The three stages of trading, with Alvexo

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Time for learning: getting stronger

Beginners, confirmed: all in the same boat. Indeed, trading is based on knowledge that can evolve quickly. Reading about tools, learning about trends, is essential for all types of traders. This learning time is therefore continuous. Witness the attendance of Alvexo webinars, live streams and other trading fairs: the public is very varied.

Time for reflection: choosing a strategy

This may seem superfluous to you. This time is however fundamental. It is he who will allow you to identify your current needs. Especially since these needs can change from one month to another, from one year to another. This time for reflection is the one that allows you to build, or choose, a trading strategy that suits you and looks like you, to avoid risks and unpleasant surprises as much as possible. And, of course, to maximize potential investment opportunities.

Concretely: what are your real objectives? Have you really grasped the variety and the full potential of each of the assets? Because, from this point of view, sorting is necessary. Some brokers boast of offering “thousands” of assets. But for the individual, the risk of drowning is great. This is why Alvexo’s stock market experts carry out analyzes to offer the assets that really matter, in the markets.

Time for action: using the right tools

The action is also, if not above all, equipping oneself with tools with high technological value. Like the famous trading signals. Sent according to the client’s needs every day and in real time, these signals provide information on potential future prices through market analysis. In the same vein, to act, the trader needs tools that reveal trends. Alvexo has therefore entered into partnerships with technologies based on Artificial Intelligence, capable of highlighting potential price variations on assets.

And, during one of these three times, if you have a question to ask? No problem: our customer service will be happy to answer you. Because beyond the action time, there is also the reaction time… Alvexo stands by your side!

Contracts For Differences (CFDs) are complex financial instruments and come with a high risk of losing money quickly due to leverage and may not be suitable for all investors. 76.57% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You have to ask yourself if you understand how CFDs work and if you can afford to risk losing your money.

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