Supply and Demand – the fundamental cause of market movements
It’s easy for beginners to get caught up in exciting new words and to explore the intricacies of Fibonacci Bollinger exponential moving parabolic resistance zones, but perhaps equally important is asking yourself the question: what actually makes the price go up and down?
Taking this view not only gives you a better understanding of the financial system, but it also gives you a better understanding of how all other strategies work.
Supply:
Supply is a term used to describe how much of something there is in existence, how many shares in a particular stock for example, how many government bonds have been issued, or how many units of currency there are in circulation. Supply is always finite. There is a limited number of shares in Apple. You can’t keep buying them infinitely, even if you had the money; eventually there won’t be any more to buy and you will own 100% of it! If you study economics, you’ll be familiar with a supply and demand diagram. In this case, the supply is fixed. It doesn’t matter how high or low the price is, the supply is always the same, as shown by the diagram.
Demand:
Demand represents how much…
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