Choosing Your Investment Platform: The Stockpick Whiz Kid

Choosing Your Investment Platform: The Stockpick Whiz Kid

Max Levin, MainStreet's Stockpick Whiz Kid, runs StockPick101.com, an online forum where the average person can post and comment about different investments and stocks.

 

NEW YORK (MainStreet) —When a stock market newbie opens an investment account, it is important that certain standards and personal preferences are met to allow the user to obtain a wider understanding of the stock market. It is necessary for all new investors to understand completely how their personal database works. Trading the stock market can make or break your financial security, and to many investors, their platform may be one of the their most valuable assets. There are some things that you should be conscious of and notice when picking your personal trading platform.

An investment platform is what anyone in the financial field uses to trade anything from currencies to stocks. Investors trade directly off of their portfolio platform which depicts graphs for the reading of past events, news, trading prices, option prices, and other valid information needed to make educational trades. On most platforms, information can be altered to the user’s preferences. Without the use of online platforms, new investors would be less informed, causing them to make uneducated decisions.

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Opening a trading account is generally an easy process. Anyone can open a trading platform, learn the business, and start making money. First, you create a profile within the selected platform operator, entering all banking information where the liquid funding is stored, and then linking both accounts. It takes a very short amount of time, and is very well worth it. If any help is needed, either call your bank or the specific trading platform you choose. They will be more than happy to guide you.

There are dozens of different companies that one could trust as a provider for their trading platform. Large operators such as Interactive Brokers,TD Ameritrade, E*TRADE, and Scottrade have earned a good reputation throughout the financial sector. There are a number of different companies that could be a plausible choice, sometimes making the experience a bit confusing. It is always recommended that you choose a large supplier with a team to support the database. The last thing that you need is for your trading platform to fail or freeze in a critical situation.