watch list. It is recommended that you use Limit order type to control the price.
Posted on 04 May 2010
UK Stock Market Forecast May 2010
The main reasons for lower results are due to weakness in banking sector and commodity issues. Investors are advised to stop trading in pharma and automobile sectors which will soon dive. Other sectors such as energy and beverages and consumer goods will move towards recovery at the end of May 2010. “This is not the right time to sell shares” said Jason Lenhoff of HSBC giving a deep insight of what u.k. stock market holds for its investors in long term. There will be no ups and downs in stock dividend due to bad luck of dividend shares. . Some major investors have pulled out their investments which caused panic selling in FTSE. Stock market would not be attractive for new investors this month especially for middle-class traders. A game plan for holding shares in this month would make investments to be secured. for more news, stay tuned to Financiere International
Posted on 01 April 2010
The UK Stock Market will be even in the month of April 2010. Outlook has turned positive following an enhancement in key leading economic indicators and corporate earnings. FTSE 100 will rise to 5630+ this month because most FTSE 100 companies are huge global blue-chips which generate significant revenue outside UK and are not dependent on the UK consumer, nor are they overly exposed to the pound’s value falling. The UK Govt. has walked and crossed a rigid line between fiscal and monetary policies for the economy and handed over to the private sector as growth re-emerged.
The beginning of the month of April is good for investments in UK stock market because of some serious recovery in energy sector and consumer goods sector. Recent job cuts and economic meltdown in the kingdom made recovery of stock market very slow but some serious bailout plans worked for the economy. Some major investors has really shown interests in FTSE 100. In other words, the upcoming investment growth would create attractiveness in the stock market especially for middle-class traders. A game plan for buying shares in this month would make investments to overflow 15% profit.
Posted on 23 March 2010
Investing for Beginners
Shares Market Basics
If you are new to investments then it is worth your time to learn some basics of shares market before you take the risk. Business, in other term is known as risk. Most people are not comfortable with crashing shares market and thus they don’t invest or take the risk for investments thus losing an opportunity for great profits.
It is true that shares market has the most highly profitable returns sometimes profit exceeding 18% in six months. This rate of return is not even possible in banking and other financial institutions whereas property and gold assets are exceptional. \
A share, in simple terminology, is owning one or more share of stocks in a company. A person owning shares is called shareholder. Shareholder has no interference in the company policies whatsoever but only plays a part of investor. The shareholder will be profited if the company excels and vice versa.
Types of Shares
There are two main types of shares namely Common and Preferred. Common shares represent the majority of stocks, ownership in a company and a claim on a portion of profits (dividends). The dividend amount alters and is not definite. In the long run, common shares yields greater amount of returns than most other investments.
On the other hand, preferred shares represent a degree of ownership in a firm or a company but usually doesn’t include voting rights whereas common shares has this advantage that shareholders can vote to elect the board members. With preferred stocks, shareholders are usually guaranteed a fixed dividend amount.
How to Buy Shares
Buying Shares is easier and faster than ever before, but unquestionably no less risky. If you’re a novice investor, you’ll want to organize yourself for the unpredictable markets before investing. For detailed post on how to buy shares please click here
Why Shares Price Change
The price of shares in general is determined by demand and supply. If there are more buyers and fewer sellers, the shares price will rise. It’s only because the shares of that particular stocks are limited and people are willing to pay higher prices for them. Similarly if there are lots of shares of stock for sale and no buyers in market then the price of that particular share will drop. Because of these factors, the shares market fluctuates very often.
Anyone can get familiar with demand and supply concept. What is difficult to figure out is what makes people buy a particular stock and reject another. The price movement of shares indicates what investors feel about a company’s worth. It is not feasible to equate a company’s value from its shares price as it is not always an accurate indicator.
A bull market is when economy is booming and inflation and unemployment rate is low, allowing shares price rise. It is easy to buy shares during bullish market but not recommended because what goes around comes around. Same is the case with shares market, bullish market won’t last long.
A bear market occurs when the economy is under stress or inflation and recession is on the rise. Our financial advisory division recommends investors to purchase stocks at the time of extreme bearish market when the prices are very low, and stick with investments until the prices rise again. This is the best investment technique and the profits gained are tremendous.