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Penny Stocks - Risky Investment Or High Payoff, You be The Judge

Posted on August 27, 2023 by Chester Etheridge
Penny stocks are stocks that normally hold a face value of significantly less than $5.Many small companies offer these low-priced stocks to be traded on the Over-The-Counter-Bulletin-Board (OTCBB) and the Pink Sheets.That is due to the fact neither the OTCBB nor the Pink Sheets require exactly the same minimum requirements because the NASDAQ or the brand new York STOCK MARKET (NYSE), set by the Securities and Exchange Commission...

Basic Stock Trading Guide

Posted on July 15, 2023 by Chester Etheridge
Stock trading may be the popular term to make reference to the practice of selling or buying equities or stocks or shares in corporate companies in stock exchanges or bourse operating venues.Through the practice, investors can place money or investment in a number of or particular company.A gain or perhaps a loss in trading is accumulated on the difference between your sales price and the price.Stock trading is normally conducted during daytime...

Choosing a Stock Broker

Posted on July 7, 2022 by Chester Etheridge
In the event you were to discover that you had some severe illness that required surgery, would you try to do that surgery on your own? Imagine if your car broke down and needed a valve job? Can you get out the Craftsman tool set you got for Christmas three years back and begin tinkering under the hood despite the fact that you understand absolutely nothing about engines? Of course you would not do either of those things as there are times in life when we know we have to seek the aid of a professional...

Successful Trading - Establish Your Risk Level

Posted on September 10, 2021 by Chester Etheridge
Before you embark upon a journey of trading stocks or futures contract, and prior to making any transactions, you MUST determine and establish your risk level.Dealers that fail to do this are often doomed from the beginning.The simple fact is that almost all trading accounts which go bust are due to the failure to ascertain at what stage the dealer will cut their losses and move on to another trade...