Pre-market Equities

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How do pre-market equities work?
Invest in stocks before the market opens
A pre-market stock's average
Make a detailed strategy
Pre-market equity facts and figures

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How do pre-market equities work?

There is a hot, but little-known, way to invest in stocks. These investments are not for the average trader. Most have no idea that this strategy even exists. The returns—as much as 300%—are significant enough to generate income and wealth for those who have taken the time to study and master this strategy. More importantly, you can use Pre-market Equities to sleep better at night because you know that anything you lose on the market will be returned to you when you close your position.


Invest in stocks before the market opens

Pre-market trading allows you to purchase stock before the start of regular trading hours. Regular trading hours are typically 9:30 am until 4 pm EST. Pre-market trades differ in that you can trade during any time of the day due to the way NASDAQ is set up. This is great for those who use technical analysis when making your decisions on when to buy or sell as you may be able to see some major movements as they happen. Having access to this data can help you make a decision based on what information actually moves the market instead of basing it on what may just be noise in the market.


A pre-market stock's average

Pre-market stock is a reference to shares of stock that are issued on the open market before they start trading. It refers to companies that have gone public, with an initial offering of shares, but still have not started regular trading.
Pre-market equities were the first shares of a company sold to the general public. Because they were the first, they had the best prices. If you buy outside of the normal trading day, sometimes it is referred to as pre-market stock, which still may be at a cheaper price than afterhours.
  • Make a detailed strategy

    If you buy the stock before the market opens, you will be paying a higher price. However if you buy your stock after the market closes, you are paying the lowest price because by then all of the gains and losses have been calculated for that day. It is more advantageous to buy stock after the market closes just make sure you plan it through and know what you should do if there was a sudden drop in share prices. Do not risk anything more than you can afford to lose!
  • Pre-market equity facts and figures

    Pre-market equities refers to the stocks that are making their first trade and are just now open for investors to buy or sell. These stocks are available at a lower price than during normal trading, making them more affordable for investors looking to make a quick profit.