UK Accounting Glossary
A stock market letter is a term used to describe a stock advisory newsletter. A stock market letter can be designed to help increase an investor’s profits or to increase an investor’s understanding and knowledge of the market. A stock market letter can be paper (hard copy) or a stock market letter can be faxed to clients, or, as is probably more common today, a stock market letter may be emailed to subscribers or made available online. An emailed or web-based stock market letter has the advantage of timeliness; information can be emailed or uploaded in almost real-time, providing the investor with the most up-to-the-minute information possible. The success, or accuracy, of the predictions or information provided in a stock market letter, can really only be assessed in hindsight, by comparing predictions with actual market results.
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This glossary post was last updated: 5th February 2020.