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Yuri fomin sp

Yuri fomin sp

Greenhouse complex for year-round cultivation of strawberries

Юрий Фомин

by &#

Moscow

ROI: 104%

$27.50 per share

Solar storm studio

Solar storm studio

A Digital Design Hub for Cool Graphic Design Content

Vahid Lancaster

by Vahid

Arima

ROI: 106%

$22.99 per share

Made with love by opal bell

Made with love by

half the investments i am donating and half i will use to get items

Opal Bell

by Opal Bell

indianapolis

ROI: 102%

$49.50 per share

Agropreneur gogreen

Agropreneur gogreen

Inspiring The Next Generation of Agriculturists

Chukudi Eze

by Chukudi

Lagos

ROI: 111%

$33.00 per share

online share trading

The worldwide popularity of online share trading is very simple due to a number of undeniable advantages.

Availability. As already mentioned, due to popularization, services of brockers are carried out at very low tariffs, the purchase of shares has now become more accessible to all.
Speed. Thanks to the Internet, you spend much less time collecting and analyzing a number of information, such as market conditions, enterprise indicators, micro and macroeconomic state of the country. And buy a share and make a deal became possible in a few mouse clicks.
Conveniently. The Internet and communication facilities minimize the time, and can significantly reduce the number of paper documents. Almost everything is in electronic form.

Yuri fomin sp

Greenhouse complex for year-round cultivation of strawberries

Юрий Фомин

by Юрий Фомин

Moscow

qgftniu74.ukit.me

$27.50 per share

online share trading’

Everyone knows what the term ’trading’ is. Most of us are in our daily lives, although we may not even know that we have done so. Basically, all you buy from the store is trading for money for the goods you want.
When we talk about trading in markets, we use the same principle. Think of a person trading stocks. What he actually does is buy shares (or a small part of) a company. If the value of those shares increases, it earns money by selling it again at a higher price. This is trading. You buy something at a price and sell it back at another price - hoping to be higher until you make a profit, and vice versa.

The increase in demand means price rises.
We can explain this using a simple daily example of buying food. Suppose you are on the market and there are only ten apples left in the store. This is the only place where you can buy apples from it. If you are the only person and want only a few apples, the store owner will probably sell them to you at a reasonable price.

Now suppose that fifteen people entered the market and they all want apples. To make sure they get apples instead of other customers, they are willing to pay more for them. Thus, the owner can raise the price, because he knows there is more demand for apples than the supply of it.

The increase in supply means a price drop.

Suppose another shopkeeper suddenly entered the market and offered more apples for sale. Here the supply of apples has now increased dramatically. It makes sense that the second store owner may sell apples at a lower price than the owner of the first store to lure customers. It also makes sense to buy customers at prices drop.

When this happens, the owner of the first store will most likely lower its prices. Thus, the sudden increase in apple offer has reduced the price of apples.

The price at which the order meets is called the ’market price’, ie the price level at which the owner and customers agree on the price and number of apples sold.

Application to financial markets

The concept of supply and demand is the same in the financial world.

If a company registers great results and pays very good dividends, there will be more people who want to buy their shares. This increasing demand is leading to an increase in the prices of those shares.

What is online trading?

For a long time, financial trading has been conducted only between banks and financial institutions. This means that trading in financial markets was closed to all those outside these institutions. With the development of the high-speed internet, anyone who wants to participate in trading is able to do it online.

Almost anything can be traded online: stocks, currencies, commodities, physical goods, and a whole bunch of other things - at this point, you do not have to worry about what all these things are. Now, just keep in mind that if something is negotiable, it will be traded. Within all these markets, the Forex market is the largest. About $ 4 trillion of currency is traded every 24 hours - this is bigger than any stock exchange anywhere in the world.

Solar storm studio

A Digital Design Hub for Cool Graphic Design Content

Vahid Lancaster

by Vahid Lancaster

Arima

solarstormstudio.com

$22.99 per share

Made with love by opal bell

half the investments i am donating and half i will use to get items

Opal Bell

by Opal Bell

indianapolis

opalbell.wixsite.com

$49.50 per share

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