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Get Familiar With Stock Exchanges And How They Work

Understanding the major stock exchanges and how they work is important for a stock broker or investor to make successful trades because most stocks are bought or sold on exchanges. Very different from the Forex market, the stock exchange is a place where stock brokers and traders can buy and sell shares, securities, and bonds. There are two types of stock exchanges; physical and virtual.
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