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With the increasing development of information technology and the wide spreading of financial knowledge, most people have realized the importance of wealth management and investment.
It’s easy for beginners to get confused after they enter into the markets. The ultimate reason is that they don’t have a set of rules to manage their trading strategies.
Having read the previous article, investors should have some understanding of the basics of financial markets in general. Here we will introduce some points that investors need to pay attention to when entering the market to help you trade more efficiently.
As a trader, figuring out investment goal, like how and where to invest, and build the right trading mindset is a seemingly easy but difficult and lengthy process. This process will usually differ person to person and not be the same. Some may study trading strategies first, while others may begin going through many practical transactions. There may be experienced traders who have not understood it after a long time, and there may be newcomers who gain a sudden insight after trading for a short time.
This article will explain the common signs of a bear market and the phenomenon of a bear market rebound, and give advice on bear market investment strategy.
In a broad sense, a financial market refers to a market whereby parties, no matter from the demand-side or supply-side, distribute capital resources through various financial tools. As a crucial stabilizing element in a capitalist economy, the financial market includes stock markets, bond markets, foreign exchange markets, commodity markets, and all derivatives markets.
Commodities are tangible assets, including agricultural products, raw materials, energy, and metals, which are often used in daily life as the basis for the production of goods and services. Commodities are normally described by “Bulk”, which generally refers to the asset class that is large in number or volume and involves considerable storage space.
Spot trading refers to transactions that take place on the spot markets, where buyers and sellers need to deliver goods immediately or within a few days after closing the deal.
Over-the-counter trading (OTC for short), also known as off-exchange trading, generally refers to trading activities not conducted on the central exchange, but through the “dealer network”
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