The Stock Market is Not an Easy Game

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The Stock Market is Not an Easy Game By Joel Weihe

Trading equities in the stock market can be a risky and /or profitable endeavor. In this recent contraction in the economy it is also a very tempting idea. The lures of riches and the “prestige” of being a stock market operator are sometimes irresistible. If only it were just a matter of signing on with a broker and getting started buying and selling. Fact is, if it were that easy everyone would be doing it. When a person first gets started it's very possible he will have a few lucky trades and make some money. This only goes to fuel the fire, so to speak, and has the potential for disaster. False confidence early on can lead to bad habits, uneducated “guesses” and ultimately the poor house. As losses increase due to trying to make money back a snowball effect begins to happen. Desperation sets in, the mind becomes clouded and confused as blind buying and selling activity increases. Stocks are being chased and always seem to be just behind the curve. You lose more and more until there is no more to lose. When you finally stop to take assessment, it's to late. Everything is lost. That, of course is a pretty bad picture, but happens a lot. The stock market is not a place to get rich quick or to run to when in between jobs. It takes years of education, trial and error and advise from those that have been there. Countless books have written by professional market operators and not so professional too. Choose wisely whom will teach and direct you. Be wary of those making more money selling books and advise than those actually making it the markets. Many people know what to do and will sell that knowledge without ever having successfully implementing it themselves. It's easy study and find out what to do, the challenge is doing it and doing at the right time with the right amounts. Eventually one will have to find or decide on a mentor. A mentor is the one that will show the way. Your mentor will teach you and guide you through the ins and outs of the markets. This is probably the most important decision that will be made in your career. The person or organization that trains you will show the way as they know it but following but your ultimate success is determined by you. What rules you choose to make and follow, the style of trading you want follow and how closely you follow those rules. It will cost some money and there will be more than one that are tried before the right fit is found. Beware any that promise easy riches or consistent outrageous returns. There is nothing easy about
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making money in the stock market. Ensure that you have research any potential ideas thoroughly through forums, websites, search engines and blogs. There are a lot of really good people out there, and a lot that want to take your money with no perceived value. It's not to say that trading stocks, forex or futures is not a lucrative business, it certainly can be, but in the end it's all up to you. It takes hard work, lots of hours and the proper training. Profiting consistently takes time and practice. You can do it if you do it right. Joel Weihe. Trading stocks, forex and futures. Selling real estate in the great state of Kansas. http://elditto.blogspot.com/

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Practice Your Investment Skills By "Dr. Drew Henry"

You can practice your investment skills with a stock market simulation game. This is the best way to gain basic skill from this game before you actually investing real money in the stock market. 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. This game is very useful. 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. You may wonder how this game is about. 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 to increase the value of your portfolio of stocks so that it is greater than that of the other game players. Below are some tips on choosing a stock market simulation game: • Choose a stock market simulation game that is used and recommended by reputable colleges, high schools, middle school, investment clubs, brokers in training, corporate education courses and any other group of individuals studying markets in the U.S. and worldwide. • Choose a stock market simulation game that is comprehensive and easy to implement in any Finance, Economics, or Investments class. A good stock market simulation game should feature trading of stocks, options, futures, mutual funds, bonds from the U.S. and many of the world's major markets. • Choose a stock market simulation game that provides a valuable, reliable, and realistic trading simulation at a reasonable price to members and other individuals who are interested in learning more about investing and trading. The simulation game should also have some capability for testing a variety for investment strategies. • Choose a stock market simulation game that has a toll-free customer service phone number and excellent e-mail support for members. The support function should be able to quickly answer any questions that members/players may have. • Choose a stock market simulation game that is easy to use and easy to teach even to those who have never had any real hands-on investment experience.

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Dr. Drew Henry maintains a number of websites about banking, including http://www.bankingsoftwaresecrets.info , http://www.businessbankingsecrets.info , and http://www.chasebanksecrets.info . Please visit his website for more articles about banking.

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