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  1. #11
    So if I am a beginner with little capital, should I just follow the "buy and keep forever" mantra the older folk seem to have? I'm intending to read up on finding value in companies.

  2. #12
    If you want to achieve your goal, you should know how investment works. Moreover, you must know how to calculate or do the math. Some people hate Mathematics, but we all know that we use it everyday. To be able to make good financial decisions we have to study the difference between simple and compound interest, and how to compute each. While, learning how to calculate dividends is also crucial for those who are seeking to invest. Read more here: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

  3. #13
    There are countless ways to make money in the market, yet most people can't make money - a cure fact!
    I think any investor or trader need to make an effort to honestly learn about themselves first (like what kind of risk level comfortable, return expectation, holding period, time for doing research...), then study about suitable investing or trading methodologies (or system, or setup, or whatever one call it), do demo trades, then trade with little real money, till consistently profitable.....analyse losing trades....a life long journey!

    This book by William Bernstein is a good reading for absolute beginner to investing, I highly recommend
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    If the inclination is towards trading, then Trading for a living by Alexander Elder is a must read
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    follow blindly what others say or whatever methods that worked for others just doesn't work!

  4. #14
    step1 read william o neils how to make money in stocks-e book
    step2 RFPS RISK FIRST PROFITS SECOND Learn & master risk management
    step3 risk management is two parts position sizing and maximum risk-defining & implementation.
    when you dont follow step3 there is No profit in trading- A Hell begins with losses

    the choice you have is control loss
    at 1%
    or
    at 2% on intraday charts
    at 5%
    at 7% on daily charts
    or
    wait till loss reaches and crosses 10%,20%,30?%,50%,90%
    most traders do wakeup when loss reaches 50% or more.
    Last edited by rvlvvel; 26-12-2016 at 02:33 PM.

  5. #15
    Investing in dividend stocks is also a good option, I would suggest going through these do's and dont's before investing:
    Don’t Chase the Highest Dividend
    Do Understand the Company You’re Investing In
    Do Study a Company’s Cash Flow Statement
    Do Look for Companies with a History of Increasing Their Dividends

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by preet72787 View Post
    There square measure several tips and tricks which will be useful in creating profit within the exchange. the primary and foremost tip is to shop for stocks at an occasional worth and commerce at a better worth. You must even have the proper plan regarding the exchange and you must be veruy cognizant that once and wherever to speculate within the stocks. And for keeping yourself updated you must scan magazines or additionally watch news in order that you'll get to grasp regarding the current market situation or seek advice from some sites like sirfpaisa wherever you'll realize heap several updated analysis reports which is able to increase your exposure. Your call ought to be final and not the least bit influenced whether or not you would like to shop for or sell your stocks. It's your cash and you've got to make your mind up however you're attending to invest your money. You must never be in a very haste to speculate within the market. Have some patience as patience counts. If you're positive that you simply would get smart advantages by investment within the company, then you'll opt for it.

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    Well said and very practical!

  7. #17
    Adding to the tips already given, the best thing for any investor to needs to do is to keep realistic expectations. Look at what the stock market actually does, not just in one year, but over a lot of years, and use those numbers for your expectations.

  8. #18
    Apart from the above tips, choosing the right stocks is a big task. The [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] that one must look into are:
    Verizon Communications Inc.
    International Business Machines Corp.
    The Coca-Cola Company
    Suncor Energy Inc.

  9. #19
    It is risky to put all your eggs in just one basket. What do I mean? When it comes to Investing in stocks, apply risk management rules by not being greedy and investing all you have. It can cause serious damage when your prediction goes wrong.

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