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A Challenge for Traditional Ways of Dealing in Stocks (Part 2)

12 November 2007 - Features - Editor

A Challenge for Traditional Ways of Dealing in Stocks (Part 1)

Leveling the Playing Field for Small Investors in Stocks

Democratic trading in stocks is severely restricted for small entities on both sides of the transaction divide. Owners and promoters find it difficult to understand and meet listing requirements in other countries, while retail investors are generally barred from trading in stocks listed in many foreign countries. It is ironical that even in this day and age most retail investors are limited to stocks listed in stock markets of their home countries. Large institutions have had field days in countries such as India, where dollar, yen, and Euro investments are welcomed, but where individual investors have been barred until now.

These kinds of inequalities cannot be allowed to last in the age of the Internet and screen-based trading. Financial institutions which take leads in bringing global stocks to the computers of investors anywhere are set to take over from national Exchanges. The latter may buy time by leveraging national government regulations on cross-border fund flows, but the day is on the horizon when a single individual at one point on the globe may buy and sell stocks oceans away. This trend will be healthy in business terms because it will drive all economies towards efficiencies, and will give investors much wider choices of stocks.

Precautions in Choosing New Intermediaries for Picking Stocks

Terrorism, insurgency, narcotics, and trafficking in children, are some of the nefarious world operations that also need and generate funds on large scales. Multi-lateral agencies and channels in stocks have to steer clear of such charges if they are to succeed. Global trading in stocks will be nipped in the bud if it works against the genuine interests of any country. That is why financial institutions involved in international transactions of stocks must be professionally managed, reputed, and fully resourced.

Crown Forex is based in Switzerland. It meets all legal obligations and is very careful about the antecedents of the funds in which it is involved. The company specializes in global finance, striving to meet the needs of fund seekers and those who want to find stocks in an impartial and even-handed way. The technical and financial analyses of this financial institution are top-grade and one of the main reasons for its prestigious and growing clientele. It is easy for anyone to open accounts with Crown Forex, and the company even offers demonstration accounts to help new clients.

 


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