“One more mistake and it is the end of everything for you.
It is one of the unwritten protocols in trading securities, whether it is a commodity or a stock. Committing mistakes on the earlier part of your trading career is acceptable since you are just learning the ins and outs of trading in the market. There are trades that you must not deal with, yet you have closed it instead, thus resulting to several losses at the end of the trading period. Learning from your mistakes will help you deal with your succeeding trades the right way.
However, committing the same mistakes all over again is as good as saying that you do not understand what you are doing. Remember that you are dealing with investments here—not just hundreds but even thousands of dollars involve within a single trade. Thus, there is a need for you to avoid the mistakes that you have previously committed in your earlier trades to avoid incurring successive losses that may lead to bankruptcy.
That is why most investors and traders are very particular with the movements of different securities around the market. One of the tools that they use to establish possible movement trends is technical analysis, which illustrates such trends in a graphical way that can be easily understood. Technical analysis involves evaluation not only on the trends but also on the peaks, bottoms, and other factors that may affect the movement of a particular security.
Once you have determined the pattern, you will be able to make decisions—if you will buy or sell that particular security or not. In other words, technical analysis will help you avoid mistakes that may bring you to bankruptcy in later time.
There are various resources wherein you can avail of the technical analysis technology, whether paid or free of charge. However, in Europe, technical analysis is brought to a common website wherein you will see various graphs that shows the varying trends of different securities traded in the market for that particular day.
Take note: FOR THAT PARTICULAR DAY. That is how detailed technical analysis in Europe is.
It does not only involve stocks, but foreign currency and commodities trade as well. It allows you to select and compare stocks from different international exchanges with the inclusion of unique sector selection and other financial data presentation.
It also features technical analysis on different security markets across Europe, primarily in its major cities such as Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, Helsinki, London, Milan, Oslo, Paris, Stockholm, and Zurich. Indices of various traded securities within Europe as well as graphs are included to illustrate what is happening on the market on a particular trading day.
Aside from the online technical analysis, there are also press releases provided to inform the trading public of the whereabouts around the market, such as the top grosser and loser on various trades. Such press releases facilitate consistent information dissemination on the trading public.
Online technical analysis in Europe is just a way to show that investors and traders are important in the development of local economy. So to speak, it is now the welfare of the trading public as a whole.
So if you will go on trade within different exchanges in Europe, don’t forget to go for a technical analysis first to ensure a profitable trading period at the end of the day.”