A noticeable trend to those who are familiar with the stock market. There are two groups of people. The traders and the investors. If you thrive in volatility and frequently ride onto positive momentum with the aim of making a short term profit, then you are a trader. If you look more into the balance sheet of a company and is willing to hold on to your position for medium to long term than you are an investor. There is no right and wrong in this two positions, but rather there are differences in perception.

Investors accept the efficient market hypothesis(EMH) which suggest that no investor will have any advantage in predicting a return on a stock price as no one has access to information not already available to everyone else. Traders on the other hand rejects this.

Traders treat stocks as a medium to be exchanged for profits, which …