• Should I start investing to make money?

    Hi, I was wondering if anyone with experience investing could help me with this. I was considering getting into investing in the stock market, but I don't know the first thing. I'm only 19, and I'm purely interested as a way to make money for rent, bills, personal expenses, etc, but I'm not sure if... show more
    Hi, I was wondering if anyone with experience investing could help me with this. I was considering getting into investing in the stock market, but I don't know the first thing. I'm only 19, and I'm purely interested as a way to make money for rent, bills, personal expenses, etc, but I'm not sure if this is even the right path to pursue. I'm sure others have gone through this dilemma before, so if anyone out there has any advice to offer, it would be much appreciated. Thank you.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do I buy stock ASAP?

    Specifically amazon, tesla, and hulu. Don't question why. just give a way to invest asap
    Specifically amazon, tesla, and hulu. Don't question why. just give a way to invest asap
    16 answers · 3 days ago
  • Saving /paying for surgery?

    I want a breast reduction... I'm sure I CAN'T get it free so I'll pay. They're very uncomfortable (DD...i might fit an E) and I have thought about it for a long time - but that's not the point. I'm going university next year and I plan on getting the surgery in summer holidays(enough time to... show more
    I want a breast reduction... I'm sure I CAN'T get it free so I'll pay. They're very uncomfortable (DD...i might fit an E) and I have thought about it for a long time - but that's not the point. I'm going university next year and I plan on getting the surgery in summer holidays(enough time to recover I suppose) and then use my part time job to pay for it? Or should I just wait until university ends and then use my credit card... Then pay for it. I know I ask for advice, but don't lecture me about it being a bad idea... I'm very sure of my decision and it's for me only.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • What should i name my Company? Finance?

    My company engages in Stock trading and I financially advise my clients. When naming my business what should I name it? should I use Investments as the end, or should i use Financial group? or does this matter? For example..... BlueLand Financial vs BlueLand Investments......in the future I hope to get into real... show more
    My company engages in Stock trading and I financially advise my clients. When naming my business what should I name it? should I use Investments as the end, or should i use Financial group? or does this matter? For example..... BlueLand Financial vs BlueLand Investments......in the future I hope to get into real estate as well and maybe other business ventures.
    4 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Why sell GE shares NOW?

    Best answer: No way.

    GE is a buy at 18 bucks a share.

    Yes they have just cut their dividend but it will come back and do will the stock price.


    Btw I paid 26 bucks a share for my GE stock this summer.
    Best answer: No way.

    GE is a buy at 18 bucks a share.

    Yes they have just cut their dividend but it will come back and do will the stock price.


    Btw I paid 26 bucks a share for my GE stock this summer.
    13 answers · 6 days ago
  • Should I buy and sell stocks often?

    In order to gain more profits, should I sell my stocks and buy new ones and then sell those again when it's high? In a short period of time (<1 year)?
    In order to gain more profits, should I sell my stocks and buy new ones and then sell those again when it's high? In a short period of time (<1 year)?
    15 answers · 6 days ago
  • IS THERE ARE A LARGE RISK BY INVESTING MONEY BY BUYING BITCOINS?

    A broker is trying to persuade me it's a great investment. He obviously has a vested interest as he would earn commission on any profit made, but is his suggested investment a sound idea?
    A broker is trying to persuade me it's a great investment. He obviously has a vested interest as he would earn commission on any profit made, but is his suggested investment a sound idea?
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Probably a silly question but please?

    Best answer: The stock doesn't have to be worth anything for you to maintain ownership. Even if it goes down to $0, you still don't relinquish any ownership. If it goes back up, you still have your stake, because you still have your original shares, so you don't have to buy new ones to have the stake that you... show more
    Best answer: The stock doesn't have to be worth anything for you to maintain ownership. Even if it goes down to $0, you still don't relinquish any ownership.

    If it goes back up, you still have your stake, because you still have your original shares, so you don't have to buy new ones to have the stake that you already have.

    And there is no "certificate". Brokers keep records electronically instead.
    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • How could stock price be negative?

    I’m looking at a company for which 1,000 shares of their stock will cost $-.40. How??? I’m so confused. (Yes, I’m new to this.) is this something worth getting? I mean, it can only go up from here, right?
    I’m looking at a company for which 1,000 shares of their stock will cost $-.40. How??? I’m so confused. (Yes, I’m new to this.) is this something worth getting? I mean, it can only go up from here, right?
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is savings account an investment?

    20 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is someones "net worth" comprised of?

    Best answer: To put it simply, net worth is what you own minus what you owe. So, yes, cash and non-cash assets are included in the "own" side of the equation.
    Best answer: To put it simply, net worth is what you own minus what you owe. So, yes, cash and non-cash assets are included in the "own" side of the equation.
    11 answers · 6 days ago
  • How important is Credit in this country????

    Just curious because my dad was telling me that in this country having good credit is literally everything...you cant get a car, a house or even a simple cellphone without getting a credit check...My question is how important is it really? My dad's credit is very good not sure on what it is exactly but he's... show more
    Just curious because my dad was telling me that in this country having good credit is literally everything...you cant get a car, a house or even a simple cellphone without getting a credit check...My question is how important is it really? My dad's credit is very good not sure on what it is exactly but he's never had issues with it and has always been financially responsible...Im almost 26 and my score is at 752 its been going up but very slowly i have in total like 3 credit cards and only use 2. Lets say if i wanted to go to the bank and get a loan to buy a car do you think i can get a good loan with low interests or should i just have my dad co sign? and i also heard if you take out a loan you your credit score drops is that true?
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Taxes in stock market?

    so i invest in the stock market with 10000 by the end of the month i gained 2 k profit . how much is the tax > and how can i pay it.
    so i invest in the stock market with 10000 by the end of the month i gained 2 k profit . how much is the tax > and how can i pay it.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • How is the percentage fall or rise for a stock calculated?

    Best answer: Last trade of the prior day is used., called the closing price After hours trading is ignored or shown. New York Stock Exchange, for example, closes at 4PM. (Trade price recorded minus closing trade price at yesterday's close) divided by closing trade price at yesterday's close. After hours trading uses the... show more
    Best answer: Last trade of the prior day is used., called the closing price After hours trading is ignored or shown. New York Stock Exchange, for example, closes at 4PM.
    (Trade price recorded minus closing trade price at yesterday's close) divided by closing trade price at yesterday's close.
    After hours trading uses the closing trade at 4PM that occurred earlier.

    GOOGL (Alphabet Class A voting stock) Nov 16 10:15:49 AM $1,043.77 Change +7.36 (+0.71%) closed 4PM Nov 15 at $1036.41
    GOOG (Alphabet Class C non-voting) Nov 16 10:19:53 AM $1,028.10 Change +7.19 (+0.7%) closed 4PM Nov 15 at $1020.91
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    5 answers · 4 days ago