Friday, April 15th, 2016

i want to start trading stock online, but don’t know where to start?

alg? n advice? ? Qu? I guess I’m thinking when opening an account at a site l trade in? line, the purchase of a value in d? dollars of shares, waiting for a month, and sells for 100 days? dollars if it goes up enough. . . It is this reality, or even the purchase of 100 d? Dollars of shares and selling them for 200-300. S? I want to start small to get the cannon gives of things, but Then it is as easy as I’m making it look like?

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6 Responses to “i want to start trading stock online, but don’t know where to start?”
  1. Unsub29 says:

    You need to get an online account and deposit some money in there.

    You should account for fees and taxes.

    $1 worth of stock then you are talking about what are known as penny stocks.

    You are not being realistic. It doesn’t sound like you have enough knowledge to make money.

    You should brush up. It’s important. Do you know how to read a company’s annual report?

  2. Judy says:

    Note: You can also easily lose half your money in a blink of an eye.

    Get a book on Investing from your library or bookstore.
    Once chapter will have a list of brokers and their fees.
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  3. Wayne Z says:

    No.

    1) Don’t forget about the fees. Most online brokers charge $8-$10 per trade.

    2) The chances of a $1 stock going to $100 are slim and none….and slim left the building.

    3) Likewise, the chances of a $100 going to $200 or $300 in a month are also slim and none.

    The stock market just doesn’t move like that with any regularity.

  4. A nobody says:

    First, you need more than $100 to open account, (most firms require $500)
    and you need to be at least 18 years of age to open a brokerage account.

    Before you enter into any transaction, you should first know what you’re doing, why you are doing it and how to do it and the rules relating to what you are doing.
    Before you invest in any security, the first investment you should make is in yourself, and the best investment you can make is by educating yourself.

  5. Caveat Emptor says:

    That is NOT “reality” and it is NOT as easy as you make it seem. That is dreaming.

  6. Opal Ennis says:

    You need bank account and demat account to buy and sell stock online.

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