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Buying shares or stocks involves risks and you can lose your money. However, investing in stock is a good investment and one can make a substantial gain in the money invested. The richest men and women on earth have invested in the stock market in... read more
I recommend buying shares in companies of products that you actually use. Support the companies that you have products of inside your house already. I have Coca-Cola stock, so I buy Minute Maid OJ, because it is made by Coke. But do your research, because things like Coca-Cola, are actually two companies. there is Coke, and Coca-Cola Bottling. You can contact the companies directly since some can refer you to a broker where you can purchase shares directly or you can visit sites like E trade or Schwab and you can sign up for an investment account and buy and sell shares through there sites and you can preform allot of research via their sites also.
First you determine the liquidity of the counter, company's worth, volume of the counter and price oscillations of the stock for per day. it is a technical way to buy the shares in secondary market.
by ngureco7 years ago
Why Do People Buy Shares?
by LaThing5 years ago
Did anyone here buy shares for Facebooks?If you didn't, would you invest in it?
by ngureco8 years ago
Why Buy Shares?
by irenev178 years ago
mean buying stock in a band or writer, photographer, even a filmmaker. Not in the traditional 'fund-raiser' sense, but actual shares of digital media.
by flashmakeit5 years ago
Do you own Facebook stocks or would you buy Facebook shares?
by Sonali Singh4 months ago
Which is better. Investing in Shares or investing in Mutual Funds?I want to invest some amount of money either in shares or in mutual funds. Which option would be better?
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