Brief History of eBay
eBay is a platform that was set up for auctioning off items and collectibles. It was founded by Pierre Omidyar on September 3, 1995, with its headquarters in San Jose, California. Today, it is popular as an online shopping porters where buyers can buy several items and products.
Trading eBay: What You Need to Know
The major revenue of eBay comes from fees charged for services, VAT, Product listings, add-ons to shipping fees and commissions on products sold on the eBay website. eBay issued its IPO on September 21, 1998, at $18 per share and on that same day realized over 150% appreciation in share price. eBay has consistently enjoyed an upward surge in share price since its inception.
Ebay trading services requires careful analysis of the market condition and what the fundamental indicators are showing. Putting this together alongside a good technical analysis acumen will guarantee success trading the eBay stocks.
What are the details that come with the EBay Trading Signals?
Just like every other stocks that we have talked about, the signals for EBay trading service is sent with the entry price, stop loss and take profit. We give trade commentaries supported with charts and analysis why we are taking the trade either for a sell or buy depending on our analysis of the market.
At Nys Trading our eBay trading strategy services involves analyzing both fundamental and technical factors that can affect the share price of eBay and making wise trading decision whether to sell or buy the stock.
If the signal is not clear enough, we stand as side because we understand that not taking a position is a position in itself. A proper combination of these two analysis will give trade signals with high probability of yielding profit.
Are these Trades Pending or Instant?
The Signal for EBay trading services might be a pending order or an instant order depending on how our market analysts view and analyze the market. Either way, whether it is a pending order or instant order, we will send all necessary details such as the entry price, stop loss and take profit and our subscribers can manually take the trade on their respective platforms.
What is the Risk-Reward Ratio like for EBay Trading Signals Services?
Our stops for Ebay trading signals is usually not more than 100 points from entry price, and our risk reward ratio is most times 1:3 or 1: 4 depending on the market trend and our entry point.
Are there Updates on the Signals?
Yes!! We send an update if there is any need to adjust an open position or even delete a pending order before it is triggered. At times we may decide to lock profit, cut losses; on any of these occasions, we will send updates to intimate our subscribers of this development.
All in all, it is recommended that proper money management should be put in place in our eBay trading services and in all our signals as this is the only guarantee to success trading with us.