Video – Power of the Markets


Posted by: Swindells FP, on October 21, 2014.


The Stock Market explained

This short, easy to watch video explains how stock prices are set and change based on the collective knowledge of buyers and sellers.  

Armed with this information, investors can be more confident about the power of the financial markets.

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Invest more successfully

Once you understand how the stock market works it wouldn’t actually take that long to get up and running for yourself, if that’s what you really wanted.

But our advice is not to go it alone. With 39 million trades made on the stock exchange each day you can harness the collective knowledge of all the participants in the market.

To find out more about how you can invest more successfully, call us on 01825 76 33 66 or use the Contact us page.



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