Sometimes, market "analysts" will "determine" that some/many of the market issues have sold heavily (or, lightly) for unjustifiable reasons.
When that happens, and, if traders are believe that the prices represent a wise investment, then they will trade (usually in large numbers) in such a manner that market analysts refer to that trading as an "adjustment" or "correction."
A correction is when your broker or your trading group has decided to by X because it is up and coming and suddenly takes a nose dive with your money. No one makes a mistake in the market. It is always a correction. I always deal with mutual funds which are not as volatile as stocks. If I were buy stocks, I would never buy on margin. If you cannot afford it, do not buy it.
by ngureco 4 years ago
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by Susan Reid 6 years ago
It's at 12,900+ right now with a few hours to go in the trading day.Ladies and gentlemen, place your bets.Lectures about why the stock market is a meaningless measure of anything are expected. Go right ahead.I'm just asking for thumbs up thumbs down vote on hitting the 13K milestone again for the...
by HarshitG 6 years ago
Hey,As many would be aware of that stock market is one of better way to invest and reap benefits from . So what i want to know is do you guys really invest in Stock market or stick with Fixed deposits and bank interest ratesHarshit
by TimTurner 8 years ago
The stock market has risen about 15% in the last 3 months and about 80% in the last 8 months. Seriously?We are still losing close to 200,000 jobs a month and small businesses are hurting. The economic data is very mixed. The ONLY reason why the last quarter looked so good was...
by Zara Rasul 3 years ago
Is it possible to invest as little as $20 in the stock market?How does one invest a small amount regularly in the US stock market? What is the best way to do this?
by Persson 7 years ago
I would like to start investing a little in the stock market. Use say about 1k. Any starting ideas?
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