Your Questions About Stocks And Bonds Basics

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Ken asks…

How to invest for beginners?

could someone tell me about the basics of invest like for someone who is totally clueless, and what you need to get started etc. Especially stuff like stocks, bonds, IPO’s, etc. Just like a basic run through of everything

financi4 answers:

If you are new to the stock market, some research is necessary to be done on your part.

Try the below url:
http://www.sogotrade.com/help/faq.aspx…

For New visitors, it has extensive information available like:
How do I get started?
How do I fund my account to buy stock?

And Investing section gives information like:
How does the stock market work?
What are the risks and advantages of investing in the stock market?
How do I choose what to buy?
What are some tips for beginning investors?

The following tutorials might be helpful to you:
Definitions: http://www.sogotrade.com/Help/Glossary.aspx
http://ezinearticles.com/?Stock-Investing-for-a-Beginner&id=828865
http://ezinearticles.com/?Things-to-Know-Before-Investing-In-Stock-Market&id=866386
http://ezinearticles.com/?How-To-Buy-Stocks-Online&id=734725

Daniel asks…

Where can I go to learn the very basics of stocks?

I’ve been pretty interested in stocks for awhile now but I have never really gotten into learning more about trading and buying/selling stocks. I have some really basic knowledge about ET Fs, bonds, mutual funds and things like that but I feel like I barely know anything about actually using a site like etrade to begin. It may seem silly but I borrowed Investing For Dummies from my friend.

Anyway, if you guys could give me some sites or maybe even books to really help me get started, that’d be amazing. Also, I’d like you to know I’m 17 years old so I don’t think I’d actually be able to invest some real money into stocks as of now, I’d just like to know a little bit more about the whole idea.

Thanks in advance

financi4 answers:

It’s nice to start out young and you should get a lot of information to give you a bird’s eye view as early as now. You may want to look into penny stocks which range from $1-$5 give or take. It’s not really lucrative in real time but at least you get a hands on feel of trading. You can also look out for trading software’s that will also help you analyze stock data, predict the market etc.

Its always best to consult a professional broker or financial adviser to get an experienced advice and knowledge on the matter. What ever investment option you take would involve risk so get as much possible information for you to come up with an informed decision.

Good luck in your investment endeavor.

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