When did day trading start on the stock market?

Answer The idea of day trading was born in 1971, when electronic communication networks helped speed the process of buying and selling stock. It was not until 1997, with access to the Internet and online ... Read More »

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When does stock market trading start?

The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York City opens at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time, Monday through Friday. The Exchange is closed on major U.S. holidays, including Martin Luther King... Read More »

What time does trading start on the stock market?

The United States stock market begins trading when the New York Stock Exchange opens for trading at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, Monday through Friday, as of January 2010. It does not open on w... Read More »

What Time does the Stock Market start trading?

The merge of NYSE Group, Inc., and Euronext N.V. on April 4, 2007, introduced the largest and most diversified group of financial services in the world. NYSE Euronext, as it is now called, begins s... Read More »

What Is Pre-market Stock Trading?

Most people think that trading can only be done during the hours of the stock market, but investors with the right software can engage in special stock trading sessions early in the morning before ... Read More »