Don’t take the phrase “Trading Stock,” in a literal manner. You don’t trade stocks like you trade baseball cards. For example; I’ll trade you 100 Appl for 100 GOOGL. No, that’s not how it works. To “trade” in the jargon of the financial markets means to buy and sell.
The workings of a system that can accommodate trading of one billion shares in a single day are a mystery to most people. No doubt, our financial markets are marvels of technological efficiency.
Traders and markets must handle an order for 100 shares of Acme Kumquats with the same care and documentation as an order of 100,000 shares of MegaCorp.
You don’t need to know all of the technical details of how to buy and sell stocks, but having a basic understanding of how the markets work is important for an investor.
Sterling Holdings Ltd. provides online trading services via its brand “Revolve Markets” and its billing agent and revolvemarkets.com website and domain registrar. The Company provides its services through a trading platform/electronic system for online trading on the investment market. Trading in the investment markets online is speculative and carries a high level of risk, thus may not be suitable for all investors. If you are thinking of trading online in the investment markets, you should be aware of all the risks associated beforehand and take your investment objectives and level of experience into consideration. You should not speculate with capital that you can’t afford to lose, as there is a possibility you may lose some or all of your invested capital. Please note that revolvemarkets.com and its partners and associates, do not accept clients or client funds from the US and North Korea. Read our full risk discolure.
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