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Hello people i am relatively new to stock buying and trading can you tell me, which is the best stock trading website and where can i find good bargain and value stocks, i am aware that market is at its all time high, but recent trade war and fall in DJIA and Nasdaq must have created some bargains.

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5 hours ago, Pjoshi said:

Hello people i am relatively new to stock buying and trading can you tell me, which is the best stock trading website and where can i find good bargain and value stocks, i am aware that market is at its all time high, but recent trade war and fall in DJIA and Nasdaq must have created some bargains.

Thank you

Hi @Pjoshi, I would be wary of sites that simply pump certain stocks, there is often an ulterior motive. 

Good advice from @TrendFollower though there are sites that do screen for stocks that have been oversold and might be considered a bargain but you would have to weed out those that were oversold for good reason. 

Have a look at these two sites, they look to be free to register for lists of companies that have popped up on various screeners and check through TF's list above to see if they really are a bargain, I would experiment on demo for a while before thinking of risking any real money.

Also check out @rimmy2000 post on using the IG screener.

Let us know how you get on.

http://www.thegreedytrader.com/StockScreenerOverboughtOversold.aspx  

https://www.stockmonitor.com/stock-screener/oversold-momentum-rising/

 

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