Investor Trader More focused on long-term goals More focused on short-term profits Use different techniques including shorts Usually buy and hold & derivatives Usually want to participate in corporate Most likely aim at profits from stock price governance movement
Out of ninety- thousand stocks on the New York Stock ExchangeHow to pick good stocks
Academic• From Investment course• Multivariate models
Factors Correlation with index portfolio Dividend yield Momentum Size Book to market ratio Credit trustworthyAsset growth Leverage Product life cycle Industry growth Price on earning Quality of information disclosure Cash ratio
Fundamental Analysis• Look into the firms financial statement, management, future business prospects• Analyze macroeconomics, industry, competitors• Forecast future stock price using KPI as input
Technical Analysis• Believes that stock prices move in patterns. Try to identify the pattern in near future. Primarily concern price & volume.
High-frequency trading• Use sophisticated trade automation. Trade on rapid basis.• Monitors the market for unusual movement, then captures the opportunities.• Best for arbitrage.
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