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PureLander

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Speculation!
Isn't it Risky and Fascinating at the same time?
Once you start your journey with it, you become ready to invest more every time you win, then comes a time when you start losing more than what you start to make. So, to cover up the loses, you tend to begin with double the exposure and due to which we stat losing out more.

What about investing in stocks? Does it worth delving into?
Does it require a master stroke of luck, or long time vision and skills, or maybe both??

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What is investing in stocks ?

In simple terms, Investing in stocks means buying tiny shares of ownership in a public company. Those small shares are known as the company's stock, and by investing in it, you're hoping the company grows and performs well over time.


How to start investing in stocks ?

  • Get your Demat and trading account
  • Transfer amount you want to invest
  • Check what kind of risk profile you have
  • Check the advices of experts

Advices :


> Once you buy a good stock, don't check its price on daily basic, keep a tab with your advisor on the progress
> Don't sell before one year. Profits in shares, in case held for more than one year are tax free
> start equity investing!, Investing in Mutual funds will be a basic learning course, you should start putting small amounts in equity in a gradual way
> Don't carry away with short term bucks in stock market. There is no easy profit in stock market.


- Samira
 
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Graybeard

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Deal with a reputable custodial broker --avoid unknowns.
If you have friends or family members investing/trading --ask them about the brokerages they have used successfully.

Don't assume tax laws are the same in every jurisdiction (country) they are not.
In the US there is a $40K /yr capital gains tax exemption --any gains over that amount are taxable.
'hodl' is not the only, nor the best policy, your time frame will vary.

That exchanges and what fees are involved in a trade? That can matter a lot.
 

Graybeard

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Options spreads? Or, Binaries?
Either way use a broker licensed and regulated to do business in your country.
Spreads are hedging positions --Like 100+ 100- the spread just produces fees unless you have a portfolio to hedge against losses.
Binaries are derivatives (if they are legit).
Some guy? Well do your own DD (due diligence).
YT is not a good place to get investment advice. YT is loaded with P&D (pump and dump) shills.
Some guy was saying it's a safer way to invest
Might open a book next month
check this site out
These *guys* may be above your level --but they are a solid company
:) I am up 20% on JHG shares in since May
 

PureLander

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Deal with a reputable custodial broker --avoid unknowns.
If you have friends or family members investing/trading --ask them about the brokerages they have used successfully.

Don't assume tax laws are the same in every jurisdiction (country) they are not.
In the US there is a $40K /yr capital gains tax exemption --any gains over that amount are taxable.
'hodl' is not the only, nor the best policy, your time frame will vary.

That exchanges and what fees are involved in a trade? That can matter a lot.
You mentioned valuable tips

- Samira
 
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