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Stock Prices in Stock Market

If you’re into music, you surely know the Pricetag song.  
If you don’t, find life! HAHA. But I recommend the very cool version of the super pretty Julie Anne San Jose. 

While I agree to its compelling and timely message that it’s really not about the money, I guess a better line would be “It’s not about the money, money, money, ALONE”.  HAHA

Of course it’s about the money. 
Let’s all make the world dance!

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Now for my core message for you today.

If there’s one thing about investing that you should not ignore as an investor, it would definitely be the PRICE of your stock.

The price of a stock is like the summary of a story. (Three little pigs is my favorite children story HAHA).

It captures everything that can affect the price movement – from truths, facts, stories, rumors and the subsequent human behavior, into a single consolidated quantifiable outcome.

Stock price sways as a result of two opposing forces –the buying and the selling side, which, in turn, can also dictate the resulting price actions the next trading days. You see, it’s actually a circular loop of actions and interactions.

As a result, it can serve as our main driver in evaluating the current situation of the market and managing our own individual stocks.

In short, it can be the single main consideration in making all our investment decisions.

It, for instance, can advise us if the stocks we’re buying are overpriced for its value, or are selling at cheap bargain prices. It can also help us gauge how the price may move in the near future.

So here we’ll start a blog series of discussion about this crucial subject, which will cover the following topics

I.          STOCK PRICE

c.    Price fluctuation

d.    Price Range


c.    Order Types


Hang around for this special series, and learn hunting those stocks at sale!

Have fun investing!

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