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If you have money in the stock market, it makes sense that you want to know what is happening with your investment. A bad step can remove your retirement savings or all of your other investments. Watching the news the stock market really can make people crazy if you obsess about it too much, but you can not invest and then forget about it. There are several companies that always tend to do well, but most people have a mixture of steadies and risk. Find your balance, or find someone to help you, so you do not overstress about what is happening in the market.
Investing in the stock market is always risky, but you can get a big advantage in many cases. Currently, it is fragile, and some people have taken big losses despite a lot of investment that at some point will be considered safe and stable. If you already have a stake in BP lately, for example, you might hurt now, or will in the near future. There are many things to look for when looking for stock market news relevant to you and your investment.
For one, you have to know much about the company where you have invested most of your money. Maybe there’s nothing you can do if they took a big dive, but maybe you can see it coming. If a company began to struggle, you have to decide whether you think that they could reverse the situation or if you must leave now. It’s difficult, because the company could struggle to reverse the situation and make you rich, but you never know when that will happen, or if it will happen at all. Overseeing each company to see what they do, where they will go, and what might come down the road for them.
You also have to compete with market share news about your company is considering for future investments. Sometimes you have to learn the company for a while before you decide whether you want to get in on what they have, or even how much you want to invest. You can find tons of information on any company if you look online, but you may need to find out what you should pay attention to and what is trash news. After a while, it will become second nature to you. You will also learn what the best sources for the most relevant and up to now the information you need about the stock market.
If you find that keeping up with news of your own market share you emphasize too much, you might have to give up a little and let others step for you. You can have a broker do all the watching and trading for you, with guidance for what you want, of course. This can be stressful too, because your financial future handed to others is also a risk. If you choose to get help, each of the first research possibilities so that you feel confident that you hand over the reins to someone who you feel you can trust, and someone who will do the best with your money.
Nasdaq electronic stock market with the largest volume in the world, so casualties unknown parties. The blow is final on the U.S. stock market.
As quoted by Reuters on Monday (07/02/2011), manager of Nasdaq stock market recognizes the ‘suspicious activity’ on their servers in the U.S..
However, it has not found evidence that the perpetrators of accessing or stealing customer information from the parent company of Nasdaq and Nasdaq manager.
Not say when the burglary took place. Currently, the FBI referred to has been engaged in a joint investigation by an independent forensic firm.
Analysts worry about this attack will be one more blow to the stock market in the U.S.. So far public confidence in the stock market quite hard-hit by financial crisis and the incident in May 2010 on Wall Street.
“There are several instances in recent years which has damaged investor confidence, and it certainly could become one again,” said Tim Ghriskey, Chief Investment Officer at Solaris Asset Management.
JCI Tuesday (02/08/2011) is still closed down 27.77 points or 0.79% at 3,459,93 level. Although it experienced a strengthening in the early minutes of trading yesterday, but at the end of the session index closed at negative territory.
Auction of government securities held in line with the first session of trading yesterday, managed to reap an additional Rp 5.5 trillion. In addition, retail sukuk SR-003 in 2011 to approximately 8.15% interest per year is predicted to raise funds of around Rp 8 trillion to the government.
The rise of debt instruments, it makes the stock market is still under pressure, investors prefer a certain yield in economic and political situation heated up lately. Sector which drives a decrease in trading stock index last Tuesday of the basic industries sector and consumer sector, where each sector decreased by 1.37% and 1:32%.
Dow Jones Industrial Average, Tuesday (02/08/2011) local time again experienced an increase of 71.52 points, or up 0.59% at 12233.15 level. Investors are still buying U.S. stocks are still cheap stock. The purchase is in line with results from U.S. companies that have posted positive results on its performance in 2010. Investors are a bit to concentrate on the positive results of the corporation, as opposed to thinking about the uncertainty about the crisis that hit Egypt.
All sectors experienced a decrease in trading yesterday. Auction of government securities and issuance of sukuk retail make the stock market still under pressure. The strengthening of the rupiah against the U.S. dollar in recent days has not been an impact on strengthening the JCI. Support I and II at the level of 3455 and 3434 while I and II resistance at the level of 3473 and 3500.
Clashes between supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his opponents shook the United States stock market on Wednesday (02/02/2011) local time. The reason, traders worried about the increasing instability in the region.
“Those who are optimistic about Egypt and the risk of transmission should rethink their position,” said David kotok of Cumberland Advisors.
“We are seeing signs of infection in Jordan, Yemen and other countries,” he added.
Index of blue-chip Dow stocks rose very slightly, rising 0.02 percent (1.81 points) to 12,041.97 at menutupan, ended Tuesday setelahpada above 12,000 points for the first time since June 2008. But the broader S & P 500 fell 0.27 percent wider (3.56 points) to 1304.03 and the Nasdaq technology index fell 0.04 percent (1.03 points) to 2750.16.
Television describe and report on the bloody clashes in the capital city of Egypt, causing traders to review their initial reaction to curb unrest in the Middle East. “We expect more violence,” said kotok.
“We do not know how this will change. We have no estimate eventually spread .. We do not know how much economic damage that will be witnessed in global markets and a new start with the global economic recovery,” he added.
Egypt’s Suez Canal where the vital and strategic in the center of the oil-rich Middle East.
Unrest in Egypt overshadowed positive data released Wednesday morning that showed a private company in the United States added 187,000 jobs in January, starting this year with an increase in major industries.
Meanwhile, airline stocks battered in the last round of bad weather in the United States, which has resulted in thousands of flights canceled.
Delta Air Lines fell 3.7 percent and American Airlines fell 2.1 percent.
Ford, which has factories in areas badly affected, showing the price of its shares fell three percent, helped by the analyst lowered earnings estimates that car manufacturers.
The bond market fell, with the yield on 10-year Treasuries rose to 3.49 percent from 3.44 percent on Tuesday, while 30-year bond rose to 4.64 percent from 4.61 percent.
Prices and bond yields move in opposite directions.
There are two types of trades involving cash or shares that are not owned short sales and purchase limits.
To more clearly see the short sales.
In short selling (short selling), a person selling shares they do not have their own, hoping the price will fall. They must eventually buy back the shares. Exit short positions by buying back shares is called “covering a short. ” Simply, someone borrowed other people’s shares to be sold at market price. Then the person is hoping that the stock price down so can be bought back at lower prices to be returned to its owner (in stock) and pocketing the profits (the difference between selling price and buying price).
See also: leverage (finance)
In the purchase limit, a person borrows money to buy stocks and hope that these shares can go up the price. Many industrialized countries have rules that require that lending based on collateral from other stocks, this borrowing should be within a certain percentage of the price of other stocks. Other rules include the prohibition of “freeriding” (penungangan free), ie, put a message to buy shares without paying first, and then sell it and use the profits to pay the purchase price in advance.
Profit taking is expected to still haunt the Indonesia Stock Exchange trading this week, so that stocks with large market capitalization value (big caps) or of top shares was affected.
Nevertheless, the analyst Satrio Utomo PT Universal Broker recommends that market participants choose to trade the shares today, Monday, December 20, 2010. “Look for big-caps stocks that decline the most and buy,” he said when contacted by atypllc.com.
The shares were among others, PT Astra International Indonesia Tbk (ASII), PT Gudang Garam Indonesia Tbk (GGRM), PT Astra Agro Lestari Tbk (AALI), and PT Adaro Energy Tbk (ADRO).
The reason this election, said Satria, due to the hectic action of the release of shares in the last minute the close of trade on the Indonesia Stock Exchange last week. “Bit (request) how it is sold, so it looks imposing,” he said.
Gifar Indra Sakti, Sucorinvest Central Gani analyst also believes the shares still may be a portfolio of superior because it has corrected a lot. “So, could be accumulated, especially the big caps in the sector, shares of banks such as PT Bank Negara Indonesia is relatively Tbk (BBNI) and PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia Tbk (BBRI),” he said.
However, he admitted, investors bought more can be done early next year (2011). Therefore, the trading of shares on the trading floor seemed deserted from the purchase transaction due to approaching Christmas and New Year holidays. “It seems that the index was likely to weaken due to profit-taking investors,” said Gifar.