Investing in shares can be rewarding. You buy into a stock, sit back and watch its share price soar.
But unfortunately it doesn't always work out like that, as you may have already found out for yourself.
So it's vital you apply a handful of solid principles when investing in shares.
Let's take a closer look at what they are…
Don’t go investing in shares that lack prospects
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Investing in shares can be a bit of a rollercoaster ride. When the markets are doing well, you're happy. When they're sliding, you're worried.
But if you keep a few vital principles in mind when investing in shares, you're sure to do well over the long-term.
The basis of these principles is going with the flow of the market. You need to understand there's no point in fighting it.
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With the onset of a new year, it's a great time to have a look at the investment and trading principles you follow. If you're a short-term trader, your investment principles will be different to those of a long-term investor. With that in mind, read on to discover four short-term trading principles from a technical standpoint…
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