Buying At The Bottom


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Buying At The Bottom

Buying at the bottom is how everyone wants to make money in the stock market.
Knowing in advance where the bottom will be can be the tough part.
Trading and stock market investing works best for who do fundamental analysis of stocks that they trade.

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Buying At The Bottom

  1. 1. Buying at the Bottom By
  2. 2. Buying at the bottom is how everyone wants to makemoney in the stock market.
  3. 3. Knowing in advance wherethe bottom will be can be the tough part.
  4. 4. Trading and stock marketinvesting works best for who do fundamental analysis of stocks that they trade.
  5. 5. These individuals have abetter chance of buying at the bottom than someone whodoes not do their homework.
  6. 6. Traders who use technical analysis tools such as Candlestick patternformations greatly improve their
  7. 7. chances of very precisely buying at the bottom ofdownward market trends just at the point of market reversal.
  8. 8. Knowing how to effectively do both fundamental and technical analysis comes with education such as with online trainingwebinars aimed at both beginners in the stock market and the experienced stock investor.
  9. 9. An experienced trader using Candlestick chart analysis willfollow a downward stock price trend and patiently wait for the development of one of the Candlestick patterns that reliably signals a reversal.
  10. 10. Buying at the bottom in the way works both for buyingstock and for options trading.
  11. 11. The point of using Candlestick analysis is to forecast price movement.
  12. 12. The system does not care if the trader wants to use theinformation for trading stocks, trading futures, commodities trading, or trading options.
  13. 13. In the case of options a tradercan profit from buying calls on a stock when it is ready to make a turnaround.
  14. 14. In the case the trader has the option of buying if the stock reverses.
  15. 15. The trader buys at the strike price which is essentiallybuying at bottom, when the trade is properly executed, and then sells at the spot price to realize a profit.
  16. 16. For the long or even shorter term investor the point is buying at the bottom.
  17. 17. For the trader it can also beshort selling on the way down and using Candlestick chart formations to predict aturning point at which to exit the trade for a profit.
  18. 18. The same trader will thenprofit again by buying at thebottom and riding the stock price back up.
  19. 19. Candlestick signals are used to predict price reversals or continuation of price trends going both up and down.
  20. 20. Partly it is the ease of readingCandlestick signals that makes them popular.
  21. 21. However, it is the fact that atrader conversant with the use of Candlestick signals can make handsome profits in trading that makes them valuable.
  22. 22. Candlestick analysis can be learned from reading and practicing but it is best learned by tutorial.
  23. 23. Online training sessions are valuable because an online training clinic allows for giveand take between teacher and participant.
  24. 24. Questions about the details oftrading can be answered and the answers can lead to profitable buying at the bottom.
  25. 25. Learning the twelve basic Candlestick signals is bestdone in an organized mannerwhich is what happens in an interactive training class.
  26. 26. Each signal is taught and put in perspective.
  27. 27. Thus the trader who learnsCandlesticks properly will be the one who can patientlywait for the exact time for amarket turnaround and profit from buying at the bottom.