Category Stock Market

Stock market news collection

Stocks fell again on Wall Street and Asian shares tumbled on Friday as strong jobs data dampened hopes of a halt to rating gains. U.S. futures fell, while oil prices rose. Investors were closely watching for updates on U.S. Treasury…

Fund Basics

#Absolute Return and Relative Return The return target of the fund can be divided into absolute return and relative return. Relative return, that is, the return of beating the broader market. For example, if the market rises by 10%, the…

Accounts and Earnings

#Account Net Value The net value of the account refers to the final fund balance of an account if the assets currently held are closed. For example, suppose you have 1 million, and you bought 600,000 shares of Apple, and…

Trading straregy

#Contemporary Trading Strategies Contemporary investors generally believe that: The stock market has a long-term law, that is, in the long run, the price will be close to the value. Stock prices are affected by short-term major news events, or in…

Market theory

Is there any law in the price changes of securities in the securities market? There are several well-known theories on this point. Let’s take stocks as an example. #Random Walk Theory (Random Walk) Random walk theory has a very long…

Portfolio

1.what is a portfolio An investment portfolio is a collection of stocks, bonds, financial derivatives, etc. held by investors or financial institutions. There is an old saying that don’t put all your eggs in one basket. If you put all…

Market and Sector

1. What is the market The broad market refers to the overall rise and fall of securities in a market. Generally speaking, the index calculation of the main assets in a market is performed using the arithmetic average method or…

Economic and Financial Indexes

#Index introduction (index) An index is a number compiled from the prices of a series of assets using statistical methods to reflect the overall price performance of these assets. In macroeconomic analysis, economists often need to use indexes to judge…

Exchanges and Brokers

#exchange The stock exchange, called Exchange in English, is an institution that develops and maintains markets for buying and selling stocks, bonds, and futures. In the early days, the exchange did not have an electronic information system, and mainly relied…

Stock Market Basics–Part 2

#primary market The primary market, that is, the issuance market, is a market where companies issue securities, contact institutions through underwriters, and then institutional investors purchase corporate securities. Now, investment in companies before listing, such as VC, PE and other…