Frequently Asked Questions
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Here are some of the most common questions that are raised in relation to trading on the stock market.
At Finexia all our educators are experienced traders themselves and hold the necessary qualifications that are required by the relevant education and financial regulatory bodies. Because our team is in touch with today’s financial market trends, we are in a unique position to continually develop relevant courses and learning experiences for all our clients.
Our unique blend of services means that you can tap into our resources to simply “tune up” your trading practices or have us set up your SMSF with comprehensive management and administration services. It’s this exceptional blend of experience and skills that set us apart.
One of the most important parts of successful trading is knowing when to move (buying or selling) and this can lead to costly mistakes and disillusionment. Through our comprehensive education and support system we will show you how to confidently determine the best time for you to enter and exit your trades.
Access to our unique software platform provides you with a complete trading toolbox that includes unique pre-alert signals to assist you with stock selection. Scan for opportunities, view the market in real time, perform stock analysis and more.
Day trading is the practice of buying and selling stocks in a short timeframe, typically a day. All positions are closed out before the market closes each day. The goal is to earn a small profit on each trade and then compound those gains over time.
A Contract for Difference (CFD) refers to a contract that enables two parties to enter into an agreement to trade financial products such as shares, commodities, indices or currencies based on the price difference between the entry prices and closing prices. They effectively allow the trader the right to speculate on changes in price of a security without having to actually purchase the security. ASIC considers CFDs as high risk products suitable only for educated traders and investors
Exchange Trade Options (ETOs) are a derivative which means their value is derived from another asset, typically a share or (stock market) index.
Many factors affect the rise and fall of stock prices. Some of these are natural disasters, social and political unrest, and even opinions of analysts which affect the supply and demand pressures on the price.
You don’t need a huge amount of money to invest in the market, the minimum initial investment in a Company is $500.
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