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Zero Fundamental Stocks Combat from Entry to Mastery (Flush Flush)
Publisher: 2017
Rong's introduction, "Zero Fundamentals from the Basics to the Proficiency (Flush Flush)" is aimed at zero-based readers. It systematically introduces the basic knowledge of stock investment, as well as the use methods and operating techniques of flush flush stocks software. There are 18 chapters in the "Zero Fundamental Stocks Combat from Entry to the Master (Flush)". Chapters 1 and 2 mainly introduce the stock's introductory knowledge, including the methods for new investors to open an account and the relevant knowledge of stocks. Chapters 3 to 9 mainly introduce how to use stock flushing software, including the use of flushing software, look at the market, fundamental analysis, technical analysis, K-line, market trend theoretical analysis, commonly used technical indicators, and so on. Chapters 10 to 13 mainly introduce the techniques and strategies of stock speculation, including actual stock selection techniques, buying and selling point grasping, capital strategy, following the main skills, and ultra-short-term, short-term, mid-term, and long-term investment strategies. Chapters 14 to 18 mainly introduce the practical methods of stock investment, including risk aversion, the rules of profit that investors must know, 10 tricks of slow cattle income, 10 tips of Buffett stock market, and how to use mobile phone and tablet computer stock market. The instructional CD included in "Zero Fundamentals from the Basic Skills to Getting Started (Flush Flush)" contains a lot of valuable learning resources to facilitate readers to learn. "Zero Fundamentals from the Basic Skills of Getting Started to Mastery (Flush Flush)" is suitable for the majority of stock investment enthusiasts to learn and use. It can also be used as a textbook or tutorial for college-related professional or stock investment training courses.
Chapter 1 Guide for New Investors to Open Accounts 1.1 Essential Knowledge for Stock Trading / 2 1.1.1 Basic Knowledge of Securities / 2 1.1.2 How to Make Money / 2 1.1.3 Time and Place of Stock Trading / 3 1.1.4 Need for Stock Trading Configured computer / 4 1.1.5 Smartphone / 6 1.1.6 Stock analysis and trading software / 6 1.1.7 Network / 9 1.2 Account opening procedures / 11 1.2.1 Selection of brokers / 11 1.2.2 What to prepare for account opening Materials / 12 1.2.3 Account opening in business hall and online business hall / 12 1.2.4 Mobile account opening / 13 1.2.5 Bank card and fund security / 15 1.3 Stock trading steps / 15 1.3.1 Entrustment procedures for stock trading / 15 1.3. 2 Entrustment methods and methods of stock trading / 16 1.3.3 Inconsistency between the commission price and the transaction price / 16 1.4 Detailed explanation of stock handling fees / 16 1.4.1 Fees for stock trading / 17 1.4.2 How to obtain low commissions / 17 1.4.3 Low commission is not weiyi / 18 1.5 Transfer and cancellation of accounts / 18 1.5.1 Procedures and precautions for transfer of securities / 18 1.5.2 Sales of securities / 19 Tips for private home cooking skills 1: How to improve the success rate of new shares / 19 Tips 2 : How to Make Stocks T ﹢ 0 Trading / 20 Chapter 2 Stock Related Knowledge 2.1 Understanding Stocks / 22 2.1.1 What is Stocks / 22 2.1.2 Features and functions of stocks / 22 2.2 Classification of stocks / 23 2.2.1 Classification by parity / 24 2.2.2 Classification by investment entities / 25 2.2.3 Classification by listing place / 25 2.2.4 By nature Classification / 26 2.2.5 ST shares and * ST shares / 27 2.2.6 Meaning of common stock codes / 27 2.3 Stock market and issuance of shares / 28 2.3.1 Securities institutions / 28 2.3.2 Why stock companies issue shares / 29 2.3 .3 What Are the Benefits of Stock Listing for Investors / 29 2.3.4 Issuance and Listing of Stocks / 29 2.3.5 Stock Prices and Values / 30 2.4 What Are the Differences Between Stocks and Bonds, Savings, and Funds / 30 2.4.1 Stocks and The difference between bonds / 30 2.4.2 The difference between stocks and savings / 31 2.4.3 The difference between stocks and funds / 32 2.5 Stock trading units / 32 2.5.1 ZUI small quote units / 32 2.5.2 ZUI small trading units / 33 2.6 Stock Index / 33 2.6.1 What is Stock Index / 33 2.6.2 SSE Index / 33 2.6.3 SZSE Index / 34 2.6.4 SSE 180 Index / 35 2.6.5 SSE 50 Index / 35 2.6.6 Shanghai and Shenzhen 300 index / 36 2.6.7 GEM index / 36 2.6.8 SME index / 36 2.6.9 Hang Seng index / 36 2.6.10 Other major indexes / 37 2.7 Common risks of stocks / 37 2.7. 1 Purchasing power risk / 37 2.7.2 Macroeconomic risk / 37 2.7.3 Policy risk / 37 2.7.4 Market risk / 38 2.7.5 Interest rate risk / 38 2.8 Common stock terms / 38 2.8.1 Bearish, bullish / 38 2.8 .2 Washing, longing, shorting / 38 2.8.3 Banker, main force / 39 2.8.4 Call auction, continuous auction / 39 2.8.5 Dividend, rights issue / 39 2.8.6 Ex-rights, ex-dividends, filling rights, discount rights / 39 2.8 .7 Equity registration date / 40 2.8.8 Price-earnings ratio, P / B ratio / 41 2.8.9 Primary market, secondary market / 41 2.8.10 Fundamental and technical aspects / 41 2.8.11 Bull and bear markets / 41 2.8.12 Daily limit board, daily limit board / 42 Expert private house cooking technique 1: Investor participation in collective bidding technique / 43 Technique 2: Shanghai and Shenzhen stock fund investment techniques / 44 Chapter 3 Flushing stocks with flush software 3.1 Understanding flushes / 46 3.2 Downloading and installing flushes software / 46 3.2.1 Download Flush / 46 3.2.2 Install Flush / 48 3.2.3 Flush Interface Introduction / 50 3.3 Basic Flush Operation / 56 3.3.1 Keyboard Wizard / 56 3.3.2 Shortcut Operation / 57 3.3.3 Function Tree / 58 3.4 Flush mobile phone stocks / 58 3.4.1 Features of Flush mobile phone stocks / 58 3.4.2 Enjoy unique features and Services / 59 3.5 Flush common functions / 59 3.5.1 Quick check of transaction details / 59 3.5.2 Price-volume distribution function / 60 3.5.3 Single-share panorama function / 61 3.5.4 Two-share comparison function / 64 3.5.5 Multi-window Kanban / 66 Master Private Kitchen Techniques 1: Six Rules for Individual Stock Selection / 67 Tip 2: How to Choose Dark Horse Stocks / 68 Chapter 4 Using Flush Software for Panning Stocks 4.1 Handicap Meaning / 70 4.2 Kline Chart / 72 4.3 Flush main interface view / 73 4.3.1 Market quotes / 74 4.3.2 K line trend / 75 4.4 Flush analysis menu / 81 4.4.1 Stock information / 81 4.4.2 Super handicap / 83 4.4.3 Multi Periodic chart / 84 4.4.4 Historical deals / 85 4.5 Time-share buy signal / 87 4.5.1 Two-line separation / 87 4.5.2 Average price support / 88 4.5.3 Breakthrough platform upwards / 89 4.5.4 Time-shared double Flat bottom / 90 4.5.5 hours and heads / shoulders bottom / 90 4.5.6 time and multiple bottoms / 92 4.5.7 V-point bottoms / 92 4.5.8 Breakout high / 93 4.5.9 Upper penetration closing line / 93 4.6 points Sell signal / 94 4.6.1 moving average pressure / 94 4.6.2 fell below the platform / 95 4.6.3 sharp opening at the opening / 96 4.6.4 share flat top / 96 4.6.5 symmetrical rise / 97 4.6.6 points Head and Shoulders Top / 98 Expert Private Kitchen Techniques 1: Time-sharing and K-line Column / 99 Tip 2: Comparison of two stocks and comparison of the broad market / 102 Chapter 5 Fundamental Analysis 5.1 Macroeconomic Analysis / 104 5.1.1 Economic Policy / 104 5.1.2 Economic Indicators / 107 5.1.3 Business Cycle / 109 5.1.4 Other factors / 110 5.2 Industry-level fundamental analysis / 111 5.2.1 Industry characteristics / 112 5.2.2 Industry market space / 114 5.2.3 Industry environment / 114 5.3 Enterprise-level fundamental analysis / 116 5.3.1 Customers and supply Quotient / 116 5.3.2 Competitors and potential competitors / 117 5.3.3 Management and strategy / 117 5.3.4 Business operation status / 118 5.4 Fundamental analysis misunderstandings / 122 5.4.1 Public opinion misleading / 122 5.4.2 Simple analogy / 123 5.4.3 Partially comprehensive / 123 Expert private kitchen skills: How to efficiently view the corporate annual report / 124 Chapter 6 Technical analysis 6.1 Common technical analysis / 126 6.1.1 Origin of technical analysis / 126 6.1.2 Technical analysis Key points / 126 6.2 Candle chart (K-line chart) theory / 129 6.3 Wave theory / 130 6.4 Gann theory / 130 6.5 Other related theories / 131 Expert private kitchen skills 1: You can fish big fish without looking at the dish every day / 132 Tip 2: Importance of operating philosophy and mentality / 132 Chapter 7 Quickly learn to understand K-line 7.1 K-line entry / 1 34 7.1.1 What is the K-line, K-line chart / 134 7.1.2 The role of the K-line chart / 136 7.2 A single K-line common in the stock market / 136 7.2.1 One-line / 136 7.2.2 Bald barefoot male line , Yin line / 137 7.2.3 T-line and inverted T-line / 138 7.2.4 Dayang line, Dayin line / 140 7.2.5 Doji / 141 7.2.6 Other common K-lines / 142 7.3 K in different technology cycles Line chart / 143 7.3.1 Hammer line pattern with long shadow and short entity / 143 7.3.2 Low-point propeller pattern after rapid decline / 144 7.3.3 Cross-shaped star bottom pattern after long overcast / 145 Expert private kitchen skills 1: Actively grasp the upward gap / 146 Technique 2: Carefully look at the daily decline of the K-line / 146 Chapter 8. Theoretical analysis of market trends 8.1 Three common trends in market trends / 148 8.2 Uptrend (long market) / 149 8.2.1 Market analysis / 149 8.2.2 Case analysis of trading points / 151 8.3 Downtrend (short market) / 152 8.3.1 Market analysis / 152 8.3.2 Case analysis of trading points / 153 8.4 Secondary trends (of the main trend Reverse market) / 154 8.4.1 Cabinet consolidation trend / 154 8.4.2 Volume analysis / 155 8.5 Trend line / 156 8.5.1 Pressure line / 156 8.5.2 Support line / 156 8.6 Trend Defects in the theory / 157 Tips for master chefs: How to confirm the effective breakthrough of the trend line / 158 Tip 2: Select stocks according to the market trend / 158 Chapter 9 Master the commonly used technical indicators 9.1 Common indicators / 160 9.1.1 Deviation rate indicator (BIAS) / 160 9.1.2 Bollinger Bands Indicator (BOLL) / 161 9.1.3 William Overbought Oversold Indicator (W & R) / 162 9.2 Index Smoothing Similarity and Difference Moving Average (MACD) / 164 9.2.1 MACD Pattern / 164 9.2.2 MACD Golden Cross / 164 9.2.3 MACD Dead Cross / 165 9.2.4 MACD Deviation / 166 9.3 Stochastic Index (KDJ) / 168 9.3.1 KDJ Value / 170 9.3.2 KDJ Golden Cross / 170 9.3. 3 KDJ Death Crossing / 171 9.3.4 KDJ Double Golden Crossing / 172 9.4 Display of Common Indicators in Bull Markets / 173 Expert Private Kitchen Skills 1: Use Indicators to Seek the True Bottom / 174 Tip 2: Use MACD Indicators / 174 Chapter 10 Selection Practical combat techniques 10.1 Several common stock selection methods / 176 10.1.1 Stock selection through fundamentals / 176 10.1.2 Stock selection through technical / 177 10.1.3 Stock selection through news / 177 10.1.4 Stock selection through conditions / 177 10.2 Fundamental stock selection / 177 10.2.1 F10 stock selection method / 177 10.2.2 Financial data stock selection method / 179 10. 3 Technical stock selection / 180 10.3.1 MACD Golden Fork stock selection / 180 10.3.2 BOLL offline rail stock selection / 181 10.3.3 Multi-technology index resonance / 183 10.4 News stock selection / 183 10.4.1 Industry conforms to the market Expectations / 184 10.4.2 Increased policy support / 184 Expert private kitchen skills 1: Pay attention to listed stocks / 185 Tip 2: Follow the famous business department to buy stocks / 186 Chapter 11 Mastery of buying and selling points and funding strategies 11.1 How the stock moves Common features / 188 11.1.1 Obvious bottom shape / 188 11.1.2 Technical shape has strong bottom / 190 11.1.3 Strong trend / 191 11.1.4 Theme hotspot / 192 11.1.5 High turnover rate / 192 11.2 Buying and selling point selection / 193 11.2.1 Buying at a relatively low point / 193 11.2.2 Selling at a relatively high point / 195 11.3 Top escape technique / 195 11.3.1 Escape from the news surface / 195 11.3.2 Via the technical surface Analysis of top escape / 198 11.4 Funding strategy / 211 11.4.1 Funding strategy of 10,000 ~ 100,000 yuan / 211 11.4.2 Funding strategy of 100,000 ~ 2 million yuan / 212 11.4.3 Funding strategy of more than 2 million yuan / 212 Master private dish Skills: Three Peaks / 213 Chapter 12 The Secret of the Main Force and Follow the Main Skills 12.1 Identify the Main Handicap Language / 216 12.2 Follow the Main Force: Discover the Main Force High attracting characteristics / 218 12.2.1 Volume increase versus upside down / 218 12.2.2 Shrinkage increase / 219 12.2.3 Slowly pushing up the stock price / 220 12.3 Main common dishwashing methods / 221 12.3.1 Horizontal dishwashing / 222 12.3.2 Short-term plunge washing / 222 12.3.3 Intraday shock positions / 223 12.4 Common shipping methods of main force / 223 12.4.1 Shock shipments / 224 12.4.2 Raising shipments / 225 Expert private kitchen skills 1: Similarities and Differences of Washing and Shipment / 225 Tip 2: Is the message supposed to be / 227 Chapter 13 Ultra-short-term, short-term, mid-term, and long-term investment strategies 13.1 Look at the short-term minutes / 230 13.1.1 Seize the opportunity of fluctuations / 230 13.1.2 1 minute line and 5 minute line / 230 13.2 Short-term view of the daily line / 231 13.2.1 Follow the news or the big trend (the broad market trend) / 232 13.2.2 Fast-in and fast-out / 232 13.2.3 Pay attention to the principle of strong leader / 234 13.3 Mid-period or weekly / 235 13.3.1 Grasp industry trends and stock indexes / 235 13.3.2 Ambush periodic stocks / 235 13.2.3 Follow up-trend stocks / 235 13.4 Long-term monthly or annual lines / 236 13.4.1 Long-term investment should pay attention to the economic situation of guojia / 236 13.4.2 Stocks depend on industry and economic data / 237 Expert private kitchen skills 1: Look at the short-term 5 Method / 238 Tip 2: Technical Indicators Commonly Used by Short-term Experts / 238 Chapter 14 Investor Risk Evasion 14.1 Common Risks in the Stock Market / 240 14.2 Systemic Risks and Evasion / 240 14.2.1 Impact of Inflation on the Stock Market—Inflation-Free Bull Market / 240 14.2.2 The pressure of monetary policy tools on the stock market / 242 14.2.3 Business operating risks and evasion methods / 242 14.2.4 Theme temptations and traps / 243 14.2.5 Impact of economic transformation on the industry / 244 14.3 Risk / 246 14.4 Other risks / 247 Expert private house techniques 1: Impact of major shareholder reductions on stocks / 248 Technique 2: Impact of the "two sessions" on the securities market / 248 Chapter 15 The rules of profit that shareholders must know 15.1 A few tips / 250 15.1.1 Strict enforcement of discipline / 250 15.1.2 Do not expect a good position of ZUI / 251 15.1.3 Trend is king / 251 15.1.4 Related stock building method / 252 15.1.5 Seize the opportunity of oversold / 252 15.1.6 Keep the fruits of victory / 253 15.2 The four best tricks for master stocks / 253 15.2.1 The best tricks for chasing strong stocks / 253 15.2.2 The best tricks for chasing oversold rebounds / 257 15.2.3 The best tricks to find technical indicators / 258 15.2. 4 Tricks to use the classic form / 258 Master private room Dish tricks: collective auction trading techniques / 260 Chapter 16 Slow Cow Income 10 strokes 16.1 The first stroke: long-term stock selection to see the monthly line / 262 16.2 The second stroke: the monthly profit-taking investment strategy / 263 16.3 The third stroke: according to the month Line grab rebound / 264 16.4 The 4th move: Buying bull stocks based on weekly trading / 265 16.5 The 5th move: Weekly take profit / 266 16.6 The 6th move: Chaoyang industry priority selection / 267 16.7 The 7th move: Choosing the longest bull in financial statements Shares / 268 16.8 The eighth move: bold investment and restructuring stocks / 270 16.9 The ninth move: unpopular stocks have a large potential / 271 16.10 The tenth move: Outstanding blue chips do not let go / 273 Chapter 17 Buffett's 10 moves 17.1 The first move: focus Enterprise / 276 17.2 The second trick: safety first / 276 17.3 The third trick: knowing ourselves / 276 17.4 The fourth trick: focus on business / 277 17.5 The fifth trick: outstanding performance / 277 17.6 The sixth trick: focus on management / 277 17.7 7th move: market principles / 277 17.8 8th move: wise investment / 278 17.9 9th move: concentrated investment / 278 17.10 10th move: long-term investment / 278 Chapter 18 Mobile Phone and Tablet Stocks 18.1 Commonly used trading and trading APPs / 280 18.2 APP registration and login / 282 18.2.1 Download and install APP / 282 18.2.2 Registration and login / 283 18.2.3 disk Information and Optional Share / 284 simulated trading 18.3 / 285 18.4 Notes on phone stocks / private kitchens tips 286 master 1: daily limit stock trading tips / 287 Tip 2: The stock market some sort of relief techniques 5/288

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