Trading and investing are two typical methods of making more money in the financial markets. Trading essentially involves buying and selling of stocks within smaller time frame. In contrast, investment refers to making money over a longer time frame. Both the investors and traders essentially approach the stock market with the same objective but use miscellaneous technique. Their aim is to make the most of the return but in diverse ways.
Staale Fossberg offers specifics about trading and investing
When it comes to making money in the financial world there are two options available such as trading and investing. But both of them involve different approaches. Staale Fossberg is the CEO of MPT or My Private Trade and he established this in cooperation with Morten O. Andersen at Simray Holdings LLC.
He says that says in trading, the trader does a technical study to examine the securities and forecast their trends in future, by the data received via trading activity. On the other hand, in case of investing the investor has to perform fundamental analysis to examine the project, product or plan, to estimate its inherent value.
However, it is important to note that investing and trading are equally dependent in which without the existence of investors, traders there will be no liquidity to buy and sell stock and devoid of investors, traders will have no source from which to sell and buy. As a result, it is complicated to settle on which one is better.
In addition to having knowledge about trading, investment and finance, Staale Fossberg has expertise in radio and TV broadcasting as well. Before working with My Private Trade also referred to as MPT, he has also worked with some of the other well-known companies such as Superdobro LTD, Jungle Norway Limited, and Conecto Invest Limited.
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