Essentially, stock is a representation of ownership in a business. Granted it generally
takes a ton of stock, quite literally, in order to have any significant ownership in any
given business but ownership is what it represents. It means that you have a valid
interest in the company and a legitimate claim to a portion of the company’s holdings or profits. Owning a share of stock makes you a part owner of the business in which you own the stock. Ever wanted to own a Harley? How about owning a share of their stock? It’s probably cheaper and with gasoline prices hitting the roof lately might make you enough extra money to buy your own Harley to ride as well as a taste of ownership in the company.
Table of Contents:
Lesson 1: What Is Stock?
Lesson 2: The Basics on Stock Trading
Trading On the Exchange Floor
Lesson 3: Stock Option Trading – Starting Out On the Basics
Lesson 4: Tips for Online Stock Trading
Lesson 5: Stocks Trading and Following Rules
Lesson 6: Stock Trading – When Should You Sell Stocks?
Lesson 7: Technical Analysis—a Guide to Successful Trading
Lesson 8: Know Your Mutual Funds
Lesson 9: What Is a Hedge Fund
Lesson 10: How to Pick a Stock Broker
Lesson 11: Stock Trading Software: How Does It Help You?
Lesson 12: Stock Options – Comparing the Two Types
Lesson 13: Stocks Trading – Day Picks
Lesson 14: Stock Trading Computers – Are They Always Helpful?
Lesson 15: What You Need To Know About Day Trading
Lesson 16: Stocks Trading – How to Earn More Money
Lesson 17: Stocks Verses Mutual Funds
Lesson 18: The Skinny on Online Investing
Lesson 19: The Definition Of Investment: Piggy Banks, Coffee Cans, Stocks And Bonds
Lesson 20: The Difference between Trading Stocks and Stock Options
Lesson 21: There’s Money to Be Had In Forex Trading, but it’s Risky for a First-time
Lesson 22: The Problem with Penny Stock Trading
Lesson 23: What Are Penny Stocks?
Lesson 24: The World Wide Forex Market
Lesson 25: The Importance of Diversification