• What are some good stocks to Invest in right now?

    I just opened a Robinhood account I was wondering what should I invest in Netflix, Tesla? I'm sorry I'm new how does it work can I only invest in it once?
    I just opened a Robinhood account I was wondering what should I invest in Netflix, Tesla? I'm sorry I'm new how does it work can I only invest in it once?
    15 answers · 1 week ago
  • What happens to mutual fund stocks that are managed by a mutual fund advisor if I want to move to a different state?

    Do all the stocks need to be sold?
    Do all the stocks need to be sold?
    12 answers · 1 week ago
  • A question about the stock market?

    Best answer: when you enter an order, you have two basic choices - you can enter the order to buy/sell at a certain price OR you can enter the order to buy/sell at a certain price AND noted GTC, An order entered to buy/sell GTC will remain in the books of the firm until you cancel it, an order to buy/sell without the note... show more
    Best answer: when you enter an order, you have two basic choices - you can enter the order to buy/sell at a certain price OR you can enter the order to buy/sell at a certain price AND noted GTC,

    An order entered to buy/sell GTC will remain in the books of the firm until you cancel it, an order to buy/sell without the note GTC will be considered an order for the day only and at the close of the market that day, the order will be canceled.

    Your money will be shown in your account until the settlement day of the trade at which time your trade will be posted (if the order was executed). - All trades are posted as of the settlement day.

    You should first check to see if your order was executed, - your brokerage firm can tell (we can't since we can't see your account), If the order was executed re-enter it again next time set the time limit to GTC.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • My 4 golden necklaces equals 71 gold karat how much money is that?

    Best answer: Gold market is based on troy ounces, which is 155.517384 karats per ounce
    5 karats = 1 gram
    71 Carats = 0.50089025969 Ounce, now find the current gold market price for gold.
    That is about $625 US as of 6/19
    Best answer: Gold market is based on troy ounces, which is 155.517384 karats per ounce
    5 karats = 1 gram
    71 Carats = 0.50089025969 Ounce, now find the current gold market price for gold.
    That is about $625 US as of 6/19
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Do you believe President Trump? Will the Dow Jones Industrial Average decline by fifty percent on June 12, 2017????

    Best answer: > Do you believe President Trump?
    Yes.

    > Will the Dow Jones Industrial Average decline by fifty percent on June 12, 2017?
    No, but it will probably have a big decline from now until mid August.
    Best answer: > Do you believe President Trump?
    Yes.

    > Will the Dow Jones Industrial Average decline by fifty percent on June 12, 2017?
    No, but it will probably have a big decline from now until mid August.
    18 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What do you think of my asset allocation?

    $56,000 dividend paying stocks. $32,000 bank Cd's $2,515 in IRA 37 years old, debt free
    $56,000 dividend paying stocks. $32,000 bank Cd's $2,515 in IRA 37 years old, debt free
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Which cryptocurrency to buy?

    I am trying to decide which cryptocurrency to buy. So far my options are Ripple, Bytecoin and PinkCoin. I am looking to buy and forget about it for hopefully a few years. Which of these should I buy and any other cryptocurrencies you suggest?
    I am trying to decide which cryptocurrency to buy. So far my options are Ripple, Bytecoin and PinkCoin. I am looking to buy and forget about it for hopefully a few years. Which of these should I buy and any other cryptocurrencies you suggest?
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can someone explain to me in very simple terms how exactly the stock market works? Also how can I benefit from it?

    Best answer: Well, you buy things, right? Like, you buy toothpaste and soda, I imagine. Now, imagine that instead of just buying it, you owned the company. Not the whole company, but a little piece of it. So, when they make money off people buying their products, you would make a little money, too. The stock market is like a... show more
    Best answer: Well, you buy things, right? Like, you buy toothpaste and soda, I imagine. Now, imagine that instead of just buying it, you owned the company. Not the whole company, but a little piece of it. So, when they make money off people buying their products, you would make a little money, too. The stock market is like a giant store, but instead of buying things, you buy pieces of companies.

    So, let's say that you had $110 and you like Nike sneakers. Now, you could buy a pair of Nikes for $110. Or you could buy two shares of Nike. Once you own those two shares, they are selling a lot of sneakers, so they'll share the profits with you, since you're a part owner. They'll give you about $1.44 for those two shares this year, and they'll do that every year.

    A year from now, if you just bought the sneakers, you'd have a pair of old sneakers. But if you buy the stock, they'll have given you money, and hopefully the stock will have gone up, too. You can decide then if you still want the dividend (the share of the profits), or if you want to sell the stock and have the money.

    You have lots of favorite brands you buy all the time: your favorite toothpaste and soda, the car you wish you could buy, the fast food you like. Those are all companies that you can buy stock in and get part of the profits.

    There are lots of books and websites on this subject.

    I think I'm going to buy some Nike stock now.

    Thanks for asking!
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Retirement: Taxes cost as much as employer contribution?

    I did the math and after all the taxes and such, if I had no employer contributions, I would cash out almost exactly what I put in myself. Is this proof that retirement is BS?
    I did the math and after all the taxes and such, if I had no employer contributions, I would cash out almost exactly what I put in myself. Is this proof that retirement is BS?
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How Long Does it Take to Make Decent Money From The Stock Market?

    I will be in university for the next 5 years in order to obtain my Master's Degree in Economics. Out of my busy schedule I can allocate 2-3 hours each week towards studying/learning about stocks and practicing with an account (with fake money). Obviously I know I'm not going to be a millionaire or anything... show more
    I will be in university for the next 5 years in order to obtain my Master's Degree in Economics. Out of my busy schedule I can allocate 2-3 hours each week towards studying/learning about stocks and practicing with an account (with fake money). Obviously I know I'm not going to be a millionaire or anything anytime soon, but if I study and practice 2-3 hours per week for 5 years will I be able to make a decent amount of money from stock trading? I keep hearing about young people who make a lot of money from stocks (plus I figure what I learn from my degree in economics will definitely give me an advantage to understanding the stock market). I would very much appreciate your BRUTALLY HONEST answers/opinions on this. Please let me know if my expectations are too high/unrealistic or if 2-3 hours per week is nowhere near enough time to efficiently study and profit off of stock trading. Thanks.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago