SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/25/13 -- The trading professionals at 1Wealth Trading generally encourage investors to take the long view, cultivating long-term investments as opposed to reacting to every minor, short-term market fluctuation. For many investors, however, short-term investing is enticing, sometimes even profitable. A recent article in The Wall Street Journal offers various short-term stock market trading tips from a panel of financial professionals. The tips have won a comment from 1Wealth Trading; the company has issued a statement to the press.
In the company's press statement, 1Wealth outlines its own approach to stock market trading -- which differs significantly from the short-term strategies offered in the Wall Street Journal article. "Reacting to short-term movements is no way to manage a share portfolio," the company states. "The stock market is volatile, which means there will always be ups and downs; the reason stock market investing is still so popular is that, despite the volatility, there is a lot more money to be made on the stock market than anywhere else."
1Wealth Trading continues by offering a few words of advice to investors. "When you decide to invest in the stock market you need to have a solid plan from the very beginning. You must have the right tools, the right strategy, and the discipline to follow it."
This means taking a long view rather than a short one, 1Wealth continues. "Our company and our clients are successful because they don't 'react' to short-term movements; in fact, we don't 'react' to any movements at all. We are proactive, not reactive. We have a completely non-emotional method of trading on the stock market, which relies on percentages and number crunching, and it doesn't change. Every trade is well researched, with a clearly defined entry and exit point."
In the end, 1Wealth Trading says its system is simply more consistent than any short-term trading strategy. "The 1Wealth Trading method is not glamorous and it won't make you rich overnight, but if you follow it, it has proven to be a great way to generate a reliable income," concludes the company's press statement.
The panelists assembled in the Wall Street Journal article offer different pieces of advice, all of them reflecting a short-term view of stock marketing trading. Some specific recommendations include reviewing fund performances, once a quarter at the very most; keeping some flexible, "mad money" in a portfolio at all times; and simply having faith in financial advisors.
1Wealth Trading offers a trading platform that helps investors generate consistent revenues; accessing the system and maintaining a portfolio requires just a few minutes each day.
1Wealth Trading is a program designed to offer maximum accuracy and efficiency to corporate and individual stock traders. The company began as a small stock trading firm, but it has blossomed into an international company, with its headquarters in Australia but offices spread across countries all over the world. The mission of 1Wealth Trading is to provide investors with the technological tools and financial strategies they need to generate consistent stock market revenues, and ultimately to generate lifelong wealth.
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