Gone are the days when Forex brokers offered just currency pairs. Today’s top brokers are offering a range of tradable assets, including stock trading. But as is the case with other types of trading, understanding market movements and trends is not just recommended, it’s critical in order to trade successfully. Stock market analysis is a critical tool for anyone who is thinking about breaking into this trading arena, as well as for those who are already dabbling in stock trading, and DailyForex is proud to provide you with regularly updated analysis of the hottest stocks on the market.
Stock trading comes in various forms, with the ability to short the market if you expect a downtrend, or to long the market if you expect an upswing. Stock market analysis can help you determine which way the market will fluctuate, eliminating the guesswork and pitfalls that commonly lead to losses. With stock trading, like with Forex, you can also set take profits and stop losses to minimize risks – but oftentimes traders need guidance from a professional in order to know how to make these decisions. Why trade stocks blindly or based on a hunch, when you can trade smartly?
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) believes this holiday season will be one of the best it has ever experienced as Black Friday already gave the e-commerce giant a clear indication of what to expect. It recorded impressive sales results in the U.K, just only four years after the event was launched.
Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) is in the midst of legal proceedings against Mike Kail its former vice president of information technology operations, accusing him of fraud, breaching his fiduciary and a host of other charges.
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) hit a fresh 52-week high on Friday and is showing no sign of reversing. The stock is in the midst of an impressive rally, and is generating a fresh wave of excitement among investors and analysts as the holiday season enters.
CBS Corporation (NYSE:CBS) and Walt Disney Co. (NYSE:DIS) have gone to court to block the disclosure of programming contracts as part of the ongoing review concerning merger deals in the U.S. The two companies argue that a possible leak of some of the sensitive information may jeopardize their competitive advantage in the media space.
The net neutrality debate has finally reached the Whitehouse, with President Barack Obama calling for a ban on internet ‘fast lanes’. This news is especially exciting to data hogs such as Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) that recently exchanged bitter words with internet providers concerning lower internet speeds.
A series of challenges affecting the dairy industry caused the U.S. largest milk processor Dean Foods Co (NYSE:DF) to a loss of $16 million or 17 cents a share in Q3. The results are quite disappointing, when compared to last year.