Ok. Just a thought on buying stocks and shares. The MM will not readily give out money to stock holders by moving price up. The whole idea is to lock people in for a long period of time so if you look at the trend of Tullow Oil share price, you will see that it is still going downwards. Like i said support is @ 40p. Just bought KOD (Kodal) @ 0.00045p hope it will continue its trend up.Back in November, it was trading @217 ...
(drop is largely a reaction to Quality Analysis on latest new oil find samples)
The price will rocket as assets come online, or plummet if there are delays and problems.
But they have a steady cash-flow from output and anything that nudges up the oil price, like Nutjobs in White Houses starting wars in sandy places, will substantially increase revenue (as they don't operate in the Middle East).
On the other hand, if you expect peace, harmony and goodwill to all desert dwellers, then don't buy in.
Just a few thoughts on what's driving those charts everybody gets so fixated on.
Cool... I am following you. If you have more ideas or you think a stock is worth a buy give us a short.Kodal is a sound investment.
Anything to do with Lithium is likely to do well, as increasing demand far exceeds supply.
Emerging Markets always have been the most lucrative (and most risky)
Have found it worthwhile paying for live data feeds- they easily pay for themselves as you have up-to-the-moment prices.
There are always regular special offers about for these.
And in between those, - well, some brokers include them in packages for frequent trading.
More or less every other tool one could possibly need is available for free from somewhere.
But the best tools are the little grey cell between your ears.
& they come free of charge !