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Stock Trading- Red Flags To Look Out For Before You Sell
Submitted On 2008-07-30

The primary motivation at the back of every investors mind for buying any stock is profit, whether you choose to sell immediately or wait for a longer time before you sell to access your profit is a matter of choice, a decision I think you should take responsibility for instead of leaving it in the hands of your broker.

There are clues ever present in the capital market that tell you when to sell your stock, when fully understood can save you from loses and can also make you get the benefits for which sake you invested your money in the first place. You have to constantly be on the look out for these red flags or signs that remind you it is high time you bail out of certain stocks in your portfolio. Let's get you started, shall we!

SELL WHEN YOU REACH YOUR TARGET PRICE

Before you buy any stock, you must settle in your mind by reason of sound facts available to you a target price that you intend to sell your stock for an appreciable return. When you reach your projected price, once you reach your objective that is the best and most reliable time to sell.

SELL WHEN YOU OBSERVE FUNDAMENTAL CHANGES

Changes that affect the fundamentals of a company must be taken very seriously. When you observe that the fundamental of a company is weakening or depreciating in terms of profit capacity, when a company profit potential has reached its peak and it starts declining is time to consider offloading your shares in such a company.

SELL AFTER THE CLOSURE OF REGISTRAR

If you are a stock trader, one who buys and sells stock actively in short durations; you might consider selling after the closure of registrar. If your goal of dividends and possibly bonus scrip in a company has been achieved, in other words, you bought into a stock because you want to avail yourself of the dividends and possibly bonus, after closure date of registrar is a good time to sell, because other stock traders like you will also be selling which can cause the price of the stock to rally down.

The bottom line of stocks trading is acquainting you with the appropriate time to buy a stock and the most suited time to sell, that in my humble opinion is the crux of stocks trading.

Stock Trading- Red Flags To Look Out For Before You Sell

The primary motivation at the back of every investors mind for buying any stock is profit, whether you choose to sell immediately or wait for a longer time before you sell to access your profit is a matter of choice, a decision I think you should take responsibility for instead of leaving it in the hands of your broker.

There are clues ever present in the capital market that tell you when to sell your stock, when fully understood can save you from loses and can also make you get the benefits for which sake you invested your money in the first place. You have to constantly be on the look out for these red flags or signs that remind you it is high time you bail out of certain stocks in your portfolio. Let's get you started, shall we!

SELL WHEN YOU REACH YOUR TARGET PRICE

Before you buy any stock, you must settle in your mind by reason of sound facts available to you a target price that you intend to sell your stock for an appreciable return. When you reach your projected price, once you reach your objective that is the best and most reliable time to sell.

SELL WHEN YOU OBSERVE FUNDAMENTAL CHANGES

Changes that affect the fundamentals of a company must be taken very seriously. When you observe that the fundamental of a company is weakening or depreciating in terms of profit capacity, when a company profit potential has reached its peak and it starts declining is time to consider offloading your shares in such a company.

SELL AFTER THE CLOSURE OF REGISTRAR

If you are a stock trader, one who buys and sells stock actively in short durations; you might consider selling after the closure of registrar. If your goal of dividends and possibly bonus scrip in a company has been achieved, in other words, you bought into a stock because you want to avail yourself of the dividends and possibly bonus, after closure date of registrar is a good time to sell, because other stock traders like you will also be selling which can cause the price of the stock to rally down.

The bottom line of stocks trading is acquainting you with the appropriate time to buy a stock and the most suited time to sell, that in my humble opinion is the crux of stocks trading.

Target Audience: Stock traders, investors, publishers

Tags: stocks, investing.investment,finance, finances, stock trading, stock market investing

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John Efetobor is a Stock Analyst and Investor. Visit: http://stocktradingrevolution.blogspot.com

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