We offer a number of free trading tools for registered users at Bullbearings that can help focus your trading by providing lots of useful data. Whether you are seeking the latest information on specific shares or historical data via stock charts, our trading tools can help to make those purchase or sell decisions in your virtual stocks & shares, spread betting, CFD or FX trading portfolio.
Below we provide an introduction to the forex and stock trading tools available at Bullbearings, including technical charts, stock data and quotes, FX and Spread research, company histories, and more. The more sophisticated of these portfolio investment tools are only available to registered members (you can sign up here), but market news and reports, expert analysts insight on recommended stocks and stock research are available to all visitors.
Some of the more popular trading tools on Bullbearings are:
Members can Use our interactive charting tools to view charts of companies and indices and to plot key indicators. Chart Styles covered include:
Line, Area and Logarithmic Charts - Which plot share prices
HL, OHLC and Candlestick Charts - which plot price points and events
Moving Averages and Bollinger Band Overlays
Technical Indicators - A range of indicators are displayed underneath the price charts, such as volumes, money flow, rate of change, RiskGrade, EPS etc.
You can set up an alert on any stock so that you will be emailed as soon as the trigger you have specified has been met. You can specify any number of alerts and on a variety of a stock's parameters.
The colours represent the day's mid percentage change for FTSE 100 stocks and enable rapid identification of falling or rising stocks.
Shows recent trades by Bullbearings members. Find out what overall BullBearings trader activity is in the last few days with a named stock. Do you want to bet against the prevailing sentiment or go with the flow?
Up to the minute forex information With currency pair data on price movements (in pips) and historical bidding and asking rates.
You can add up to 10 stocks to a watch list, allowing you to study the performance of a company before deciding on whether to trade the stock.
They say “breaking up is hard to do” but in financial market break-ups spinoffs can be very profitable and give companies a new lease of life.
A spinoff is the creation of an independent company or in some cases more than one company through the sale or distribution of new shares of an existing listed company to shareholders holding the parent company at a certain date.
Three years ago I came up with the concept for a investment-focused podcast for the ShareTalk website I work on, called Conkers' Corner after my Twitter handle of @conkers3, and five months ago the first recording was made. Below are some of the lessons I have learned or have been reinforced during these years.
The concept of Conkers' Corner is very simple yet extremely educational and beneficial for all: the participants in the podcasts and interviews since I started in May 2016 have included shrewd investors/traders, ISA millionaires, high net worth individuals, business leaders, CEOs, highly respected fund managers and investment writers.
There’s a great debate in the financial industry about which type of analysis produces the best results for traders - is it better to be a technical trader or to rely on the fundamentals?
Is there a common ground between the two? We’ve all heard the phrase All roads lead to Rome. In this article we’ll explore whether this applies to the financial markets.
Graham Spooner, investment research analyst at the Share Centre, picks three top shares among the most popular purchases by equities clients in the last seven days.