Level 2: The Best in Financial Trading

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Before the internet revolution hit the market stock trading used to be preserve of a privileged group of financial professionals.

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The advent of broadband, real-time data and trading platforms heralded a massive change to the market – more and more power was placed in the hands of private investors with each new technological step-forward.

Knowledge is power, and when it comes to the market nothing can provide private investors with more knowledge than Level 2 data.

ADVFN gives a detailed explanation about how Level 2 works and why it is an invaluable tool for trading.

Allowing investors to see what other people want to buy and sell, as well as the price and number of shares they want, Level 2 is one of the key tools for generating profit.

By watching trades live and direct via Level 2 investors now have access to an invaluable understanding of exactly what is going on in the market. Traders with Level 2 can see what stocks are rising fast or sinking like a stone, giving them a significant advantage over traders who don’t have Level 2 data in front of them.

Trying to trade without Level 2 would be like trying to win the 2013 British Grand Prix in a car from 1923; infuriating, messy and ultimately futile.

The lesson for investors is simple; use Level 2 or lose out.

Register and subscribe to Level 2 here, or ring our support number: 020 7070 0961 for a 4 week free trial, quoting: ADVFN Newspaper Level 2.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR FREE ON ADVFN, the world's leading stocks and shares information website, provides the private investor with all the latest high-tech trading tools and includes live price data streaming, stock quotes and the option to access 'Level 2' data on all of the world's key exchanges (LSE, NYSE, NASDAQ, Euronext etc).

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  1. jaffabottom says:

    indeed, this is certainly interesting!

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