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Short Term Investment
There are two things a person may be looking for in a short term investment.
The other is a way to profit from the ups and downs of the stock market. The first just has to do with checking out interest rates on T Bills, CD’s, and other short term debt instruments. One is a place to park their money that is safe and pays better than a bank savings account. The second is where technical analysis tools such as Candlestick pattern formations can help a person to trade stocks and make a substantially better profit than the bank offers or even what one can gain from long term investing.
Short term investment in stocks can be extremely profitable. It can be more profitable, over the years, than long term investing. This is because the rate of return on long term stock investment is typically not linear. Market volatility, market trends, and market reversal all affect stock prices, even of the most stable of stocks. Doing basic and fundamental analysis of stocks and then reading market sentiment with Candlestick analysis gives traders and short term investors the ability to buy stock and sell stock at the most opportune times. Short term investment capitalizes on buying at the bottom of a price curve or short selling just as a market correction hits. Longer term investment depends upon analysis of intrinsic stock value and a stock’s margin of safety. Short term investment thrives on the precise analysis of stock price changes that Candlestick signals provide.