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Stock Trading Software - A New Way



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Submitted 2010-04-08 00:00:00
Many people wonder what trading robots are. In short they are computer programs that a designed to help investors decide which stocks will be most profitable. Many critics and investors are skeptical about these programs, because it is sometimes unclear if these programs really work.

To fully understand what a trading robot is and how it works, you need to understand the general idea of stock trading and how investors make money doing it.

When people buy and sell stocks they are trading; however the idea is to make a profit of the difference. If someone buys a stock for $20 dollars then they would hope to sell it for more than that. In many cases a lot more than that. Just a few years ago all stock trading went through banks and financial advisors, but now with the technology of the internet, many individuals are involved in stock trading.

What are Stock Trading Programs?

Stock trading programs are designed to help investors study the trends of the stock market. The computer software program compiles data and then sends updates to its user. These updates give the user tips, such as which stocks are most likely to rise soon and which stocks have the largest profit margins.

Many people question where the stock trading program actually came from. Many people are quick to give you their version of the story. One version is that the program was created by an ex- stock trader. In all honesty it is hard to say whether this is true or not. It has also been said that the stock trading program was developed by a software designer.

Investors must purchase a stock trading program. Once they have purchased it then they can either use a website, that they are given special access to, to get information on the latest market trends. Some programs have the option of allowing the user to get e-mails with tips as well. The program also makes it simple for the user to purchase the stock that he or she has just received a tip on. The stock trading program keeps the investor updated with information about how the stock is doing.

Do These Programs Work?

Stock trading programs defiantly work; however there is a catch to them. Most investors find that their stock increase while using these programs, but many investors are concerned about how this occurs.

Many stock trading programs promote their users to invest in penny stocks. Penny stocks are traded easily and they can be purchased for 20 cents a share, sometime they can be purchased for less than that. Most investors will tell you that investing in penny stocks is a high risk thing to do. That is because they are not very popular. They tend to rise rapidly, but when investors sell they decline very quickly.

Some experts argue that the increases that are seen by using a trading robot only show up when there is an increase in the investment on a particular stock. This is one issue with stock trading programs that still hasn't been figured out.
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