buying signal

buying signal

a statement by a BUYER which indicates that he or she is interested in buying.
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But, when the Coppock indicator starts rising while the numbers are still negative, the buying signal it gives will be correct more than 90 per cent of the time.
A buying signal is anything a person will say or do to indicate that they are ready to buy," says Brooks.
When a buying signal is given by a prospective customer, you should immediately stop selling and start to close the sale.
When the buying signal occurs -- verbal or non-verbal -- the next move is yours.
When a buying signal is flashed to a professional sales person, he switches from selling and starts to close the sale.
Historically, if you get below the average cost it has been a good buying signal.
These buying signals tell you where the customer is in their thought process and suggest that it may be a good time to attempt a.
Salespeople rarely get enough buying signals to be certain about where their prospect is in the buying process.