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24-08-2021, 15:30
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How to Buy Stocks (for Beginners)
When you buy stocks, you are buying a small part of company. Twenty years ago, stocks were primarily bought with the advice of a stockbroker. Nowadays, anyone with a computer can buy or sell stocks with brokerage firm. If you are new to buying stocks, you may feel overwhelmed. But, with a little knowledge, you can buy your own stocks and make money from your investments.
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13-08-2021, 01:10
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How to Buy Shares in Chinese Companies
China’s emerging market can be attractive to foreign investors. However, the Chinese market is regulated in specific ways that restrict how foreign investors can purchase stock in Chinese companies. Nevertheless, multiple options are available to those who would like to gain direct and/or indirect exposure to Chinese stock markets.
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16-07-2021, 23:10
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How to Switch Stock Brokers
If you're dissatisfied with your current broker, you might have thought about opening an account with another broker who has lower fees or better customer service. At the same time, it might seem like a hassle to transfer your investments from your old stockbroker to your new one. However, with most investments, you can do a simple in-kind transfer and move all of your assets at once.
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16-06-2021, 05:50
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How to Trade Stocks Online
Trading stocks online seems complicated and confusing when you’re just getting started, but with research and careful strategizing, it can become simple and even enjoyable. With the right plan, online trading can help you earn money from the comfort of your own home.
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3-05-2021, 14:40
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How to Issue Stock
Corporations issue shares of stock to raise money for their business. The shares that are issued represent the amount of money invested by the shareholders in the company. Shareholders have an ownership stake in the company and enjoy certain rights such as voting rights and the receipt of dividends. Therefore it is very important to consider how to issue stock when organizing your
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31-03-2021, 13:40
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How to Choose Stocks
So you've decided you want to invest in stocks. Where do you begin? More importantly, how do you choose the stocks to invest in? Choosing stocks can be frightening but as long as you have information and tools, you can confidently pick stocks. Get information from the companies themselves, the SEC or the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Or get information and tools from your stockbroker.
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8-02-2021, 14:10
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How to Buy Penny Stocks Without a Broker
A penny stock, also known as a "micro-cap stock” , is a publicly-traded stock with a very low price per share, usually under five dollars, sometimes less than a dollar (hence the name "penny" stock). They are typically issued by small, less-established companies.
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23-11-2020, 20:00
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How to Build a Stock Portfolio
The stock market and its potential for risk intimidates many people. Nonetheless, a well-built stock portfolio is likely to outperform other investments over time. It is possible to build a stock portfolio alone, but a qualified financial planner can help. Knowing your goals and your willingness to take risks in advance, as well as understanding the nature of the market, can help you
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13-11-2020, 04:10
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How to Sell Delisted Shares
To be listed on a major stock exchange, such as NASDAQ or the New York Stock Exchange, a company must meet certain requirements, such as trading at a minimum share price and making financial disclosures promptly. Failure to meet these requirements results in the shares being delisted. If you own delisted shares, you can still sell them on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB) or
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5-11-2020, 18:40
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How to Calculate Historical Stock Volatility
Stock volatility is just a numerical indication of how variable the price of a specific stock is. However, stock volatility is often misunderstood. Some think it refers to risk involved in owning a particular company's stock. Some assume it refers to the uncertainty inherent in owning a stock. Neither is the case. For investors it represents an important measure of how desirable it is