Well done for taking a big step forward in your stock trading career. There is plenty more to learn. Keep reading to find out what else Invezz can teach you.
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Written by: Harry Atkins
March 15, 2020
Updated: March 4, 2021
In this lesson

You’ve absorbed all of our lessons on Stock Trading. Way to go!

You now have a great understanding of the many factors that go into stocks’ price movement, both during up-trends and downtrends. You’ve now got professional-level skills when it comes to both long-term trading and short-term trading. You can eyeball a stock chart, recognise the difference between a cup-with-handle base and a V-shaped base, and act accordingly. You can spot the differences between a winning stock chart, and a stock chart that’s best to avoid.

I. So, what’s next?

If you’re ready to explore other stock trading concepts, check out the rest of our website, which is stuffed with easy-to-understand, informative educational courses and lessons. If you feel you need to learn more about Stock Trading, go back and read through this course a second time to fortify your understanding of these vital concepts.

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