I have been managing shares and funds for over 20 years, and since the beginning of my introduction to the stock markets, I have been through an organization named 'Young Shareholders'. There I learned how to handle investments in funds and shares. Something that clearly characterizes this time for a shareholder is the historical backdrop that always comes at this time of the year when most companies report quarterly reports with a lower margin or loss after the summer industry holiday as the industry has only gone half-speed in production. Smaller trading in the markets usually leads to market uncertainty and this explains why an investor knows and usually has a clear responsibility for taking precautions. There is a time in decline in stock market development this time every year, which means that many active managers and investors choose to engage in more in-depth analyzes of markets and shares outside their most common shares and security zone. http://giuelith.com