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This tag is to be used for any questions related to Stocks. Ideally they should be accompanied by a country tag if relevant. It is discouraged to ask question about a specific stock. However an example can be used to illustrate a point.

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different from analyzing stocks, but when getting started it can be very helpful to learn in the appropriate domain and hearing about all the particular quirks of that domain. As far as monetizing …
answered Jan 11 by Money Ann
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Sounds like your real question is "people are telling me to get into stocks, but I don't want to, should I do it?" - obviously the answer is no. You should not risk your money on something you have …
answered Sep 13 '18 by Money Ann
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When you find a way to predict the stock market, you will probably want to use that to make a ton of money. Even if you don't try to act on it, announcing the discovery will entice someone else. Even …
answered Sep 18 by Money Ann
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I. Would anyone recommend some resources for getting into stock trading as an 18 year old. I make ~30k/yr if that helps. There are many books, including college textbooks written on this topic. Y …
answered Sep 7 '18 by Money Ann
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people will not invest in most stocks and there will be a capital shortage. This obviously grinds the economy to a halt - something most governments abhor, as a result they block insider trading to keep everything running smoothly. …
answered Sep 18 by Money Ann
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Since the book was written in 1997, the relevant period would be roughly 1947-1996. Yahoo Finance data starts from 1950, so I will look at "last 47 years" instead. Presumably, the finding by Mandelbro …
answered Sep 18 by Money Ann
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Your broker will let you sort and filter stocks by exchange. …
answered Sep 7 '18 by Money Ann
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You can invest in Canadian companies directly; however, not all brokers may offer this feature to all clients. If the company chose to list its share in US exchange, you can invest in those shares. I …
answered Sep 18 by Money Ann
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This is sometimes called a bracket order and can be done for stocks. It is offered by some brokers, but not all. It does take slightly more sophisticated infrastructure for the broker to support, so …
answered Feb 1 by Money Ann
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. Because again, the possibilities are no longer there. You can close out and make a profit from the market's expectations being wrong. You cannot do that with stocks. Generally, if you look at the … meanwhile without exiting the stock. Liquidity of options may also be different from the liquidity of stocks. However generally I think stock markets are more liquid than option markets. Or would a …
answered Sep 20 by Money Ann