Target Price

Target Price When an investor has bought a share, usually he has a higher price in mind which he expects the share to reach. This is the target price. It is wise in the long run to fix such a target price for every share bought and book profit when the share has reached it, rather than hold it indefinitely, hoping that the price will rise further. Most gains are made in the stock market by acting on the target price, as most losses are the result of holding on to a share in the hope that it has and endless possibility of appreciating

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