Make Money From The Stock Market
This could be the most traditional form of investment before the internet. Is it gone today? No! On the contrary, it's alive, remodeled, has more opportunities to make money … from the stock market losses ….
Is it worth putting money on the stock market?
Classical questions, I will give classical answers. It depends on how much money you want to keep there.
If you want to, can, leave the money aside for 5 years or more (ie you put some of your SAVINGS into the stock market) and then surely. While past performance is not a guarantee of future performance, the stock market's long-term performance is superior to other forms of investment.
So what if I want to make a short-term profit?
Again, I will give this classical question a classical answer. Be careful. You can also save money in the stock market. Yes, it is true.
Many people have lost money on the stock market. Some have gone bankrupt and some have committed suicide.
But a lot of people make big money in the city and on Wall Street to do this, do not they?
True. But you can not and should not fight to compete with them. First, you do not have as much resources, databases, training, and time to research stocks as they do. Second, and more importantly, you do not have huge financial support, the bank / fund must use or hedge your position. Eventually, even they lost their money. They are just not obvious reasons to advertise it. Click here to read the article on this matter.
Therefore, you should only use the stock market you can afford to lose money to play!
If you want to play the stock market, please consider the following suggestions once again is not exhaustive:
1. If you want higher yield potential, consider buying a contractual difference CFDs). These are the complex derivatives that are now available to the public. You only lend a small portion of the money you want to invest in the stock market to the rest. Obviously, you pay interest on the money you borrow. This means that your investment is then adapted. You stand a greater income, but also more painful loss! In August 2006, I invested $ 3,500 in a blue-chip company's CFD. I'm still licking my wounds!
2. Remember, you do not have to trade only in stocks / stocks anymore. You can buy and sell gold-plated bonds, derivatives and commodities such as oil, gold and silver. If you feel you have a better understanding of a particular market, go ahead!
3. Research the market. For example, every day, I read that it was money. Every weekend, I read the Guardian's money and business lessons. I tried to pick stocks with relatively high yields. This is interesting for two reasons.