Introduction

Learn how stock and options trading works along with the important basic definitions. Explore the professional content and get ready to start trading! Learn everything about technical analysis, options, bonds, and fundamental analysis!

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The stock exchange

Securities

Banks, brokers, brokerage firms

Fundamental and technical analysis

Risk and diversification

Earnings

Initial Public Offering (IPO)

Online trading

For the first time in the history, there is an opportunity to manage bank transactions, contact brokers, and track the current market prices of shares online. Simply put, anyone can invest in companies operating anywhere around the world directly from home and can monitor the current state of all his or her positions online.

When investing private savings in shares from home, one can become a co-owner of a public company residing in any country. Despite any geographical distance, the new owner of the share(s) is part of the future of the firm (from the time of the purchase), thus anyone can access a powerful position. With the spread of Internet access, it is possible for everyone with a computer to buy and sell shares easily from home.

Online Trading

The online trading is based on the co-operation between different countries. The basis of the collaboration is the settlement system between stock exchanges, which makes it possible to buy foreign shares from local brokers legally, quickly, and easily.

The sale and purchase of financial instruments within the same trading day is called day trade. Day trade is when someone buys and then sells a share on the very same day, or when first the sale and then repurchase happens (on the same day as well). The only difference between the two is whether one has cash or possesses a share at the beginning of the trading. In the case of day trades, brokerages usually charge less commission than normally. Therefore, even a daily increase of 1-1.5% can result a more significant income. It is not mandatory to close an open day trade until the end of the trading day. However, if the day trade is not closed, the brokerage firm will charge the normal commission, as the transaction then counts as normal selling or buying on the stock exchange market. In Hungary, day trades can be executed with any shares listed on the Budapest Stock Exchange.

Market news

Online Trading Course - for Beginners!

  • Specially made for beginners
  • From Forex to the Option trading
  • Immediate techniques

Are you still using a Demo account? Are you afraid to start live trading? We have good news for you!

Successful trading can be learnt! Here is what you should do: learn it.

The Huntraders E-Learning system is based on more than 10 years of trading experience to provide practical information for our members. The 8 topics have been thematically structured to offer the information and knowledge necessary for all traders. The course gives an inevitable knowledge for successful trading to start making profit.

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Trading Guides

Indicators

25 indicators. Find the indicators matching Your strategy and learn their trading signals through examples!

Candlestick patterns

88 candlestick patterns. Increase Your profit by recognising candlestick patterns and analysing the market with their help.

Chart patterns

31 chart patterns. Recognise triangles and breakouts, calculate the target prices defined by them.

Option strategies

49 option strategies. Apply the strategies that best suit your purposes and learn how to calculate their potential profit and risk through examples.

The modules of trading course

Everything You need to know about stock and option trading.

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