Basics of trading - Reiman Group

Training at the Reiman Group

Today you have a huge choice of training options. You can learn the profession of a trader on different courses, seminars and webinars, both face-to-face and remotely.

Reiman Group will give a systematic view and allow you to build a coherent and logical relationship in different areas of knowledge related to trading and investing.

Exchange is a place of transactions between buyers and sellers, most often using the services of intermediaries. Such intermediaries at the exchange represent the interests of both producers of goods and owners of securities, and the interests of their buyers.

Structure of the Stock Market

It is an organized market with rules of perfect competition. Prices are formed solely under the influence of supply and demand and are published daily. Their fixing with the subsequent publication is made at the beginning and at the end of the working day. All market participants are offered the same conditions for making transactions and trading operations. All market participants are subject to the same rules, which are set at the exchange. Exchange transactions are conducted on the principle of an auction for buying and selling raw materials, goods, securities and currency.

The main feature of stock trading

Exchange trading does not imply the physical presence of traded goods and securities at the time of the transaction. The availability in warehouses of goods of appropriate quality and in sufficient quantity, as well as securities in banks with title to them, is confirmed by appropriate documents.

The benefits of trading on the exchange are for all parties to the transactions:
  • Suppliers on the exchange sell their goods profitably.
  • Buyers have free access to information about products and prices, and are able to take advantage of free competition between sellers.
  • Market players receive commissions for their trades.

Pros and cons for working in trading

Traders are divided into professional and non-professional market participants. Professional traders must have certificates from the Federal Financial Markets Service, which has now been abolished and its powers have been transferred to the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.

Professional traders must have a specialized education. The difference between a professional trader and a non-professional trader is that a professional trader is completely independent in his decisions. On the one hand it is more risky, but on the other hand the result of the activity depends exclusively on the professional trader.

  • With luck and professionalism there is an opportunity to make a lot of money.
  • Independence (for a professional trader).
  • The excitement of constant play.
  • The risk of loss.
  • The attitude of citizens to traders as unscrupulous persons and speculators.
  • High emotional tension.

Training in the Reiman Group

Nowadays, there are many different educational institutions that specialize in training for the trading profession, including training courses, seminars, webinars and so on. The Reiman Group provides you with the necessary materials and knowledge for you to successfully master trading.