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How do I use TransparentShare? The new share app

Why is a share recommended for purchase? Is it really a good tip? Find out in 4 easy steps.
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The new share app: form your own opinion!

 

A friend, an acquaintance, a bank advisor, the television or the newspaper recommends buying a stock. Why is the share recommended for buy? Is it really a good tip?

Find out in 4 easy steps:

 

1. Open TransparentShare on your PC or smartphone

 

a) On the PC

Go to the website www.transparentshare.com and start the app with the 'Start' button.

b) On the smartphone

Download the app to your smartphone:

Then register for free with your email address or your Facebook or LinkedIn user.

2) Find your stock by using the search function

Can't find your share in the search? Then your share is not included in the free version of TransparentShare. The premium version contains around 500 German stocks (all DAX, MDAX, SDAX and CDAX stocks). You can find all available stocks on our website.

You can Test Premium free for 14 days and receive up-to-date e-mail notifications when shares are recommended for buying or selling. You can easily cancel Premium at any time at the end of the month.

3) Understand the valuation of the stock

A share is recommended for buying when

1. the rating reaches a certain number of points

and

2. The current share price is trading at least 10% below the 52-week high. We call this value the distance.

The rating of a share is calculated from the sum of 12 key figures. Each key figure can have the value +1, 0 or -1. A share recommended for purchase must have a total of at least 4 points (DAX) or 6 points (MDAX, SDAX).

The method of determining the key figures is based on the Levermann method, which Ms. Susan Levermann described in her book, "The relaxed way to wealth". Ms. Levermann's method was extended by TransparentShare.

You will find a detailed description of the evaluation here.

4) Make up your own mind

"If you follow the advice of brokers, you can ask a hairdresser if they recommend a new haircut.", Warren Buffet.

Nobody can predict whether a stock will rise or fall. There are no clairvoyants on the stock market! There are also no hot, guaranteed stock tips. If someone promises you a stock will definitely go up, you run away quickly. There are too many dubious providers. Often, the background for a stock recommendation is also not clear and understandable.

Use your common sense and decide what is right for you.

TransparentShare helps you to evaluate a share objectively.

The metrics we use are all publicly available and are presented in a simple and understandable way.

TransparentShare is not a clairvoyant either. Our recommendations are based solely on objective data. But stocks that are objectively valued well can also fall. You could see it in the VW share. The diesel scandal could not have been foreseen.

Nonetheless, from our point of view, stocks are currently the best alternative for increasing your money. However, the same applies here: You are not given high returns. In the long term you can achieve better returns with stocks than with fixed-term deposits or overnight deposits. Of course, exchange rate losses cannot be ruled out here either. In order to limit possible price losses, we recommend that you hedge your share purchases with a stop loss.

Test TransparentShare for free and make up your own mind:

Try it for free

 

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