Fundamental analysis

How to buy, sell and short Nintendo shares

Gaming pioneer Nintendo is more than 130 years old, with new products and innovations keeping it at the forefront of the entertainment industry. If you want to trade or invest in Nintendo shares, this guide is for you.

What is a golden cross and how do you use it?

Golden crosses, and death crosses, are some of the more familiar chart patterns for market watchers. In this article, get a deeper understanding on how a golden cross forms and how it can be used to spot market trends changes.

How to buy and short Metro Bank shares

Metro Bank is the first UK high street bank to launch in over 100 years, but it has had a tumultuous beginning. If you’re interested in buying and shorting Metro Bank shares, you can learn more in this step-by-step guide.

How to buy coca-cola shares

Coca-Cola is the largest non-alcoholic beverage company in the world, and it owns some of the most recognisable drink brands. If you want to buy Coca-Cola shares, you can find out how in this step-by-step guide.

Top 100 bank stocks to watch

Your ultimate guide to bank stocks. We give you the ins and outs of the industry, explain how to invest and trade in bank shares, and outline the 100 largest banks in the world.

What are the key macroeconomic indicators to watch?

Macroeconomic indicators are a key part of fundamental analysis for traders, as they provide insight into the state of a country’s economy. Discover 11 macro indicators to watch and the most important indicators by country.

How to pick stocks

Picking the right stocks is essential to any share trader or investor’s success. We’ve put together a complete, step-by-step guide to help you choose the best stocks in your chosen market.

How to short the housing market and REITs

Shorting the housing market and real estate investment trusts (REITs) are common methods used to take advantage of declining real estate prices. Discover what it means to short the housing market and how you can get started.

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