There's no real right answer in picking stocks, even in good market times.The best advice is to do indepth research on the markets or business that you're knowledable about. If your looking for great way to grow money long term index funds are a good bet. For short term gains you can purchase dividend stock beofore the payout & sell after the release. Hope the info was helpful.
If you really do not have a lot of money to invest with try buying option contracts-calls or puts of companies you know about especially the ones you buy their products. You can also consider some ratios like short ratios if you are a short term investor and possibly more.
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Depends on how you define as "present scenario".
The stock market changes every day - for me, the best way to trade stocks is with a mechanical market timer. Something that has been backtested thoroughly.
From there, once you know to go long, simply look for the best stocks in any investment climate - those with high growth rates, meaningful eps increases and low floats.
If you look at this week's earnings report - you'll notice that stocks with a solid earnings report were rewarded handsomely.
This really depends in what country your in and your investment time period.
Generally speaking clean energy stocks would make a good long term investment, but I would do a lot of research and be very selective.
In India I hear telecommunications is a good sector to start.
At the moment I don;t like anything in US dollars although I like Google at the moment even at its current price.
In Australia solar energy and resource stocks and engineering company's supporting mining companies are well worth a look as well as our banks which are basically the exact opposite of the US banks, my top pick is ANZ.
In China I would look at car makers (electric), and shipping.
by HarshitG 6 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 ratesHarshit
by Zara Rasul 3 years ago
Is it possible to invest as little as $20 in the stock market?How does one invest a small amount regularly in the US stock market? What is the best way to do this?
by Zara Rasul 6 years ago
Do you invest in the stock market?Buying and selling stocks... is it a legitimate way of making money? Or is it akin to gambling?
by alexd181 9 years ago
I'm looking for some advice from anyone who has done investing or personal finance planning before. If you had a 5-figure sum of money and wanted to grow that amount into more what would be the best way to utilize it? Investments seem very risky, especially for someone who knows little about the...
by Stacie L 7 years ago
Many folk are worried about the stock markets now and won't invest. is this making matters worse? or is it the best time to invest?
by Arian Won 9 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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