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1. What is Stock exchange in general and how does it work?
The stock market, share market or equity market refers to the aggregation of sellers and buyers of stocks. It also refers to the market where the trading and issuing of stocks, bonds and other forms of securities takes place.
2. What is a signal?
It is an indicator of profitable opportunity on the stock market.
3. What is the difference between stocks and bonds?
Stocks are shares of publicly held companies. When a company succeeds in the start-up phase and has made notable progress, the owners might wish to expand but are unable to do so due to their financial capacity. They can turn to the financial markets for additional financing. To do this, they need to split the company into shares and sell a percentage of these shares in the open market in a process known as an initial public offering or IPO. When someone buys a stock, they are actually buying a share of the company, which makes the person a co-owner of the company no matter how small his/her share is. Thus the stock market is also called an equity.

Bonds, on the other hand, represent an instrument of indebtedness of the bond issuer to the holders. A government, corporation, or other entity that needs to raise capital borrows money in the public market and later pays interest on that loan to the investor.
4. What are the types of stocks?
Stocks can be classified into different categories depending on the characteristics associated with the issuing company.
Blue Chip:
A blue chip stock is the stock of a well established and financially stable company that has been in operation for a long time. Blue chip stocks are strong, stable and mature and this is a suitable investment for an investor with an i income objective.
Growth:
This is the stock of a company with a strong potential for improving profits. The company earnings are growing faster than the economy, and thus the stock has a strong potential for exceeding the performance of the market..
Emerging Growth Industry
is the stock of a young firm in a new industry with good growth prospects, but also high risk.
Income:
The stock of a mature company with high dividend yield and few prospects for growth or diversification. These firms are usually utility companies but can also be blue-chip companies.
5. What is "Investor type" and how to check it?
As an investor in any business, you need to understand your business acumen (strength). Are you a patient investor? Can you survive losses? These are examples of questions you need to answer when determining the type of investor you are. This will as well guide you in deciding where to invest your money.

You can easily find some short test online you can take to better understand yourself and in deciding what business strategy to follow. Or you can contact us on Facebook and we conduct a short quiz identifying your investor profile.

As an investor in any business, you need to understand your business acumen (strength). Are you a patient investor? Can you survive losses? These are examples of questions you need to answer when determining the type of investor you are. This will as well guide you in deciding where to invest your money.

You can easily find some short test online you can take to better understand yourself and in deciding what business strategy to follow. Or you can contact us on Facebook and we conduct a short quiz identifying your investor profile.

6. What is broker?
A stockbroker, also called a Registered Representative, investment advisor or simply, a broker, is a professional individual who executes buy and sell orders for stocks and other securities through a stock market, or over the counter, for a fee or commission. Stockbrokers are usually associated with a brokerage firm and handle transactions for retail and institutional customers. Brokerage firms and broker-dealers are also often referred to as stockbrokers.
7. What is the best broker to choose and why?

The stockbroker I recommend is DEGIRO. I use them on a daily basis. They do not impose hidden charges or anything like that. The only fee you pay is £1.75 + 0.004% . Moreover, they give an access to more than 60 stock markets (USA and EU included), at a very low cost.

We both get 20 Euros to our account if you use the referral link (No gimmicks, it works).

8. What are the risks involved with the stock market and how to avoid them?

Commodity Price Risk: 

this is the risk of a change in the price of a commodity and it can affect any business. Companies that engage in the sales of commodities benefits when there is an increase in the price of a commodity but suffers when there is a decline in the price. The increase in the price of a commodity reduces consumers spending on that commodity and this affects the economy in general.

Headline Risk: 

probability that can hurt a company through media stories. One bad news in the media about a company can greatly affect the company or worse, the entire sector. Although most blue-chip companies tend to stay away from bad news in the media. This is another reason why it is safe to buy blue-chip stocks.

Rating Risk: 

the risk that the ratings on a stock can change. Changes to the ratings of a stock can impact on the market both negatively and positively.

Obsolescence Risk:

the risk that a company might not last long. In general, not all companies live to be 100 years. Global competitions are the major problem that affects the existence of a company. The emergence of a new company with a similar product and a cheaper price can kick out an already established company if they do not review their prices.

9. How much money should I have to start and how much can I earn?
The amount to start with depends on you. You can start even with $50-100 to buy your first stock. However, we recommend having at least $500, so the broker's commission is not too high in proportion to your investment.

10. Is it safe?
Definitely, it is, the returns on the stock market are pretty stable nowadays. Thanks to our methodology you can be sure that you buy assets at the best value at minimum risk.

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11. Shall I trust you?

It is your own decision. We can only share our personal results and achievements of other users. We are not interested in cheating you, as we earn only when our customers make profits.

12. What do I need to start?

So to start you need just open a brokerage account, register in our system and follow our recommendations enjoy the process of making passive money.

13. How does your tool work?
We use the sophisticated approach of using both technical and fundamental analysis to find the stable and profitable companies. And then based on technical analysis and artificial intelligence we identify the best moments to enter the market and make a purchase of the securities.
14. What investment strategy should I choose?

We recommend defining your investor type first and then according to your profile creating a balanced portfolio. You can use our online consultant to do all this.

You can use Notifinio as an addition to your current analysis and strategy. We'll notify you when it's a good time to enter the market for a selected stock.

15. What is the difference between BUY, OBSRV and BUY% signals?

Observe signal highlights the suitable period for a stock purchase, there is a high possibility that stock price will fall even more, but in the long term, the stock price goes up. Normally there will be from 1 to 2 (sometimes 3+) OBSERVE signal and right now we would suggest you to take action but with only a portion of a money, you are willing to invest in a given asset. You will receive the signals at the end of the day, so we recommend you to wait until the 11 am of the next day to see whether prices went up or down. In case it went up you should buy, and in case it went down just ignore the signal.

Using such an approach will help us to smooth the purchase price of your asset and the will be less impacted by a sudden drop in price.

BUY signals are very similar to OBSERVE. The only difference is that risk involved in BUY signals is minimal (as a result the profit might be compatible lower), but the time needed to bring profit is much shorter. Moreover, the probability of an unexpected sharp price movement of the stock is relatively low. Normally there will be from 1 to 2 BUY signals and right now we would suggest you take action by investing only a portion of a money you are willing to invest into given asset (e.g. split your purchase at 60/30/10%). Such an approach will smooth your purchase price and you will decrease the effect from unfavorable price movements.

Buy with percents (BUY1%, BUY2%, BUY3%, etc ) - Designed to be shorter term period opportunities. Usually, the stated percent is achieved within a few weeks. It is up to you whether you want to receive your gained profit or wait for higher earnings.

To sum up, OBSRV is more like a direction notification, highlights that it is a good time to accumulate a stock for long-term (1 year+). Use wide stop-loss for this. Buy and %BUY are signals for immediate action. Set a stop-loss and take profit level to benefit from the stock recommendation.

16. What to do when I see a signal?
The general recommendation when using our signals is to wait till 10 AM with following our signal. It will help you to see a market condition for the following day. In case you see the market is going down when we sent you any kind of BUY or Observe signal, you'd better wait till the next day, as this will allow you to minimize your potential drawdown.

Once you decided to make a transaction, log into your broker's web page and send an order for purchase or sale.
17. What is it "History of Signals" section?
Here you can see the past signals and what is the result as of today. You may see negative results as the market is moving all the time and for the person who followed the signal, the result was positive, since we give the detailed recommendations when open and close the position.