360° Coverage : Hawk Stock Trading Reaches a 2013 Target of +25%

Hawk Stock Trading Reaches a 2013 Target of +25%

Nov 4 2013, 8:34am CST | by PR.com

Houston, TX, November 04, 2013 --(PR.com)-- At the close of the trading day on October 17, 2013 the Hawk Stock Trading plan reached a minimum desired yearly goal of +25% using the Economically Trading Profit Chart tool.

The tool is used independently of any trading platform to assist a stock trader in determining “How many shares of a stock to buy?” and a Free Trial Sample of the tool is available for download from the website HawkStockTrading.com

Simplicity and flexibility of the tool allows for a trading plan to be developed by a novice based upon the day, week, month, or year. Changing a trading plan from one time frame to another is a simple matter of copying/pasting and renaming one file.

For a novice to the stock trading world, it is important to have a trading plan, goals, and awareness of the risks involved when stock trading. The Hawk Stock Trading website focuses on the needs of the novice with posts of real trading results and is worth a visit.

Contact Information:
Hawk Stock Trading
Bob Childers
281-467-6084
Contact via Email
hawkstocktrading.com
The preferred method of contact is by email.

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