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A stock buyback occurs when a company’s cash is used by it to repurchase shares back from the market. In a stock split, one share is divided into two.
By ProfitEase.com On Friday, November 7th, 2014

How to Exploit Stock Buybacks and Stock Splits for Profit

A stock buyback occurs when a company’s cash is used by it to repurchase shares back from the market. Repurchased stocks are canceled, or made treasury shares. The buyback decreases the amount of equities in More...

The successful stock selection goes through several stages. It is important to follow them, so that your stock pick eventually meets your investment goals.
By ProfitEase.com On Friday, October 17th, 2014

The Steps You Need to Follow for Successful Stock Selection

The abundance of information makes investment decisions in stocks a pretty difficult task. That is why identifying the trustworthy sources is among the first things you should do. To facilitate the sorting and More...

The essence of the swing trading strategy is simple: shares should be bought in upside swings and sold when the movement is about to top.
By ProfitEase.com On Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Swing Trading Strategy or How to Profit from Stocks’ Trading Cycle

In swing trading, the time span is longer compared to day trading. In this trading strategy, stocks are watched for weeks or even months, before making an investment decision. It is essential to follow the market More...

Day trading involves opening positions on an instrument and closing them several times a day. There is higher risk involved, but the ROI is also much higher.
By ProfitEase.com On Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Day Trading Strategy or How Skilled Traders Beat the Market Repeatedly!

In day trading, a person opens positions on a certain instrument and closes them several times a day. That is why this strategy is also referred to as intra-day trading. When day trading is implemented in a very More...

Generally, good news are a reason to hold a stock. There are a number of situations, however, when good news result in the specific share's decline.
By ProfitEase.com On Monday, September 29th, 2014

Why do positive news for a stock sometimes result in a dump?

Good news, e.g. of a company’s solid earnings, are often a signal to hold a stock. There are also instances when getting rid of the share despite the good news is the wise approach. It is of prime importance More...


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