Stock markets are very fluctuating in nature and their impact on investors are very high as well.. So before investment one should be completely familiar with all schemes and nature of market.
I urge you all to reply with useful tips and tricks from a successful investment career.
I don't know anything about stocks but I understand that it's wise to follow this very simple rule:
Only invest in the stock market money that you won't need for several years, and only invest in a diversified portfolio. Then wait. No matter its rollercoaster behavior, the historic curve of the stock market is always ascendant. So you wait and see, and when you think you've gained enough you sell.
Now if you want to make your career to invest for others you should spend some years working with people who know, and keep your eyes open in order to learn.
by HarshitG5 years ago
Hey,As many would be aware of that stock market is one of better way to invest and reap benefits from . So what i want to know is do you guys really invest in Stock market or stick with Fixed deposits and bank interest...
by vineetanit9 years ago
stock market have been corrected more than expcetedworld wide now you can invest in blue chipes
by TimTurner6 years ago
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by young inv9 years ago
Hello everyone , im 18 and am learning to be a carpenter in my second year , I have recently become interested in investing money i have saved into something , i come up with theories at work about why such and such is...
by Misha8 years ago
I am calling the end of recent bear market rally, and the start of the most violent move down on the memory of any living human being, with Dow/Nasdaq/S&P never seeing current levels for quite a few years to come,...
by Arian Won8 years ago
I know the stock market is bad, but I'd like to start investing as I know there are a lot of great bargains out there. So if anyone can recommend any published books that they have read themselves, I would appreciate it.
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