You do not have to place a large amount of money into highly volatile stocks to make money. You can, but if anything that is the surefire way to lose your hard earned money. Your investments do not need to return 20% or more to make you wealthy. By investing small sums, and making average … Continue reading How Compounding Interest Helps Me
There are various ways to value a stock, such as checking its earnings, its dividend or its price to earnings ratio. By using these measurements you may estimate how a stock should be priced. If you find a stock whose measurements indicate its price should be higher, you may have found a ‘cheap’ stock, then … Continue reading What is Value Investing?
Growth investing is focusing on a company that has demonstrated a track record of high or emerging growth. If a company has a stock price that has gone up year-on-year over 3 years then that stock would be a target for growth investors. Even on a shorter timeline, if a stock has gone up in … Continue reading What is Growth Investing?
In stock trading and investing there are bulls and bears. It sounds dangerous but it isn’t. You often hear of the market being bullish or bearish. So what is the definition of a bull market and what is a bear market? A Bull Market This is when the market is showing confidence. Indicators of confidence … Continue reading What is a Bull and a Bear Market?
Are you a beginning investor? Then you need to start with the basics. Here are some basic principles that you should understand before investing your money. Also, see our our investing lessons section for some helpful teaching and learning worksheets and lessons on investing. Begin Investing Now Do not procrastinate. Begin now because an early start … Continue reading Investing Principles for Beginners