I was wondering, is there any Hubbers who is writing on Stocks or Stock Exchange?
Is it a good idea to write hub on Stock Exchange?
Will it be successful?
I have just seen one on this topic
Look for them and see how they do. Perhaps by just googling this topic, some will come up.
Whar ever you do, a good writing style is necessary, so read articles by billybuc and some other good writers and see what they do.
Its not a good idea to write a hub on the stock exchange unless you have personal experience in the area. Experts have their own websites. I don't believe people would come to read a hub on the topic unless it told of great personal gain and how to do it. But, then why publish that on HubPages?
I was confused. I wanted to write something in a niche market but not getting any alluring topics so thought to write on Stocks.
You view is valid. If it won't be my personal experience then nobody going to read it.
Thank you so much for your feedback
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